Dried Dragon Fruit Without Additives | 500 g

KoRo Dried Dragon Fruit is the perfect tart and sweet snack for exotic fruit lovers. It does not contain any added sugars or sulphur and is available in bulk.

  • Exotic taste
  • Can also decorate your dishes
  • Sweet
£15.00
Content: 0.5 kg | £30.00 per kg

incl. VAT plus shipping

Delivery time appr.
5-7 workdays

Description

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Dragon Fruit, also known as Pitaya, is a fruit that originates from Central America and belongs to the family of cactus plants. Today the main cultivation areas for Dragon Fruit are Colombia, Nicaragua, Vietnam and China.

Dragon Fruit is getting more and more popular all over the world because they are high in Vitamin C and protein. Pitaya at KoRo is free from any additives like sugar or sulphur.

 

 

Nährwerte pro 100g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1465 /  350
Fat 4 g
    thereof saturated fatty acids 1 g
Carbohydrates 72 g
    thereof sugar 41 g
Dietary fibre 20 g
Protein 7 g
Salt 0,05 g

 


Order number DRACH_001
Origin Thailand
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260335831274
Residue analyses Specification
Traces Nutrition traces
Shipment Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storing Store the product cool and dry
Ingredients 100% Dried Dragonfruit
Allergens May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOY, NUTS, ALMONDS, PEANUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), SESAME and SULPHIDE (SULPHITE).
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FAQs

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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.

10 Jun 2019

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The dried dragon fruit tastes excellent.


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Die getrocknete Drachenfrucht schmeckt hervorragend

23 May 2019

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This is the second one I've ordered. Very tasty, I think.


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Diese habe ich schon das zweite Mal bestellt. Sehr lecker wie ich finde.

27 Feb 2019

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Beautiful color, fits very well in the fruit salad.


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Schöne Farbe, passt sehr gut ins Obstsalat.

25 Jan 2019

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I'm afraid they didn't convince me at all. They taste very strange. Couldn't even get used to the taste.
1 star for the optics. They look like dragon skin. Now I understood why the fruit is called :D
But that's just my opinion, of course. And my girlfriend's. Probably someone who likes them.


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Haben mich leider überhaupt nicht überzeugen können. Schmecken sehr eigenartig. Könnte mich auch überhaupt nicht an den Geschmack gewöhnen.
1 Stern für die Optik. Sehen aus wie Drachenhaut. Habe jetzt verstanden warum die Frucht so heißt :D
Aber das ist natürlich nur meine Meinung. Und die meiner Freundin. Gibt bestimmt jemanden der die mag.

7 Jan 2019

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Could have a little more aroma but otherwise great


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Könnte noch ein wenig mehr Aroma haben aber sonst klasse

5 Apr 2018

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My child loves them and eats them all away.


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Mein Kind liebt sie und ißt mir alle weg.

3 Mar 2018

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Very fleshy, very tasty, not hard. leak


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Sehr Fleischige, sehr lecker, nicht hart. Lecket

31 Oct 2017

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Very good taste and quality.


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Sehr guter Geschmack und Qualität.

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