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Pitaya Plus, Organic Freeze Dried Red Dragon Fruit Powder, USDA

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Product description

Pitaya Foods is an exotic superfood company that started with 1 fruit amp; 1 mission—produce the healthiest product possible through minimal processing and organic farming while directly supporting the communities we source from. When our founder Chuck Casano was working for a non-profit organization in Nicaragua, he came across a beautiful fruit called pitaya a.k.a. dragon fruit. Realizing the health benefits, he was determined to bring this super-fruit back to the United States. However, during his stay in Nicaragua, Chuck saw firsthand the impoverished living conditions—and knew something had to be done. He teamed up with co-founder Ben Hiddlestone to create Pitaya Foods. A company that would make a difference in the lives of local communities their products are sourced from—creating over 175 jobs for single moms, supporting over 830 farms get USDA Organic and Non-GMO verified, and by helping protect over 600 hectares from deforestation—and by providing healthy dragon fruit around the world. We source only the best quality, sustainably grown superfruits and ingredients for optimal health. Better Quality. Better Health. Dragon fruit is a super-fruit indigenous to Central America that has been eaten for hundreds of years for health and energy—it’s also found in our Organic Dragon Fruit Powder. Both unique in color and flavor, this red dragon fruit powder is bursting with mildly sweet flavor, similar to a pear, with tropical notes of berry. This magenta powder is a good source of fiber and magnesium, it’s the perfect fruit to start your day! Even use before and after your workouts for energy and muscle recovery—zero added sugar. Great for cooking, baking, desserts, drinks, and more. Enjoy in smoothies, acai bowls, agua fresca, or chia pudding. Add our freeze-dried fruit powder to a well-balanced diet to help support digestion, energy levels, and immune health—superfruits on a mission!

Pitaya Plus, Organic Freeze Dried Red Dragon Fruit Powder, USDA

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