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When it comes to fresh pineapples, there’s a gold standard. In 1996, Fresh Del Monte introduced The Del Monte Gold® Extra Sweet pineapple, a then-new variety that’s twice as sweet as the traditional pineapple featuring a beautiful, golden flesh. Other ways to enjoy fresh Del Monte® pineapples, including our Honeyglow® Pineapple, include desserts, salads, smoothies or as a tropical garnish for meats and poultry. And let’s not forget how amazing they are on the rim of a frozen umbrella drink.

  • Good source of vitamin C and manganese
  • Del Monte Gold® Extra Sweet variety has up to four times more vitamin C than traditional varieties

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How to Select

Look for a pineapple that is symmetrical and heavy for its size. Look for crown leaves that are fresh and green. Sniff the pineapple, and pick one that has a sweet, fragrant smell. Ensure that the pineapple is free from soft spots. Del Monte Gold® Extra Sweet Pineapples are always picked ripe and ready to eat, so there's no need to wait to enjoy them.

How to Prepare

Twist the crown off, then cut in half,  and then quarters. Next, trim off the ends and core to remove the fruit from the shell. Finally, cut into bite-size pieces

How to Store

Keep your pineapple in the refrigerator or any cold, humid place. It won't ripen any further, so try to enjoy it as soon as possible.

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