Fun Fact: White Sapote, also known as Casimiroa edulis, is a deliciously sweet fruit with a custard-like texture that has earned it the nickname "Mexican Custard Apple"!
White Sapote is native to Mexico and Central America, where it has been enjoyed for its unique taste and texture for centuries. At iHeartFruitBox, we are dedicated to providing our customers with the freshest and most luscious White Sapote, sourced from organic farms that prioritize quality and sustainability.
White Sapote is characterized by its greenish-yellow skin, which encloses a creamy, white, and buttery flesh that has a mild, sweet taste with hints of peach, banana, and vanilla. The fruit contains a few large seeds that can be easily removed, making it a delightful treat to savor on its own or as a versatile ingredient in smoothies, fruit salads, and desserts.
White Sapote is a nutrient-dense fruit, providing an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and E, as well as essential minerals like potassium, calcium, and iron. These nutrients help support a healthy immune system and overall well-being. To find out when White Sapote is in season, consult our SEASONAL GUIDE.
Pre-order means the fruit is out of season, but once back in season, your orders will be shipped out immediately. Please be advised that the wait time can be from a few weeks to a few months
- Sampler Box contains approximately 1.5-2 pounds
- Small Box contains approximately 5-7 pounds
- Large Box contains approximately 10-12 pounds
-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.
Refer To Our Shipping Guide If You Have Any Questions
For Additional Information Visit Our Ripening Guide
White Sapote Pro Tips
White Sapote is typically picked when it's nearly ripe and will ripen further during transit. To know when it's ready to eat, the fruit will yield to gentle pressure and give off a pleasant, sweet aroma (similar to the Gardenia Flower). The skin of the White Sapote is edible but may have a slightly bitter taste; therefore, most people prefer to enjoy the fruit by scooping out the flesh with a spoon or peeling the skin off before eating.