The Passion Fruit Juice Powder that we provide meets all the nutraceutical
benefits of Passion Fruit Juice Powder along with the advantages of
a product of the highest quality and purity.
Passiflora edulis also known as passion fruit, maracuya, maracujá, granadille or parchita is a shallow-rooted, tendril-climbing, evergreen vine and produces extremely showy bowl-shaped fragrant purple-white passion flowers.
Passion Fruit from the genus Passiflora L., family Passifloraceae; consists of approximately 400 species, with over 150 being native from Brazil.
The most important variety cultivated in Brazil for commercial purposes is the yellow passion fruit, Passiflora edulis Sims f. flavicarpa Degener, which is used for pulp and juice processing.
Passion fruit contains carbohydrates, fiber and significant amounts of minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, iron, sodium, magnesium and calcium.
The nutritious Passion Fruit juice is a source of easily digestible carbohydrates, nicotinic acid, riboflavin vitamin A, E and C with antioxidant properties. The vitamin A content as carotenoids provides support to help vision, healthy hair, cardiovascular health and skin care and immune system.
In the food industry Passion Fruit Juice Powder has many applications to preparation of exquisite desserts, beverages, smoothies, yogurt and it is ideal for dietary regimes due its very low caloric intake and a great contribution of fiber
The Green Labs LLC is proud to offer Passion Fruit Juice Powder manufactured at our industrial plant in Brazil.
Passion Fruit Juice Powder from The Green Labs is elaborated with raw material originating from Brazil. It is processed with the best of post-harvest techniques to strengthen the quality of its flavor, aroma, and valuable phytochemicals that provide its nutraceutical properties.
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