Texas Grapefruit Guide

H-E-B found the best grapefruits in Texas—they are so sweet and juicy, every bite will make you smile! No store does more to bring you the best grapefruits in Texas.


How to Select
Select a grapefruit that is firm and heavy for its size. Make sure that it doesn't have soft spots or overly wrinkled skin.

Check its scent—it should smell good, not rotten or fermented.

A good grapefruit doesn't have to have a perfect color. Skin discoloration or blemishes do not impact the taste or texture of the fruit.
 
  How to Store
Grapefruit should be stored in a cool, well-ventilated area. Storing around 45-57°F is best. They can stay at room temperature for up to one week. If refrigerated, grapefruit can be kept for several weeks.

 

 

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