Avocados

Avocado Halves
Ready-Set-Serve (RSS) Avocado Halves are fresh Hass avocados grown in Mexico; no preservatives or fillers of any kind.
Seasonality: 
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec

Product Details

Shelf-life:Best If Used By date.

Recommended Storage Temperature:33°-40°F (0°-4°C)

Ethylene Producing:No

Ethylene Sensitive:No

Kosher:Yes

Available from Markon

DescriptionNet WeightPack GTIN-14 UPC
Avocado, Pure Pulp12 pounds or 5.4 kilograms6/2#
1 06 11628 91470 8
6 11628 91470 1
Avocado, Pico De Gallo Guacamole12 pounds or 5.4 kilograms6/2#
1 06 11628 91472 2
6 11628 91472 5
Avocado, Chunks12 pounds or 5.4 kilograms6/2#
1 06 11628 91474 6
6 11628 91474 9
Avocado, Halves6 pounds or 2.7 kilograms48/2 OZ
1 06 11628 91475 3
6 11628 91475 6
Avocado, Pure Pulp16 pounds or 7.3 kilograms8/2#
1 06 11628 91471 5
6 11628 91471 8
Avocado, Pico De Gallo Guacamole12 pounds or 5.4 kilograms12/1#
1 06 11628 91473 9
6 11628 91473 2
Avocado, Chunks16 pounds or 7.3 kilograms8/2# TRAY
1 06 11628 91476 0
6 11628 91476 3
Avocado, Halves4.5 pounds or 2 kilograms48/1.5 OZ
1 06 11628 91477 7
6 11628 91477 0

Additional Information

Storage Tips   

Use within three days of opening product.

Handling Tips   

For maximum shelf life refrigerate immediately upon arrival; use within three days of opening product.

General Usage Ideas   

  • Slice RSS Avocado Halves; fan and garnish tostadas, fajitas, and enchiladas
  • Finely dice RSS Avocado Halves; top carne asada tacos, sopa de queso, and refried beans
  • Wrap strips of RSS Avocado Halves and mango with prosciutto and shiso leaves

Seasonal Usage Ideas   

  • Fill RSS Avocado Halves with tuna, shrimp, or chicken salad; garnish with RSS Washed & Trimmed Cilantro
  • Top RSS Chopped Romaine with alternating slices of RSS Avocado Halves and MFC Tomatoes; sprinkle with corn, minced Serrano chile peppers, crumbled Cotija cheese, and cumin vinaigrette
  • Add sliced RSS Avocado Halves to fresh spring rolls and deep-fried egg rolls

Did You Know?   

Avocados are an excellent source of dietary fiber. They are high in "good fat" (monounsaturated) and cholesterol-free.

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