a long fruit, shaped like a rugby ball, or a round one, depending on the variety. The skin ranges from green to various shades of yellow, also depending on the variety. The pulp is compact, sweet and very juicy. There are many orangish seeds at the centre that are not eaten.
- Outdoor growing
- Forced growing in greenhouses
- Preservation in cooling chambers
- Product from several sources
- Contrasting product (from the southern hemisphere)
Translation of the name
Commercial: Other fruits
Yellow (round: Yellow gold, Moncayo; Long: Yellow Canarian, Yellow Donal), Small (Galia: Gredos, Yuma; Cantalup), Green ( Rochet: Categoria, Futuro, Primerizo Verde; Piel de Sapo: Bardino, Braco, Pinyonet), Late Fruit (Tendral: Tendral Negro)
31 calories per cada 100 grams
Grams which make up a serving
The tree it grows on and its curiosities
The leading melon-producing countries are Italy, Japan, Egypt, China, the United States, France, Mexico and Spain (Ciudad Real, Murcia, Almeria, Toledo, Badajoz, Valencia, Cadiz, Cordoba, Huelva, Seville).