The fruit is a hard, almost spherical covered berry, 6 - 8 cm in diameter, greenish or slightly yellowish when ripening approaches. When the fruit is completely ripe it is an intense orange and in most cases it presents whitish spots. The fruit has an average of 200-250 seeds inside. The aryl is composed of parenchyma that contains sugars and acidic principles that determine a sweet and very pleasant taste.
Generally, the granadilla is consumed raw, for this, the shell is simply broken with the fingers and the pulp is eaten with a spoon. You can also get a rich drink, straining the pulp and adding water. Granadilla extract can be used to prepare ice cream, souffles, sauces and yogurt.
Packaging and presentation
Europe Box x 2 Kg.
E.E.U.U Box x 4.4 Libras
The consumption of granadilla is recommended for the stabilization of the nerves, since it works as a natural sedative or tranquilizer. Its juice is used as a digestive stimulant, it also controls the acidity and helps the healing of ulcers. On the other hand, this fruit has a high fiber content if consumed with the seeds. It is known as the "fruit of children" because it activates the thymus of infants and helps them grow.
|Exocarp or hard bark:||28,2%|
|Mesocarp or bark
white and fluffy :
|Endocarp or edible pulp:||44,7%|
Granadilla is an excellent source of potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron and fiber.
It helps provide essential vitamins for the body such as vitamin B1, B2, C and provitamin A.
It also contains protein and carbohydrates.