A breakfast you'll be grape-ful for  - Grapefruit

Use within 2–3 weeks when whole3–4 days when cut

How to Store Grapefruit

  • Refrigerate Refrigerate

    Store whole grapefruit in the crisper drawer.

  • Cut Cut

    To cut grapefruit, peel the rind and white pith from the fruit. Separate into segments or cut into chunks of desired size.

  • Cover Cover

    Place fruit, with any accumulated juice, into a bowl, cover with Glad® Press'n Seal® and refrigerate.

  • Refrigerate Refrigerate

    Or, store cut fruit in a GladWare® food protection container and refrigerate.

Keeps up to 12 months in Freezer Zipper bags; 6 months in FreezerWare™

How to Freeze  Grapefruit

  • Prepare Prepare

    Remove peel and membrane. Cut top and bottom off so that it sits flat on cutting board.

  • Cut Cut

    Following the curve, cut away pith and peel around the citrus. Then cut into segments between membranes.

  • Place Place

    Collect fruit in the bowl, drain, and place into a Freezer Zipper bag or FreezerWare™.

  • Freeze Freeze

    Seal and remove as much air as possible from bags. Place in the deepest part of the freezer.

  • - Blushing - Boysenberries

  • - Great - Grapes

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