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Passion Fruit

Grown on the vine, once ripe, the Passion Fruit turns a particular yellow to green color signaling that it is ripe. After cracking the relatively tough shell you will find a gelatinous meat and abundance of seeds. Providing a fragrantly sweet taste with a pleasantly tart tang this scrumptious fruit leaves you wanting more.

Enjoyed in juices, as a topping on salads, or blended into desserts, passion fruit is a versatile addition to a variety of dishes loaded with vitamins and antioxidants to boost your immune system.

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Named by Christian missionaries as the flowering fruit that signified their success of landing in South America, these missionaries claimed the leaves resembled that of Christ’s crucifixation.
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Handling Tips

Wash thoroughly before consuming
Ripen at room temperature
When kept frozen, passion fruit can last up to 8 months