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NISHIMOTO WORLD GIFT TO JAPAN/フルーツインフォメーション
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TROPICAL FRUITS
Matsutake
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orange

  • Navel orange

    They are characterized by their rich sweetness and brilliant aroma. The name is taken after the caved-in/out part underneath the fruit that resembles a navel.

  • Valencia orange

    They are characterized by their thin skin and fewer seeds. They have a strong aroma and a good balance of sweetness and sourness which is ideal for squeezing juices.

  • Cara cara orange

    They resemble Navel orange by their outside appearance. Because of their pink flesh, they are also called “pink navel”. Cara cara oranges are sweeter and juicier than regular Navel oranges. They are characterized by their easy-to-peel skin.

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cherry

  • How to store

    Store at moderate temperature in the refrigerator immediately after delivery as it is very vulnerable to temperature change with its thin outer skin. Consume in about two days.

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melon

  • How to ripen

    Store away from direct sunlight at room temperature (20 to 25 ℃) for 1 to 2 weeks. Store them in a plastic bag with other fruits that produce ethylene gas such as apples and bananas to speed up the ripening process. (Cut the fruits after 1 to 2 weeks even if there are no visible changes in appearance.)

  • Time to eat

    ● When they give off a distinct melon aroma.

    ● When The skin has turned creamy green, and the center part where its flower drops feels soft to the touch.

    ● When you can feel the seeds moving as you lift and shake the melon.

  • How to store

    Store in the refrigerator after ripening and consume in about two to three days.

  • Note

    Honeydew melon sometimes may not ripen properly due to its nature. If your melons do not ripen within one to two weeks at room temperature, please contact our customer service. California Honeydew Melon is available from August through October.

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  • How to store

    To maintain quality comparatively longer, place fruit in a plastic bag and store in the refrigerator.



  • Note

    The white powdery substance on the surface of the skin (the "bloom") is a natural substance produced by the fruit itself and serves to preserve its freshness. Avoid washing it off until you eating the fruit.

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strawberry

blueberry

  • How to store

    Store at moderate temperature in the refrigerator immediately after delivery as it is very vulnerable to temperature change. Consume in about two days.

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blueberry

  • Note

    The white powdery substance on the surface of the skin (the "bloom") is a natural substance produced by the fruit itself and serves to preserve its freshness. Avoid washing it off until you eating the fruit.

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orange

  • Note


    【Navel oranges】

    Consume as soon as possible as the juice produced by navel oranges deteriorates easily and does not last very long. Usually California Navel Orange is available from December through April and Australia Navel Orange is available from August through November.

    【Valencia oranges】

    Some Valencia oranges may still have green skin upon delivery. This is a phenomenon unique to Valencia oranges called "re-greening", and occurs when the fruit is left to mature for longer periods on the tree, causing its skin to restore its green pigmentation in response to sunlight. Although this green pigmentation may give the initial impression that the fruit is unripe, mostly are actually quite ripe given that they have spent a longer period of maturation unpicked. These are best for juice.

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grapefruit

  • Note

    Grapefruits grown in Florida known for its strong winds which may bruise the skin of the fruit.It is available from December through June.

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oroblanco

  • Note

    The fruit has a thicker rind and generate low acid with reasonably high Brix/acid ratios. The sweetness of Oroblanco attracts many buyers in Japan. It is available from December through February.

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sweetie

  • Note

    The fruit has a thicker rind and generate low acid with reasonably high Brix/acid ratios. It is available in December.

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mero_gold

  • Note

    The fruit has a thicker rind. It is available from January through February.

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applemango_kent

applemango_irwin

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crownmango

  • How to ripen

    Store away from direct sunlight and wind at room temperature. (20 to 25 ℃) Suggested to store them in a plastic bag with other fruits that produce Ethylene gas such as apples and bananas to speed up the ripening process.

  • Time to eat

    Regardless of the skin color, when it feels slightly resilient to the touch and gives off a delicate aroma.

  • How to store

    Store in the refrigerator and consume in about two to three days.

  • Note

    Mangos are a member of the Anacardiaceous family and may trigger an allergic reaction.

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papaya

  • How to ripen

    Gently wrap the fruit in paper and store in room temperature (20 to 25℃) away from direct sunlight and open air. Storing them in a plastic bag along with other fruits that produce ethylene gas such as apples and bananas will accelerate the ripening process.

  • Time to eat

    When it feels slightly resilient to the touch and gives off a delicate aroma.

  • How to store

    After ripen, store in the refrigerator and consume in about two to three days.

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pineapple

  • How to store

    Store in the refrigerator and consume in about two to three days. As the bottom part of the fruit tends to have more sugar than the rest, removing the leaves and storing it upside-down is reportedly effective in redistributing the sugar content equally.

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kiwifruit

  • Time to eat

    When it feels slightly resilient to the touch.

  • How to store

    Store in the refrigerator and consume in about two to three days.

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avocado

  • How to ripen

    Store away from direct sunlight and wind at room temperature. (20 to 25 ℃) Suggested to store them in a plastic bag with other fruits that produce Ethylene gas such as apples and bananas to speed up the ripening process.

  • Time to eat

    Regardless of the skin color, when it feels slightly resilient to the touch and gives off a delicate aroma.

  • How to store

    Store in the refrigerator after ripening and consume in about two to three days.

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dragonfruit

  • How to store

    Store in the refrigerator and consume in about two to three days.

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mushroom

  • Time to eat

    Consume as soon as possible, before it loses its aroma and flavor as its freshness is the utmost importance.

  • How to store

    Wrap in paper and secure with plastic wrap or in a plastic bag prior to storing in a refrigerator.

 
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