Navitas Naturals Organic Dragonfruit Slices
These Dragonfruit Slices provide the wonderful sweet flavor of this tropical superfruit in a convenient, chewy, dried fruit form. Made from the sweeter red variety of Dragonfruit grown on small family farms in Thailand, this exotic-looking superfruit also has unusual nutrition benefits including omega 3's, protein, iron, fiber, vitamins, and minerals that support hydration.
Dragonfruit is harvested from a night-blooming cactus that grows in tropical regions including Thailand, Vietnam and South America. Also known as Pitaya, the large delicate fruit that sprout from the arms of the cactus have a strange and colorful appearance. The fruit is created only if the cactus flowers are pollinated at night by bats, moths and nocturnal creatures. Dragonfruit has a sweet flavor similar to pears and kiwifruits. These chewy, purple slices are low in calories and contain vitamin C, magnesium, protein, antioxidants and iron.
The Dragonfruit has an unusually strong nutrition profile to match its bizarre appearance. This tropical superfruit is a source of omega 3 essential fatty acids, vitamin C, protein, fiber, magnesium, vitamin B, phosphorus and iron. Dragonfruit also contains many antioxidants including complex phytoalbumins and lycopene. It is a bonus that the fruit is low in calories, and it's comprised of complex carbohydrates that can easily be broken down by the body.
Raw. Vegan. Kosher. Gluten Free. Product of Thailand.
Ingredients: Organic Dragonfruit
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