The Taste of Texas

Beat the winter blues with this new citrus sensation.


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Cold and flu season is here, and while getting your flu shot is no fun, loading up on Vitamin C can be. Curve recently taste-tested a new product on the citrus scene: Wonderful Sweet Scarletts, a variety of Texas grapefruit in season from November to May, and available in stories nationwide. 

 

Sweet Scarletts are grown, packed and shipped in Texas by Paramount Citrus, North America’s largest citrus grower. The Texas climate—sunny days with cool nights—produces the sweetest red grapefruits we’ve ever tried. Try them with yogurt and granola for a healthy breakfast, as a snack instead of reaching for a cookie, add grapefruit segments to a salad, or juice to make a low calorie cocktail—they really are so sweet that no added sweetener is necessary. 

 

 

Aside from their festive color and delicious flavor, we’re recommending them to Curve readers for their health benefits. Half of a medium grapefruit provides 100 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin C. In addition, Sweet Scarletts grapefruit is positively verified by the Non-GMO Project.  

 

So when you have the winter blues, skip the GMO berries and processed foods and indulge in this tree to table snack. 

 

Info: SweetScarletts.com

 

View & Download: Recipe Card PDF

 

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