Avocado is a cultivar of avocado (Persea americana) with dark green-colored, bumpy skin. When it is ripe the skin becomes dark purplish-black and yields to gentle pressure. When it is ready to serve it becomes white-green in the middle part of the inner fruit. Abundantly grown in New Zealand, Tanzania, Australia, & Peru. Avocados come with an irresistible buttery flavour. It has a unique-texture, creamy and light green flesh with a special aroma. Avocado is also known as an alligator pear or butter fruit.

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October to May





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It's best to refrigerate an avocado that is ripe or close to it. If you refrigerate an unripe avocado, it will ripen eventually, but the texture and taste may be compromised. If your avocado is ripe, place the whole, uncut avocado in an airtight container or in the produce drawer in the refrigerator.


One of the best, and easy, ways to enjoy avocado is to eat it by itself. Ripe avocados cut in half and seasoned to taste serve as a tasty addition to any meal. For avocado purists – eating a half of a plain avocado sprinkled with lemon juice or your favorite seasoning is all you need.