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There is something special about cutting up a plate full of fruit and sharing it with family and friends. We all know that fruit is good for us, but it’s also sweet and delicious. As is the case with many types of foods, presentation is just as important as eating the food itself. It seems as if Del Monte agrees, which is why they now have the pink pineapple available.

When most of us slice into a pineapple, we expect to see the bright, yellow flash and we know it is going to be a sweet treat. For Del Monte, however, there was something else coming up and the Pinkglow Pineapple is just what we all need in 2020.

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The fruit comes from the jungle in Costa Rica, and you aren’t going to be able to find it anywhere else. It isn’t sold in grocery stores, you have to order it online.

The easiest way for you to get your hands on one of these unique pineapples is just to visit and order one for yourself. They ship them quickly and safely to your door for around $50. The guarantee says they would ship in one to two days so they are fresh, but there is another benefit to ordering them. It gives you time to think exactly how you are going to prepare it and how you are going to share it.

With so many different options out there, we are thrilled that the Pinkglow Pineapple is now a reality.

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