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Low-fat avocados are actual things that exist, apparently

Low-fat avocados are actual things that exist, apparently


Fatty avocados are the perfect fruit: a healthy fat, ready to adorn your salad/toast/insert food here with a dose of creamy, green goodness. 

Yet the marketing powers that be want you to consider an alternative: The low-fat avocado. 

Per Fresh Plaza, Spanish produce brand Isla Bonita just launched Aguacate Light, with about 30 percent less fat than the fruit’s more popular varieties — the Haas avocado, for instance. 

Ramón Rey of Isla Bonita tells Fresh Plaza that their avocado “has a mild flavor and a juicier and lighter pulp” than avocados traditionally found in the supermarket.

Isla Bonita’s light avocado

But where do they come from? Rey tells Fresh Plaza that Isla Bonita’s “light” avocados are actually just a selection of different fruit varieties grown “in very specific climates of certain tropical areas, close to Ecuador, in Central America and in South America.” Should you actually want a lower fat alternative to the avocado you know and love, know that Isla Bonita’s Aguacato Light will launch in Spanish supermarkets only. 

For now, we’ll keep to the creamy, full-fat version, thank you.

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