Cantaloupe Grows Well in America

Thursday, May 30, 2019
Ripe cantaloupe

I thought the fruit is a Japanese melon variety, but after searching through google, the cantaloupe is from Europe origin. The fact is surprising me.

Fruit was brought to Italy from Armenia. Papal county namely Cantalupo, close to Rome planted this fruits about 200 years ago. French then gave name of Cantaloupe.

In addition to cantaloupe, some Americans also call the fruit as rockmelon, muskmelon, sweet melon and muskmelon.

America produced 13.4 million cwt cantaloupe per year. Production mainly in the states of Arizona, Texas and California.

Cantaloupe sold in a grocery store

American loves to consume melons, include Cantaloupe. A single American consumes 27 pounds melon per year. One of the highest in the world.

We always buy this fruit, especially during late spring to summer seasons. Sweet and fresh.

Slices in a plate

It is said cantaloupe include as a super food due to its nutrient contents. It riches in vitamin A and C.

Cantaloupe also said as “beauty fruit,” because its extracted could be used to prevent wrinkle, to slow down skin aging and improve skin elasticity.

What do you think about cantaloupe?

36 comments:

  1. Cantaloupe is a reliable, delicious melon. I can't think of too many times that we have bought one that was NOT tasty! And you can eat it without guilt since it does not have that many calories!

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  2. From Europe, that is surprising.

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  3. wow that fruit is my fav :D so delicious

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  4. Bonjour,

    J'adore le melon ! En ce moment nous commençons à en déguster et jusqu'à présent je les ai trouvés excellents !
    Gros bisous

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  8. Perfect for Summer, have a lovely weekend ☺

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  9. I used to grow cantaloupe here in Brooklyn. Grew all kinds of melons that year.

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  11. I love cantaloupe. It is one of those fruits though that are hit or miss when you cut them to eat. Sometimes they can lack flavor, but when they are good, they are delicious!

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  12. I am not a huge fan of the taste of this melon but the slowing down of aging part of it sounds good

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  13. Cantaloupe is my favorite fruit. It's interesting that this fruit is European origin.

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    1. me too...

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  14. Perhaps unusually, but we are not fans of melons. They are OK when on holiday in warm places though.

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  15. I only eat watermelon, but not Cantaloupe. Have a sunny weekend.

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  16. We love cantaloupe - but sometimes it doesn't taste that good when we cut into it, but when it does it is great! I guess it depends where it comes from. Thank for your comments. It has been a rough month and we are all tryng to get back to normal. We ran away to Virginia Beach for a few days and it was nice just to sit and watch the ocean!

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  17. After seeing this delicious looking fruit in your photos, a cantaloupe is going on my shopping list :)

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    1. I see....

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      In addition to cantaloupe, some Americans also call the fruit as rockmelon, muskmelon, sweet melon and muskmelon.

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    1. Thank you to visit my article:
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      America produced 13.4 million cwt cantaloupe per year. Production mainly in the states of Arizona, Texas and California.

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