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The shape of the Sharon fruit can be compared to that of an ordinary tomato, but slightly more square. The fruit can be firm or hard. The orange skin can be eaten. The inside has no seed, the flesh is sweet and crunchy. The fruit can be eaten completely. Nature's Pride Sharon fruit is a Triumph variety. This variety can be eaten hard or soft. Is the Sharon fruit hard? Then it is just as crispy as an apple. As the fruit ripens it gets softer and sweeter.
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Sharon fruit originates from Israel. It thanks its name to the valley where the fruit was developed. Sharon fruit is actually a more advanced and improved form of kaki, which, as mentioned before, contains less tannin. By following the seasons of various countries, Nature's Pride is able to import Sharon fruit almost year-round.
The ideal teperature of Sharonfruit

Storage advice

Sharon fruit is kept refrigerated in storage and during transport. The ideal temperature during transport is 2 degrees Celsius. At home the Sharon fruit needs to be kept out of the fridge.
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Origin Nature's Pride Sharonfruit

Sharonfruit - BrazilBrazil Sharonfruit - IsraelIsrael Sharonfruit - South AfricaSouth Africa Sharonfruit - SpainSpain

Growing and harvesting

In October and November the small white persimmon flowers with broad green leaves are pollinated. The Sharon fruit then start to develop. The fruits are ready for harvesting when they start to colour orange. Not all Sharon fruit are ready for picking at the same time; therefore the trees are harvested three times. The most orange fruits are harvested first. When the trees stop bearing fruit, the leaves will colour orange/red and drop off in order to develop new leaves, flowers and fruits.

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Preparation tips & recipes

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