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Red Dragon Frozen Fruit Cubes
- 100% Organic Red Dragon Fruit cut into cubes for a delicious addition to your smoothie or bowl.
- Enjoy a refreshing flavor similar to a mix between a kiwi and a pear.
- Good source of fiber, iron, potassium & magnesium.
Organic red dragon fruit
What is Pitaya?
Want to know a secret? Pitaya is just the native name for dragon fruit (or strawberry pear).
Common in Hispanic and Asian specialty stores, this oval-shaped fresh fruit is native to South America. Read more about pitaya here.
What is the difference between Pitaya and Açaí?
Both Pitaya and Açaí are tropical fruits with tasty flavor profiles and plenty of nutrients. However, there are a few key differences between the two (in this case, it isn’t apples to oranges). You can read more about their differences here.
What are the nutritional benefits of Pitaya?
Light yet nutritious, pitaya is a tasty addition to the base of your food pyramid. Toss raw or frozen pitaya onto your plate (or bowl) to reap a few of its possible perks:
Macronutrients– A 100 gram serving of pitaya has 60 calories, nearly 86% coming from carbs.
Vitamins & minerals– Pitaya’s superpower? A high dose of magnesium (about 10% per serving of the recommended daily intake). Pitaya flesh also offers a small amount of iron and vitamin B2, as well as antioxidants like flavonoids and hydroxycinnamates.
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Where to Buy Our Organic Pitaya Packets
There’s no need to trek across the world. Our pitaya products can be found at sambazon.com or any major retailer, including Costco, Whole Foods Market, Target, Safeway, Publix, Kroger, and Albertsons. Stock up and save lots by keeping these Dragon Fruit must haves on hand.