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Passion Fruit

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Passion Fruit skin is smooth yet dimpled and at peak maturity, very wrinkly.  Passion Fruit are filled with edible, yellow to green jelly and black seeds, they’re highly aromatic and have a tropical sweet tart flavour with nuances of Pineapple, Mango & Citrus.

It is said that the Passion Fruit was named by the 16th century Spanish Catholic Missionaries in the Amazon region of Brazil.  They called it ‘flor passionis’ (passion flower) or ‘flow de las cinfo llaga’ (flower of the five wounds) after it’s purple flower.

Great source of antioxitants, flavonoids, vitamin A, vitamin C, riboflavin, niacin, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, copper, fibre & protein.

SKU: PASE
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Please not that unless specified on the packaging, our whole (unprepared) is not washed and therefore should be washed prior to consumption.

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