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Granadilla

Granadilla is a roundish oval fruit with a 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.
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Granadilla is a member of the passion flower family, the fruits grow on climbing vines. This family also includes other exotic fruit such as passion fruit and maracuya.
The ideal teperature of Granadilla

Storage advice

Granadillas are kept refrigerated in storage and during transport. The ideal temperature during transport is 10 degrees Celsius. Granadillas are best kept out of the fridge at home.
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Origin Nature's Pride Granadilla

Granadilla - ColombiaColombia

Growing & Harvesting

It takes about 12 months before a seed has matured into a fully-grown plant and starts producing harvestable grandillas. The plant has a life cycle of three years, and will produce fruit all year round. From blossom to fruit takes about 12 weeks. The fruits are picked from the vine as soon as they start to turn orange.
Granadilla
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