A deep golden skin splits open to reveal a succulent ivory flesh--almost like the texture of a ripe pear. With hints of banana and pineapple, this soft melon is incredibly aromatic and perfect for eating raw as is. You can also use it in salads or in cold soups, like a melon gazpacho or in sweet applications like sorbets or ice pops, though you may need to add a bit of sugar.


Sunny Harvest

Lancaster, PA

Sunny Harvest, LLC is a locally owned and operated growing co-op located in Lancaster County PA. With over two dozen small Amish family farm members throughout the plain communities in Chester and Lancaster counties, produce is grown using traditional and conventional agricultural cultivation practices. Family Farm Fresh produce includes: diversified vegetables, small fruits, greens, and herbs.

Keep uncut melon at room temperature until fully ripe then refrigerate up to five days. Refrigerate cut melon in a covered container for up to three days.