Brazilian Papayas: healthfulness
and flavor every day.
papaya is a typical fruit from tropical and subtropical
areas. Grown year-round, its pulp is soft and very aromatic,
with colors ranging from orange to salmon, depending
on the degree of ripeness. The skin is normally thin,
smooth and fairly tough, sticking to the pulp and with
a dark-green color that turns orange-yellow as the fruit
Brazil is the
largest grower and exporter of papayas; the largest
plantations are in the state of Espírito Santo
and in the northeastern area of the country.
of these regions makes it possible to produce, pick
and offer the consumer papayas year-round . The constant
sun and modern planting techniques (conserving the environment
by employing extremely low levels of agricultural chemicals)
make it possible to offer high quality, healthful fruit.
With their exclusive,
delicate and refreshing flavor, Brazilian papayas are
an excellent day-to-day alternative, both in their natural
state, as a dessert, or in the form of an exotic papaya
cream, for example. There is nothing tastier and healthier.
Easy to sample,
the papaya should be cut in the middle and its seeds
thrown out (its skin and seeds are not edible). The
papaya should be eaten with a spoon in its natural state.
Try adding a few drops of Brazilian lime juice and surprise
also be consumed in the form of puddings, mousses, ice-creams
and juices – made with papayas alone, or combining
then with other fruit, such as oranges. Try them.
in calories and a rich source of vitamins, calcium and
phosphorus, the papaya is one of the most easily digested
aroma and institutional qualities cause Brazilian papayas
to be increasingly preferred by consumers from the Northern
papayas as part of your daily dietary habits and give
yourself health and pleasure combined.
You can find our papayas in your country from January
to December and in Brazil as well, where we would be
very happy to welcome you.