Kent Mango Nutrition Facts

By Elise Wong on Thursday,April 7th, 2016 in News. No Comments


Kent Mangoes are one of the best kept secrets of the mango world. They are flavorful and relatively string-free. Kent Mangoes are one of the best varieties available in the States. Known for their fiber-less meat, they are often misjudged as being green because they don’t show as much color as other varieties when ripe. Selection […]

Sunkist Barnfield Navel Orange Nutrition Facts

By Elise Wong on Monday,April 4th, 2016 in News. No Comments


In season: November — June About: Navel oranges are named for the small, navel-like formation on their blossom end. Refreshingly sweet and juicy, Navel oranges have a pleasant floral aroma. The slightly thick skin peels easily, revealing a bright orange, seedless interior. Navel oranges are available from November through June Health benefits: – Rich in […]

Korean Strawberry Nutrition Facts

By Elise Wong on Monday,April 4th, 2016 in News. No Comments


Strawberry season in Korea takes place between March and April. With their bright red color, sweet flavor, and mouth-watering aroma, strawberries are always a big hit. They also have various medicinal benefits. Nutrition facts: Great Source of Vitamin-A, Vitamin-C, Vitamin-E, Vitamin-K,Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc and Iron. Health Benefits: – Helps burn stored fat – Boost short term memory […]

Australia Gold Kiwi Nutrition Facts

By Elise Wong on Monday,April 4th, 2016 in News. No Comments


Golden kiwi fruits have a tropical citrus flavour that some people say taste almost melon like. It is much sweeter than the green species, although it has the slight tang of sour. Its flesh is almost silky smooth, juicy and has the occasional crunch of the seeds, whilst the yellow/white centre is the slightest bit […]

Australia Honey Belle Pear Nutrition facts

By Elise Wong on Monday,April 4th, 2016 in News. No Comments


  All around the globe people are claiming Honey Belle to be the ‘sweetest wonder of the world’. Honey Belle pears are petite green fruits with a vibrant red flush. The small pears have a typical pyriform shape, with a wider bottom narrowing at the neck and a short, dark stem. They are naturally sweet […]

Cara Cara Navel Orange Nutrition Facts

By Elise Wong on Friday,March 18th, 2016 in News. No Comments


They look just like a normal orange on the outside (you know…they’re orange!), but the inside is this gorgeous pink color. ABOUT With 20% more Vitamin C and nearly 30% more Vitamin A than regular Navel oranges, Sunkist has branded the Cara Cara Navel as The Power Orange®. Cara Cara Navel oranges are known for […]

Blueberry Nutrition Facts

By Elise Wong on Friday,March 11th, 2016 in News. No Comments


Sweet, juicy blueberries are rich in natural pro-anthocyanin pigment anti-oxidants. These tiny, round blue-purple berries have long been attributed to the longevity and wellness of indigenous people living around subarctic regions in the Northern hemisphere. Health benefits of blueberries 1) Blueberries are very low in calories. 100 g fresh berries carry just 57 calories. Nonetheless, […]

October Sun Plum Nutrition Facts

By Elise Wong on Friday,March 11th, 2016 in News. No Comments


October Sun have a fantastic juicy sweet taste and are a popular late plum. Nutrition facts: Great Source of Vitamin-A, Vitamin-C, Vitamin-E, Vitamin-K, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Calcium and Copper. Health Benefits: – Lower cholesterol and prevents cardiovascular – Prevent Cancer – Lower GI (Glycemic Index) – Protects against oxygen radical – Protect against macular degeneration […]

Sapodilla Nutrition Facts

By Elise Wong on Friday,March 11th, 2016 in News. No Comments


The flesh with soft brown of the sapodilla tastes a bit like a sweet mix of brown sugar and root beer!!!! Health Benefits of Sapodilla 1) Chiku is rich in dietary fibre, may be used as a good natural laxative, aid in digestion thus relieves from indigestion and constipation. 2) The anti-inflammatory properties of tannins […]

Oranges Nutrition Facts

By Elise Wong on Tuesday,March 1st, 2016 in News. No Comments


Oranges are among the world’s most popular fruits. Also called sweet oranges, they grow on orange trees  and belong to a large group of fruits known as citrus fruits. Their true origin is a mystery, but the cultivation of oranges is thought to have started in eastern Asia thousands of years ago. Today, they are […]