Melons

Melons

The most popular variety in the Spanish market is the well-known Piel de Sapo Melon. Varieties we make available during the year: starting with Murcia melons in June, followed by La Mancha melons from August to October, and importing melons from Brazil and Senegal for the months of November until May.

 

Our customers can find the best Piel de Sapo melon from each of our origin sources, in our Bongust, Cuqui and Campera brands.

 

Other less well-known melon from our country are Gaul, Cantaloupe and Amarillo. We also sell these varieties in smaller quantities.

Features:

The melon is a fruit belonging to the cucurbitaceae family. Its skin is hard and rough, with an interior pulp that is sweet and juicy with seeds in the center. The melon stands out for being very refreshing, low in calories, and having a high potassium content.

More common varieties:

Piel de Sapo, Gaul, Amarillo, Cantaloupe.

Optimal maintenance temperature:

Piel de Sapo (7-10ºC) Cantaloupe (2-3ºC) Gaul (2-4ºC) Amarillo (6-8ºC).

Origin:

Spain, Brazil, France, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa.

Seasonal calendar:

jan

I

feb

I

mar

I

apr

I

may

N

jun

N

jul

N

aug

N

sep

N

oct

I

nov

I

dec

I

National: N | Import: I | National/Import: N/I

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