Passion fruit (Passiflora endulis) is cultivated commercially in tropical and subtropical areas for its sweet and seedy fruit.
The fruit is both eaten and juiced. They are a pepo, a type of berry, round to oval, with a soft to firm, juicy interior filled with numerous seeds.
Passion fruit juice is often added to other juices to enhance the aroma. This fruit is a good source of nutrients, especially fiber, vitamin A, vitamins B and
- FLAVOR: Unique, intense, aromatic flavor characteristics and the juice is slightly acidic and musky.
- TEXTURE: Juicy, tender membranous sac filled with pulpy juice and seeds
- COLOR: Purple fruits are smaller, weighing around 35 grams while yellow fruits are closer to 80
- SHAPE: Spherical to ovoid
- WEIGHT: 35-80 gr
- RIPENING CLUES: Deep red-purple and light green-yellow blush with a light green background.