Papaya

Papaya

The fruit of papaya grows on a papayus tree that we might better call it giant grass, since the "tree" has no woody tissue. The bark is usually greenish or yellow, while its flesh is orange, pink or red; soft, juicy and sweet. The mature fruit can be used in fresh state or it can be dried and dehydrated and sugar can be used as well as other dried fruits - for breakfast like muesli or granola and in various cakes.

Variety: 
Papaia dices natarally red coloured 8 – 10 mm, papaya dices Ø 20 – 30 mm.
Harvest: 
Oct until Feb.
Nutritional Value in 100 g Fatt Proteins Fibers
357 kcal 0,1 g 1,5 g 8 g

Nutritional source of: potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamins A and B.

Papaya is a rich source of various vitamins and minerals, among which are particularly high levels of vitamin A, folic acid and especially vitamin C and calcium. In addition, it is rich in unbreakable fibers that enhance digestion. In addition to fiber, the enzyme papain from the papaya stimulates protein digestion, appetite and enhances the antibacterial.