In season from late May through July, from the USA. Unlike the Cape Gooseberry, these are entirely edible fruits that have no papery, outer husk to remove. They are also much sweeter and are better suited for use in fresh applications, yet are also delicious in prepared goods like pies, tarts, jams and jellies. Store between 32-34 degrees F, and keep dry. Use within 3-4 days of receipt.