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Drachenfrucht getrocknet | 500 g
Drachenfrucht getrocknet | 500 g
Drachenfrucht getrocknet | 500 g
Drachenfrucht getrocknet | 500 g
Drachenfrucht getrocknet | 500 g

Dried dragon fruit 500 g

£25.00 per kg

incl. VAT plus shipping

  • 100% fruit
  • Decorative treat
  • Intense dragon fruit flavour due to delicate drying
  • The highlight of your smoothie bowl
  • Perfect alternative to conventional sweeteners

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Dried dragon fruit  500 g

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Freeze-dried dragon fruit 500 g


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BBD: 05.01.2023

Everything at a glance Dried dragon fruit 500 g

With KoRo, taming dragons is easy. We have taken on the dragon fruit and gently dried it to offer you a tasty new snack. Order fruity treat now in our convenient 500 g value pack!

Dragon fruit - what is it?

Its name may make you shiver, but the exotic fruit from Central America is really not that dangerous. In fact, we think it's quite an eye-catcher. The dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, comes from the cactus family and is mainly cultivated in Colombia, Nicaragua, Thailand, Vietnam and China. However, the colourful fruit has also been making a name for itself in Europe and has found a regular place in many cafés. We are not surprised, because the dragon fruit not only convinces with its pop of colour, but also with its taste.

Advantages of dried dragon fruit

From dried apple rings to  dried strawberries, we have all the classics among dried fruits in our selection. So how did we get the idea to dry dragon fruit? We love the taste of dragon fruit, however, with a water content of around 90 %, the taste of dragon fruit is sometimes a little too mild for us. That's why we have subjected our exotic favourite to a drying process to minimise the water content - and thus maximise the taste. The result: a special kind of taste experience! Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside - our dried pitaya is a sweet treat for young and old. Thanks to our special drying process, you can now enjoy your new favourite fruit all year round.

Using dried dragon fruit

You can always use dragon fruit as a snack. We show you how to make real works of art out of your dried dragon fruit slices: for example, you can start the day colourfully with a dragon fruit smoothie bowl. Simply soften the dragon fruit in water for about 15 minutes and blend it with oat drink. It looks pretty, and its exotic, fresh taste will captivate you. The same goes for lunch: just sprinkle some dried dragon fruit on your salad and convince yourself of the sweet and sour composition that also looks good. To prove that dried dragon fruit really does fit into every course, get creative and conjure up a film-worthy dessert like a dragon fruit chia jar and become the food styling queen or dragon fruit king for a moment! Who needs to chase real dragons? Your date is guaranteed to be impressed with so much culinary pleasure!

Buy KoRo's dried dragon fruit

You want to know what to expect? Well, here it is: the first bite into the purple, dried dragon fruit starts with its crunchy skin and ends with the soft core. At first, refreshingly fruity and then mildly sweet - that's how we describe our first date with the tropical fruit. On our second date, she revealed her inner values to us and we were finally in love: our purple beauty has a high dietary fibre content, with 20 g per 100 g. Thanks to the gentle drying process, it tastes heavenly sweet and fruity without any additives - simply 100% pure fruit enjoyment. Is your mouth watering already? We have the solution: Simply order your portion of dried dragon fruit and experience tropical taste sensations from your couch!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1469 / 351
Fat 5 g
   of which Saturates 1,3 g
Carbohydrate 59 g
   of which Sugars 42 g
Fibre 12 g
Protein 9,4 g
Salt 0,04 g

Order number DRACH_001
Origin Thailand
Content 0.5 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260335831274
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place, away from light.
Ingredients 99 % dragonfruit, rice flour
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. May contain traces of GLUTEN, PEANUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), SOYBEANS, NUTS, SESAME and SULPHUR DIOXIDE (SULPHITE).
Sales name Dried dragon fruit, unsulphured
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Varieties and origins

Pitaya has its origins in the tropical climates of Central America, where it finds ideal conditions, as it needs temperatures around 35 to 40°C to thrive. Thanks to its tropical climate, many Asian countries are therefore also suitable for growing dragon fruit, which is nowadays it is also grown in China, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Thailand. But this curious looking fruit is also successfully cultivated in Israel. The exact figures of the global production are not known, so the numbers you can see on this map are only an estimate.

The KoRo price chart Dried dragon fruit 500 g

Calculation: Cross-range adjustment based on new price calculation
2,90€/ 100g

2,60€ / 100g
Corona-crisis: Change in suppliers, resulting in a price increase
2,60€/ 100g

2,90€ / 100g
Rounding: Change in the rounding system
2,50€/ 100g

2,60€ / 100g
Rounding: Change in the rounding system
2,40€/ 100g

2,50€ / 100g
Competition: Cross-range price adjustment to increase competitiveness
2,80€/ 100g

2,40€ / 100g
Market: Monthly market adjustment - August
3,00€/ 100g

2,80€ / 100g
Environmental project: Price adjustment for investments in our CO2 project and product development
2,78€/ 100g

3,00€ / 100g
Market: Market-related adjustment of the selling price
3,08€/ 100g

2,78€ / 100g
Portfolio expansion: Internal price increase due to a portfolio expansion aimed at improving your shopping experience
2,88€/ 100g

3,08€ / 100g
Price adjustment: Halving of the packaging unit & availability problems in the country of origin
2,19€/ 100g

2,88€ / 100g
New In stock
2,19€ / 100g
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Questions about questions Dried dragon fruit 500 g

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How does Dragonfruit taste?

Dragonfruit taste mostly like water. Pretty unspectacular if you compare that to her beautiful and colourful outside. This does not lower the hype around the fruit though.

Which vitamins are in Dragonfruit?

The fruit is mostly rich in vitamins C and E.

Why is the fruit called Dragonfruit?

The tropical Pithaya is called Dragonfruit because of the colourful sheds its skin has.

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What do the others say? Dried dragon fruit 500 g

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A happy customer says

1 Dec 2019

Top product

Wonderfully sweet and tart taste. For me, a definite sweetness. Achtung macht süchtig....I always save the last slices for me...until the next ordered full bag is in the mail. Then you can slam shut again without hesitation. And by the way, it's good for the liver.


A critical customer says

25 Jan 2019
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Unfortunately, they couldn't convince me at all. They taste very strange. Couldn't get used to the taste either.
1 star for the optics. Looks like dragon skin. Now I understand why the fruit is called like this :D
But that is of course only my opinion. And that of my girlfriend. There must be somebody who likes them.

All the reviews "Dried dragon fruit 500 g"

27 Nov 2021
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Look good and taste delicious.

Look good and taste delicious.

11 Nov 2021
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Visually the absolute eye-catcher. Taste they are

Visually the absolute eye-catcher. Taste they are different than I expected, but for that KoRo can nothing.

2 Nov 2021
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Very good for snacking

Very good for snacking

1 Nov 2021
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Tastes surprisingly very good.

Tastes surprisingly very good.

31 Oct 2021
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Thanks Koro, everything worked out fine.

Best quality even after several shipments. We enjoy the fruits every day with our muesli and have since then a regular digestion.

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