| Purchase Options|
| Farm Stand|| Yes|
| Online Store|| Yes|
| Wholesale|| No|
also known as: Alligator pear
Typically July thru October. -- Now in Season
Florida Avocados have less oil than the Hass avocado grown in California or Mexico. They are excellent sliced fresh in salads. For guacamole the Tonnage variety is recommended.
How to Buy
Avocados are sold by the piece at the Farm Market. Small boxes are also available for shipping.
Storage and Ripening
Avocados will be soft to the touch when ripe. They should be stored at room temperature until they are ripe and ready to eat. Once ripe, they can be stored in the refrigerator for about one week.
- Dupuis- July
- Bernecker- August
- Tonnage - September
- Black Prince - October/November
- Choquette - October/November
Avocado is a good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin E and Copper, and a very good source of Vitamin C. Low in Cholesterol and Sodium. One cup of Florida avocado (230g) has 276 calories and 23g fat.