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Tsamma, pronounced (SAH-MAH), is the name of a hardy melon grown in the Kalahari Desert of Southern Africa, thought to be the mother ancestral variety of all melons. Tsamma Watermelon Juice, founded in 2014 by Sarah Frey, is grown, made and bottled by Frey Farms, one of the nation's largest watermelon farmers. The company has growing operations in Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Arkansas, Indiana, Illinois and in the panhandle of West Virginia.
Tsamma, pronounced (SAH-MAH), is the name of a hardy melon grown in the Kalahari Desert of Southern Africa, thought to be the mother ancestral variety of all melons. Tsamma Watermelon Juice, founded in 2014 by Sarah Frey, is grown, made and bottled by Frey Farms, one of the nation's largest watermelon farmers. The company has growing operations in Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Arkansas, Indiana, Illinois and in the panhandle of West Virginia.
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Tsamma Watermelon Juice signs deal with Alabama Crimson Tide 09/2017 The University of Alabama football program sought out Tsamma Juice last year after learning of a study on the company's watermelon juice, which is being led by the University's Human Nutrition Department.  The study focuses on the effects of L-citrulline, an amino acid most known for its use as a sports performance and cardiovascular health supplement.  Watermelon is the only food that provides a natural source of L-Citrulline and each 12 oz. bottle of Tsamma Juice has 600 mg of this powerful nutrient.

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