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Cavendish Bananas each

Product Details

What to look for
The outer skin is partially green when bananas are sold in food markets, and turns yellow when the fruit ripens. As it ripens the starches turn to sugar making a sweeter fruit. When it reaches its final stage, brown/black "sugar spots" develop. When overripe, the skin turns black and the flesh becomes mushy. 

Availability
All year.

Store
Bananas ripen naturally without being refrigerated, however by placing them in a refrigerator, the skin darkens quicker but they are kept from becoming soft and mushy for a longer period of time.

Ways to eat
The fruits of the Cavendish bananas are eaten raw, used in baking, fruit salads, fruit compotes and to complement foods. 

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