Passionate About Health
The nutritious passion fruit is a delicious,
low-calorie snack that helps boost
the immune system, support kidney health
and calm the nerves.
Move Over Oranges
Passion Fruit packs in more vitamin C
and fiber than most other fruit.
The Granadilla is part
of the passion fruit family
but tends to be larger
and sweeter than its cousins.
Passion fruits originate in Brazil and come in several varieties and a range of colors from deep purple to green or yellow. The most popular are the deep purple passion fruit (Gulupa) to yellow (maracuya) and yellow-orange (granadilla). Passion fruits are typically smaller than their cousin the granadilla and differ in several other ways. The granadilla has a significantly harder shell with a jelly-like flesh inside that is bursting with edible seeds and a slightly sweeter taste while passion fruits are slightly smaller with edible black seeds and soft, yellow pulp.

Passion Fruits are refreshing, delicious, and rich in nutrients like vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, iron. Best of all, they are reported to help boost the immune system, support kidney health and calm the nerves.
Passion fruits pack a nutritional punch, containing vitamin C, vitamin A, and other antioxidants, fiber, calcium, potassium, iron magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and folate. They are known to support your kidneys, nerves, muscles, and heart while lowering inflammation and supporting your immune system.
One delicious spoonful of passion fruit and you’ll soon discover why this nutritious treat is so popular around the world.
Choosing and Preparing Your Passion Fruit
Click the video to the right to learn how to select and enjoy your Passion Fruit.
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