Fresh Pineapple

About the Produce

The World of Pineapple

Unwrap the Nutrient-Rich Splendor of Pineapple
Pineapple, celebrated for its sweet and tangy taste, is a tropical fruit that has won the hearts of gourmets worldwide. Recognizable for its spiky crown and rough exterior, the inside offers juicy, golden flesh packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and other health-enhancing compounds.

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Nutritional Value

Understanding the Nutrition of Pineapple

A one-cup serving of fresh pineapple chunks contains around 82 calories. Pineapples are famously known as a rich source of Vitamin C, offering 131% of the daily intake in a single serving. They also contain a considerable amount of manganese, along with dietary fiber and Vitamin A.
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Health Benefits

Tapping into the Health Benefits of Pineapple

Pineapple doesn’t just offer a refreshing taste. It’s packed with health benefits too. Its Vitamin C content aids the immune system, promotes healthy skin, and enhances iron absorption. The fiber content supports digestion and weight management, while its natural enzymes can aid digestion and reduce inflammation.

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When to Relish Fresh Pineapples

Although pineapples are available throughout the year, the peak season runs from March through July, ensuring the freshest and most flavorful fruit during these months.
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Varieties We Carry*

*Subject to availability
FAQs for
A ripe pineapple has a fragrant sweet smell at its base, vibrant green leaves, and a slightly golden color.
Some people may be allergic to pineapples and can experience symptoms like itching or swelling. If you suspect an allergy, it’s advisable to consult with a health professional.
Cut pineapple should be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator and consumed within 3 to 4 days for the best flavor.
While the core is harder and less sweet than the rest of the fruit, it can be eaten. Some even prefer to use the core in cooking or juicing due to its high bromelain content.
Yes, but moderation is key due to pineapple’s sugar content. Portion control and monitoring blood sugar levels can help people with diabetes enjoy pineapple as part of a balanced diet.

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