In India, passion fruit was introduced in the early part of the twentieth century in the Nilgiris, Coorg, and Malabar areas of southern India. It grows well in warm & sunny places In India it is found to be growing wild in many parts of Western Ghat such as Nilgiris, Wayanad, Kodaikanal, Malabar as well as Himachal Pradesh and the North Eastern States like Manipur, Nagaland, and Mizoram. It is cultivated commercially in tropical and subtropical areas for its sweet, seedy fruit.
Passion fruit is commonly grown in northeastern states.In India, it’s popularly known as “Krishna fal” or hybrid variant “kavery” in Hindi. Yellow and kavery are mostly cultivated in India.availability of passion fruit are May-June and September-October. We procure the superior quality of fruits from our well-known farmers and export them to various countries. It has varieties like Purple Passion Fruit Yellow Passion Fruit, Kaveri Hybrid Passion Fruit.
Passion Fruit we are exporting is very fresh, has a unique flavor and aroma & high medicinal and nutritional properties. Fruit contains orange-colored pulpy juice with large numbers of small, hard, dark brown to black pitted seeds. It’s used to make fruit juices and concentrate. This juice is delicious and has an excellent flavor. It is well known for its blending quality. Fruits contain a good proportion of reducing and non-reducing sugars and acids.
Fruits are rich with vitamins A, C, and minerals such as sodium, magnesium, sulfur, and chlorides. It also has iron, which increases hemoglobin in our blood cells. Passion fruit is a cancer-protective.Also, it helps in regulating thyroid activity, treats urinary problems, boosts the immune system, improves the heart’s health. Passion fruit promotes peaceful sleep, reduces blood pressure, offers relief to the asthma patient.
It’s loaded with fiber, minerals, and many other essential nutrients, so it’s a very good fruit for an expecting mom to promote fetal growth and development.