During July we are serving ‘local’ watermelon in various regions. When we say local, we mean that our watermelon is being freshly grown in the state that you live in.
Since watermelon doesn’t grow in all states, we can’t be serving local watermelon at all 15 states that Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes are located in but we tried really hard to make sure we be local when it was possibly.
If you are a Texas resident, you will be enjoying local Watermelon from Jackson Melons, Inc.
Our Texas Sweet Tomatoes locations will be served watermelon planted and grown in Texas by our farmer, Jackson Melons, Inc. They got started back in 1975 when Johnny Jackson started selling watermelons. His father-in-law was in the business and grew watermelons, which had always interested Johnny. From July to September their watermelon acreage is about 500 acres. They grow in the following areas: Rio Grande Valley, Quemada, East Texas, and West Texas.