Our delicious Yellow Honeydew melons and watermelons grown in Costa Rica are a healthy and refreshing way to give your body an essential boost of vitamins and minerals during the challenging times of COVID-19.

As keyworkers globally, Jupiter farmers continue to ensure that the supermarket shelves are fully stocked with great quality fresh produce.

Grown and nurtured in the ideal South American climate, Jupiter melons are chosen for their quality and taste. The year round tropical weather ensures that our farmers, and in turn our melons have an advantage from the perfect microclimate to grow fruit.

Yellow Honeydew melon

Our Yellow Honeydew melons are a healthy and easy to prepare snack for any time of the day. Perfect to re-hydrate the body after a workout or even as part of a fruit salad, Honeydew melons contain a large variety of nutrients that may help reduce blood pressure and even contribute to the health of our bones.

Just one serving of Yellow Honeydew melon can provide over half of your recommended daily intake (RDI) of vitamin C, meaning that your body is aided in its fight against illness with a boosted immune system.

Jupiter watermelon

Enjoyed worldwide and known as one of the most refreshing fruits available to us, watermelon is also packed with the good stuff.

Eating watermelon as one of your five-a-day can provide the body with over 20% of your vitamin C RDI as well as essential amino acids. Find out more on the health benefits of fruit and vitamin C in one of our recent blogs.

Choose Jupiter fresh produce

Our selection of melons have 52-week availability and are provided in various sizes. Our Yellow Honeydew are available in sizes 5-10 and our watermelons in 3-7.

Get in touch

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The Jupiter Group is a leader in the global fresh produce market. Ranked 17th in the 2020 The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, Jupiter grows and supplies new and traditional varieties of grapes and citrus alongside melons, pineapples, limes, avocados and kiwi.

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