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Avocados have a round to pear-like shape and a relatively tough green to red brown skin. The soft and creamy flesh is dark yellow to light yellow. The EAT ME avocados are the Hass variety. These avocados can be recognised by their dark and bumpy skin. The Hass avocado ,of all the avocado varieties, has the most creamiest and nutty flavour. The EAT ME avocados are perfectly ripe and full of flavour.

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Avocado tips

When ripe?

EAT ME avocados are always perfectly ready to eat straight away. EAT ME avocados are recognisable by the EAT ME sticker with the red arrow.
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Storage advice

Avocados are best kept in the fridge.

How to cut an Avocado?

Cut the avocado all the way around, going as deep as the stone. Twist until you can pull the 2 halves apart. Remove the stone with a spoon. Peel the avocado or scoop the flesh out.

How to eat this?

Avocado - koken Avocado - bakken Avocado - oven Avocado - magnetron Avocado - bbq Avocado - salade Avocado - snack Avocado - wok Avocado - blender
  • Perfect on a sandwich
  • Delicious as a base for soup or smoothie
  • Great in a salad

Nutritional values

199 Kcal
0,4 g Sugar
19,5 g Fats
2,2 g Saturated fats
4,3 g Fibers
Avocados are a source of Vitamin E, B6 and potassium, rich in fibres and mono-unsaturated fatty acids.

Recipes with Avocado

Avocado Carpaccio with Dutch shrimp
Avocado Carpaccio with Dutch shrimp
Avocado toast with salmon and pomegranate
Avocado toast with salmon and pomegranate
Shrimp cocktail with avocado
Shrimp cocktail with avocado
Avocado Carpaccio with Dutch shrimp
Avocado Carpaccio with Dutch shrimp
Avocado toast with salmon and pomegranate
Avocado toast with salmon and pomegranate
Shrimp cocktail with avocado
Shrimp cocktail with avocado
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Origin EAT ME Avocado

Avocado - BrazilBrazil Avocado - ChileChile Avocado - IsraelIsrael Avocado - MoroccoMorocco Avocado - PeruPeru Avocado - South AfricaSouth Africa Avocado - SpainSpain

Did you know...

  • EAT ME avocados are extra tasty as they are left to ripen on the tree, two weeks longer than usual.

  • Avocados are very healthy. Avocado happens to be one of the few fruits that contain good fats which are full of unsaturated fatty acids.

  • 10 kilos of avocado gets eaten per person per year in Mexico. In the Netherlands and Germany we eat 1 avocado on average per year.

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Better quality of public education in Ica, Peru
Better quality of public education in Ica, Peru
Ica is a region in Peru where Nature's Pride buys products such as avocados, asparagus and pomegranates. Since 2015 Nature's Pride has supported, in collaboration with growers and a local organisation "Empresarios Por La EducaciĆ³n" a program, spanning a few years, to improve the quality of public education in Ica.
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Good and safe working conditions
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For Life program, plus:
Fair Trade premium for social projects.

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Nature's Pride Foundation

This foundation was established to finance local projects in communities where they grow our exotic fruit and vegetables. The aim is to stimulate economic growth of small farmers, pack house employees and their families.

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