Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Our Complete range of products are Dragon fruit, Rambutan and Passion Fruit.
Round, often red colored fruit with prominent scales. The thin rind encloses the large mass of sweetly flavored white or red pulp and small black seeds. Some varieties are pinkish or yellow. The fruit is popular eaten chilled, out of hand. It is also used to flavor drinks and pastries. Unopened flowerbuds are cooked and eaten as vegetables. Nutritional Facts The flesh, which is eaten raw, is mildly sweet and low in calories. Medicinal / Therapeutic Use The red flesh variety is believed to be rich in antioxidants.
An attractive fruit with a bright red skin covered in green tipped hairs, the rambutan is a delicious, white fleshy fruit. Thai rambutans are particularly noted for their sweetness. The name Rambutan is derived from the Malayan word rambut which means hairs. Nutritional Facts There is usually a single light brown seed which is high in certain fats and oils (primarily oleic acid and eicosanoic acid) valuable to industry, and used in cooking and the manufacture of soap. Medicinal / Therapeutic Use Rambutan roots, bark and leaves have various uses in medicine and in the production of dyes
The purple passion fruit is native from southern Brazil through Paraguay to northern Argentina. The passion fruit is a vigorous, climbing vine that clings by tendrils to almost any support. It can grow 15 to 20 ft. per year once established and must have strong support. It is generally short-lived (5 to 7 years). The nearly round or ovoid fruit, 1-1/2 to 3 inches wide, has a tough rind that is smooth and waxy and ranging in hue from dark purple with faint, fine white specks, to light yellow or pumpkin-color. Within is a cavity more or less filled with an aromatic mass of double walled, membranous sacs containing orange-colored, pulpy juice and as many as 250 small, hard, dark brown or black, pitted seeds. The unique flavor is appealing, musky, guava-like and sweet / tart to tart.