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our treasure for good  nutrition

The pitahaya, also known as dragon fruit because of its irregular skin and scales, is born from a type of cactus, from Central America.  The one we grow in Colombia is yellow on the outside and white pulp with seeds on the inside,  very aromatic and its flavor is very sweet and pleasant. Its pulp and seeds are edible, its skin cannot be ingested.



The idea is to store them in a cool, dry place, away from heat and direct sunlight.

A good secret is to chill it a bit before eating as this enhances its delicious flavor even more. 


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This wonderful yellow fruit is full of  antioxidants, mucilages, ascorbic acid and phenols.

It is rich in Vitamin C and vitamins of group B. Minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, iron. It is high in water, vegetable protein and soluble fiber.

The seeds, which are edible, contain beneficial fatty acids


Strengthening the immune system


its  fiber  helps regulate intestinal transit

The seeds fight constipation



The yellow pitahaya is ripe when its color is intense.
The simplest and most delicious way to eat it is to cut the fruit in half and use a spoon to scoop out the pulp and seeds. To avoid its laxative effect it is better not to chew the seeds.
It can also be prepared in salads, as well as processed into juices or jams.

The pulp can also be used for yogurts, cakes and ice cream.

availability all year

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