Mamey Sapote scientifically known as Pouteria Sapota is a fruit native to Mexico and Central America. The large, football shaped fruit has a rough, sand colored peel. The pulp on the fruit can be bright red to a burnt orange in color. The texture is smooth, soft, and creamy. Its flavor is reminiscent of a combination of sweet potato, papaya and pumpkin pie. Every Mamey is hand scratched and checked for maturity and ripeness before picking from a Certified Organic Farm in South Florida. We ship multiple mamey varieties, mostly Magana and Key West, depending on the availability.
ORDERS ARE SHIPPED MONDAY-FRIDAY ON A BI-WEEKLY BASIS. WE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO SHIP ALL ORDERS AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE TYPICALLY BETWEEN 2-14 BUSINESS DAYS.
Mamey is shipped unripe, however may arrive ripe upon delivery. Once ripe, the flesh of the fruit is vibrant organge/red in color. The fruit should have some give and the skin should show wrinkles. Slice the fruit in half and scoop out the sweet pulp with a spoon. The seed(s) and skin of the fruit may be composted as they are inedible.