Organically Grown Soursop - iHeartFruitBox

Organically Grown Soursop

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Soursop, also also known as Annona muricata is native to tropical regions of the Americas and the Caribbean. Our soursop is organically grown and cultivated from the Caribbean Island of Grenada. This is one of the most popular "super-fruits."

Despite Soursop's popularity, it isn't very easy to find fresh, high quality, organically grown Soursop (Guanabana) in the U.S. especially if you live in colder regions. iHeartFruitBox has extensive relationships with Soursop Farmers in the Caribbean, ensuring a reliable, consistent, high quality source of this beautiful fruit.

The fragrance and flavor of a soursop is tropical and floral. Despite its name it tends to be more  sweet than sour. Its flavor is very hard to pinpoint, but many compare the flavor to a combination of pineapple, banana and papaya. The texture is fibrous, pulpy and juicy. 

Soursop, highly revered for its anti-carcinogenic properties. It is a powerful antioxidant as well. The vits in this fruit may stimulate the production of white blood cells, while the concentration of antioxidants may help neutralize free radicals. Soursop is available year round. 

    • Being that fruit comes in all different sizes and weight, we aim to pack our boxes to maximum capacity
    • When you place an order please be aware of delivery times to receive your box, as fruit will ripen quickly in the outdoor heat. 
    • WE PACK ORDERS FOR SHIPPING AT THE BEGINNING OF THE WEEK FOLLOWING YOUR PURCHASE DATE. ORDERS DO NOT SHIP UPON PURCHASE. 

    Soursop Pro Tips

    Our soursop will come on the cusp of being unripe and ripe but may arrive fully unripe or fully ripe. It is ripe when it is soft to the touch (for us, the softer the better) and an imprint is left when pressure is applied to it with your finger. The color of the skin may darken slightly, and there may be "scars" but these factors DO NOT correlate to the quality of the fruit inside the skin. There are many ways to consume soursop. The most common way is to break it open with the hands and consume the white flesh. It is not recommended to consume the seeds.