ORGANIC PASSIONFRUIT

We grow the fragrant and tangy-sweet purple passion fruit (Passiflora edulis).

ABOUT Passionfruit

Passion fruit has become a very popular fruit for eating and an ingredient in many fruit teas and shakes because it is a rich source of antioxidants beneficial for health and has a wonderfully exotic tart sweetness.

Passion fruit is high in Vitamin A and Vitamin C with a healthy dose of potassium, magnesium, calcium and dietary fiber.  Another advantage of passion fruit is its low glycemic index value which is a huge benefit for diabetics who want to enjoy this tasty treat.  Indochina Agriculture grows passion fruit that can be eaten fresh, made into juice, smoothies, shakes, fruit teas and desserts.

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CULTURE
ORGANIC PASSIONFRUIT
250 Seeds
On average found in each fruit
2 Main Types
Yellow Flavicarp and the slightly sweeter Purple Granadilla
200 Species
of Passion plant are found in the Amazon Rainforest
Circa 1700 AD
Spanish Missionaries named the Flower of the 5 wounds aka Passion Fruit

THINKING ORGANIC

Passion fruit has become a very popular fruit for eating and an ingredient in many fruit teas and shakes because it is a rich source of antioxidants beneficial for health and has a wonderfully exotic tart sweetness.

Passion fruit is high in Vitamin A and Vitamin C with a healthy dose of potassium, magnesium, calcium and dietary fiber.  Another advantage of passion fruit is its low glycemic index value which is a huge benefit for diabetics who want to enjoy this tasty treat.  Indochina Agriculture grows passion fruit that can be eaten fresh, made into juice, smoothies, shakes, fruit teas and desserts.

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Packed with Goodness

Passion fruit is packed with vitamins including huge amounts of Vitamin C and Vitamin A as well as potassium, iron, magnesium and significant fiber content.

Passion fruit is rich in antioxidants, reducing inflammation and free radicals in the body, while the high fiber content helps to regulate the digestive system and gut health.

Also, despite its sweet tartness, passion fruit has a low glycemic index (GI) value.

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The Versatile Fruit

You can remove the seeds by pressing the pulp through a strainer or cheesecloth and extracting the juice. Passion fruit is extremely popular in Southeast Asia as an additive to teas and smoothies.

The juice can be used in a variety of other ways, such as:

• Mixing with water and sugar to make a fresh fruit drink
• Adding the juice to other fruit juices, such as orange or pineapple for a stronger tropical taste
• Adding the juice to yogurt or sorbet
• Making it into a jam or jelly
• Boiling it into a syrup used for sauces, glazes or desserts (mousse or tarts)
• Mixing into cocktails and sparkling sodas
• Using the curd to make butter spread
• Tropical salad dressing base

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