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Passion fruit has a round shape. The skin of this fruit is leathery, purple and inedible. The jelly-like pulp with black edible seeds has a tangy flavour. Passion fruits can differ in size.
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Passion fruits belong to the Passiflora family and grow on climbing plants. This family also includes other exotic fruits such as granadillas, curubas and maracujas.

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Nov Passion fruit  available in November
Dec Passion fruit  available in December

Passion fruit tips

When is passion fruit ripe?

When the skin is dark purple and smooth it’s ripe and has a tangy flavour. If the skin is wrinkled the fruit is riper and the jelly-like pulp is sweeter still.

temp of Passion fruit

Storage advice

Keep this fruit at room temperature.

How to cut this fruit?

Cut the fruit in half and spoon out the jelly-like pulp.
You can’t eat the skin.

  • When is passion fruit ripe?
  • How to cut this fruit?

Preparation Tips

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  • Great as a snack.
  • Makes a perfect dressing.
  • Refreshing in a sweet recipe and perfect for cocktails.

Nutritional values per 100 g

52 Kcal
0,4 g Fats
0,1 g Saturated fats
3,3 g Fibers
Source of Vitamin C and high in fibres.

Origin EAT ME Passion fruit

Passion fruit  - BrazilBrazil Passion fruit  - ThailandThailand Passion fruit  - VietnamVietnam Passion fruit  - ZimbabweZimbabwe

Did you know...

  • the passion fruit is a member of the Passiflora and grows on a climbing vine.

  • it takes 16 weeks from flowering to fruit.

  • even though Colombia is one of the largest exporters, passion fruit is not very popular on the local market.

Where to buy

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