Feast your eyes on the exotic Elefante Green Gold™ pineapple, a delicious and better-for-you food gift. (Gifts include those you give to yourself.)
This dazzling emerald green-skinned pineapple is taller, thinner, and larger than an average pineapple. Plus:
It’s also adorned with a special second label that immerses the reader in Ghanaian culture and symbolism.
The Elefante Green Gold is a variety native to West Africa. It’s grown in Ekumfi Abor in Ghana, a few hours west of Accra, Ghana’s capital.
The name, pronounced ela-font-tay, translates to elephant. The pineapple is grown in an area of Ghana where elephants roam.
The farm specializes in ethical pineapple cultivation and creating sustainable farming communities.
> June 27th is International Pineapple Day.
> The first Tuesday in October is National Fruit at Work Day.
> The history of pineapple.
This variety, the Sugar Loaf pineapple, is native to Ghana and considered extremely rare and exotic. Ghana’s climate is ideal for pineapple cultivation.
The “Sugar Loaf” name truly reflects the taste (the sweetness has subtle flavor notes of honey).
Elefante Green Gold is the proprietary, trademarked name of the pineapples grown on Elefante Farms.
This is an easy way to send a delicious food gift that’s different, special, and affordable. They’re available year-round.
The Elephante pineapple will keep at peak for up to 2 weeks in the fridge.
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