Juane Canari Season
July – September
Juane Canary adds color to any retail display. The variety we have chosen has a rich yellow color when ripe. Its white flesh has a similar flavor to a Honeydew. In fact, it is called a honeydew in many parts of the world.
To find a ripe Canari look for a bright yellow color all the way around the fruit.
Since melons grow on the ground, it’s only logical to make sure they’re perfectly clean on the outside before cutting them. Run cool water over the melon before eating to remove any surface dirt that may remain.
Turlock Fruit melons are picked vine-ripened so they should immediately be stored in a refrigerator. Cover cut melons with plastic and store no more than 3 days.