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intense flavor and surprising texture inside

Soursop is a tropical fruit with a curious appearance.

It is covered by a thin green skin, with many fine, curved and soft protrusions that resemble thorns. These bumps get shorter as the fruit ripens.

Under this strange appearance hides a delicious juicy pulp, composed of fleshy segments with inedible seeds inside.

It can measure between 20 and 30 centimeters (cm) long and weigh between 2 to 7 kilograms (kg), depending on the size, with an average weight of 4 kg

It is a true source of vitamins, mineral salts and antioxidants.

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The soursop should be kept whole in the refrigerator for a maximum of 5 days if it is at its precise point of maturity. The pulp in the freezer can last up to three months.

If the fruit is green at the time of purchase, it can be wrapped in newspaper for perfect ripening.

The pulp of the soursop is constituted mainly by water; it also provides phosphorus, iron and calcium; it has a high caloric value due to the presence of carbohydrates; It is also rich in vitamin C, A, as well as vitamins of the B complex.


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Strengthens the immune system and the nervous system 

High fiber content

Rich in antioxidants



It should be eaten ripe, when the skin is soft and of a dull green color.

Its most frequent consumption is as a whole fruit where all its nutritional properties can be used. 

It is also used as a raw material in the production of beverages, ice cream, preserves, jams ...

availability all year

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