Mangoes R Us Farm

Organic Passionfruit - Australian


Fresh Certified Organic Passionfruit , gorgeous flavour, juicy and bursting with flavour.

Portions: Various weights available

If any of the passionfruit only have a meagre amount of pulp and juice inside, or you are not happy with them please let us know and we can refund immediately.

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Slice in half and eat immediately, or add to your favourite juices, cakes, muffins or mix with yoghurt. Super fresh flavour and plenty of juice from each passionfruit...ohh and the smell...mmmm.

Farmers: Russell River Valley 

Look to impress this festive season, with an organic dairy free dessert, layer fresh mango slices, then coconut yoghurt blobs, then drizzle passionfruit across the top...picture below..

May be its time to dust off grandma's cook book and produce the showstopping..Passionfruit Spongecake...with passionfruit icing..another photo below..

A recipe link in case grandma is at bingo...

Farmers: Iona Farm - Certified Australian Biodynamic (Premium organic)

The passionfruits in season at the moment include the normal purple variety.

Passion fruit is an intriguing and mysterious fruit that has a surprising number of health and medicinal benefits for those fruit lovers who add it to their diet.

Nutritional Value of Passion Fruit

The long list of health benefits commonly attributed to passion fruit is due to the nutrient, mineral, and vitamin content of the fruit, which includes antioxidants, flavonoids, vitamin A, vitamin C, riboflavin, niacin, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, copper, fiber, and protein. The percentages of many of the vitamins and minerals are shockingly high, and passion fruit is a great addition to the diet that can result in a number of amazing health benefits.

Since ancient times, passion fruit has been cultivated and enjoyed because of the belief that it provides a boost to the immune system. Although this was unknown to most people until modern times that this immune strengthening property was due to the presence of vitamin C, carotene, and cryptoxanthin. In fact, a single serving of passion fruit (100 grams) provides about 30 mg of vitamin C. All of these vitamins act as antioxidants, which scavenge free radicals from the body and neutralize them before they can harm the organ systems and result in conditions like cancer, heart disease, or premature aging. Furthermore, vitamin C stimulates the activity of white blood cells and the rest of the immune defense system, thereby protecting you from common illnesses and serious diseases at the same time.