Pitaya Foods Organic Dragon Fruit Freeze Dried Powder 4oz
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Incredibly stunning dragon fruit powder is a superfruit that's not only bright in color, but also brilliant when it comes to healthy benefits! Loaded with vitamin C and magnesium, fiber for a healthy gut, and the essential mineral potassium, red dragon fruit boldly boasts these nutrients and more.
Pitaya Foods, formally known as Pitaya Plus, started their mission after first being introduced to pitaya (a.k.a. dragon fruit) in Nicaragua. Caring about quality, whole foods, they've been spearheading USDA organic certification for hundreds of pitaya farms. Using sustainable farming and packaging, Pitaya Foods freeze dried dragon fruit powder is a nutrient dense pick for better quality and better health.
Made from only 100% real fruit, this vivid freeze dried fruit powder means no fillers and no gums are ever added. There's no maltodextrin either. Just pure, delicious dragon fruit goodness—mildly sweet and bursting with beautiful magenta.
So grab a bag or two and enjoy pink pitaya powder in your smoothies and smoothie bowls, naturally colorful cocktails, homemade popsicles, pretty frosting recipes, and fruit dips. It's also a conversation worthy addition sprinkled over nice cream or included in party punch. Pitaya Foods dragon fruit is illuminating plant power!
- Dairy Free
- Gluten Free
- Single Ingredient
- Sustainably Sourced
- No Sugar Added
- No Artificial Colors, Flavors, or Preservatives
INGREDIENTS: Organic Red Dragon Fruit with Seeds.
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Fantastic flavor Well worth the price. A little spoonful goes a long way for many uses per bag. So fruity and clean!!!! One of my new favorite ingredients😍
Bright, delicious - always gets comments when I include it in salad dressings for its unique flavor or cake frosting.
I love pink pitaya powder 💖
This is fantastic in everything it seems! Added to smoothies? Yes, obviously. But also delicious in homemade vinaigrettes I've been experimenting with lately and all sorts of homemade veggie marinades. YUMMM
Just the perk up this winter needed!