Watermelons (Citrullus lanatus) obviously gets its name because of its extremely high water content, approximately 92 percent.

Besides water, it is full of nutrients; 1 cup of diced, fresh watermelon provides 21% of the daily value (DV) for vitamin C, 18 percent of the DV for vitamin A, and significant levels of vitamin B6, lycopene, antioxidants, and amino acids.

We are involved in the Export of Fresh Watermelons from India. Our fruits are sourced from reliable vendors and farmers following Global GAP practices only. These Fruits are especially in demand for their rich flavor & sweet taste. The range offered by us is loved & appreciated by our clients all across the globe and all of this comes at an affordable price range.

Our Guarantee

  • High Moisture Content
  • 100% Fresh
  • 100% Safe
  • Free From Decay
  • Sealed Packaging

Preservation tips for the customer:

Storing Uncut Watermelons
Once picked from the vine, watermelons will not ripen any further. To store, keep these fruits in the fridge — heat causes the juicy flesh to dry out and become fibrous. Plus, chilling adds to watermelon's refreshing nature. A watermelon can be stored in the refrigerator for 2 weeks, and sometimes as long as 3.

Storing Cut Watermelons
When storing a cut melon, wrap the cut side in plastic, and it should keep in the fridge for about 3 days. The plastic will prevent the watermelon from absorbing the flavors of other foods and will keep its flesh moist.

Shipping: By Air and Sea

MOQ (20RFHQ/SEA) : 900 Cartons (G.W 9,000KG / N)

MOQ (40RFHQ/SEA) : 1800 Cartons (G.W 18,000KG)

MOQ (AIR) : 150 Carton OR 1,500 KG

Packaging: Standard Carton Box(10kg-20 kg/Box)

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