Bulk Diced Papaya
$39 – $94Dimensions: N/A
5% OFF 100 Pounds or more & 10% OFF 200 Pounds or more
Ingredients: Papaya, Sugar, Sulphur Dioxide, FD And C Yellow 5, and FD And C Yellow 5.
At Wholesale Nuts And Dried Fruits, we are well known for supplying tropical paradise fruits at wholesale prices. Our bulk diced papaya are no exception. They are delightfully orange in color, sweet, and guaranteed to leave the taste of the tropics on your tongue. Dried papaya make a healthy snack on their own, or you can add them to some of your favorite dishes to make your meals more interesting.
About Our Bulk Diced Papaya
Papaya trees are thought to have their origin in southern Mexico and Central America. Thousands of years ago. So, it found its first cultivation in present-day Mexico.
Papaya trees are highly sensitive to temperatures below -2 degrees centigrade. Therefore, it makes them unable to grow in climates that have frosts in the colder months. Today, Brazil and India are the major players in the papaya production game. Together, they produce over half of the world’s total tropical fruit. As of 2018, there has been a global production was 13.3 million tons of papaya,
Our bulk diced papaya will put a smile on your face with its vibrant orange color.
- They are bite-sized and ideal for snacking upon.
- We also recommend mixing them with our diced pineapple and adding them to oatmeal or yogurt. This will give you a sweet tropical breakfast in the morning.
- Papaya also finds homes in several baked goods. So, if you find yourself wanting to spice up your baking with tropical flavor and color – add papaya.
You can store our dried bulk diced papaya in a cool, dark pantry. Or, you can also store them in your refrigerator for six to twelve months. Alternatively, you may opt to freeze them. In the freezer, they will stay fresh for up to eighteen months.
Papaya is an excellent source of antioxidants and both soluble and insoluble dietary fiber. They also contain healthy amounts of folic acid and vitamin C with trace amounts of other essential nutrients.