Home <

< Grenadillo




Like a passionfruit? Then you’ll love a
grenadillo. This exotic fruit from Columbia has
a sweet and sour flavour. Some say there’s
even a hint of banana. As with the persimmon,
you might want to tackle it with a teaspoon.

- +

Recent reviews

Product description

What is Granadilla fruit good for?
Eating sweet granadilla regularly helps the body produce red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Thanks to the ironpotassium, phosphorus and vitamin B that this fruit contains, the production of these blood cells increases, preventing conditions such as anaemia
Granadilla is a roundish oval fruit with shiny orange skin. The skin is hard and inedible but is easy to cut. The fruit contains a jelly-like pulp with black edible seeds. The taste of the flesh is lovely and sweet.