LIMEELO

A 21st century fruit born on Sanibel, is now available by the pints as sorbet. But there is nothing pint-sized about the flavor of this natural wonder. Nearly four years ago, Sanibel resident Steve Maxwell was amazed to discover that two fruit trees in his backyard had somehow produced a naturally germinated hybrid between a key lime and a Mineola tangelo honeybell. Since the discovery of the plant — he christened the Lime-elo — Maxwell’s natural wonder is bearing its own fruits with the launch of LIMEELO SORBET, which is now produced by Sweet Melissa’s Café and is available at the following locations.

Bailey’s General StoreSanibel

Jerry’s Foods Sanibel

Ada’s Natural Market