Del Monte’s New ‘Juicier, Sweeter’ Pink Pineapple Now In Store
The Pinkglow, Del Monte said, is “juicier and sweeter” than a traditional pineapple and has a pink interior. Is it time to rethink the piña colada?
Del Monte says the “jewel of the jungle” is produced in limited harvests in Costa Rica, where it can take up to 24 months to grow.
“With a delicious and very unique taste, Pinkglow pineapple has aromatic notes of candy and is sure to delight consumers of all ages,” says Del Monte.
Del Monte said Pinkglow pineapples have been in development since 2005. They are harvested by hand with their crowns replanted to increase harvest volume and reduce waste. Crowns are removed before shipment.
According to Del Monte, the Pinkglow pineapple can be found at Giant / Martin stores in Pennsylvania in Allentown, Altoona, Bartonsville, Bensalem, Bethlehem, Bloomsburg, Blue Bell, Broomall, Camp Hill, Carlisle, Chalfont, Chambersburg, Coopersburg, Dillsburg, Doylestown, Dubois, Easton, Elizabethtown, Enola, Exton, Feasterville, Flourtown, Gettysburg, Gilbertsville, Hanover, Harleysville, Harrisburg, Hatfield, Havertown, Hellerstown, Hershey, Huntington Valley, Kennett Square, Lancaster, Langhorne, Levittown, Lewisburg, Lititz, Mechanicsburg, Mount Joy, Nazareth, New Cumberland, New Hope, North Wales, Philadelphia, Phoenixville, Plymouth, Pottsville, Quakertown, Reading, Red Lion, Roslyn, Royersford, Saint Davids, Shrewsbury, Souderton, Southampton, Springfield, State College, Stowe , Thorndale, Trexelertown, Walnutport, Warrington, West Chester, West Grove, West Lawn, Willow Grove, Wynnewood and York.