Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya or the strawberry pear, is a beautiful tropical fruit that is sweet and crunchy. The plant the fruit comes from is actually a type of cactus of the genus Hylocereus, which includes about 20 different species. Originally popular in Southeast Asia and Latin America, dragon fruit is now grown and enjoyed all over the world. Though it may look intimidating with its pinkish red skin and light green scales, preparing this unusual fruit is easy. You can enjoy eating it in fruit salads, it can be used to create tasty drinks and desserts, and it is a wonderful, healthy snack on its own.
Sold individually. Imported form Thailand, By Sea?á
I ate dragon fruit for the first time in my life and was delicious
Amazing news! Glad you enjoyed it Milena!
Whilst the delivery time was great, much of the food has gone off after 3 days which I was not pleased about to say the least and more than a few items arrived damaged.
As for the dragonfruit, it was flavourless and not enjoyable. I purchased two and had to throw thw second one way as it got damaged in transit and began to rot. I am really upset with this whole experience as I wasted around £40 on produce that was either damaged or rotted in a matter of days, even though it was stored correctly. I don't know how every other reviews seems to say their food was delivered in perfect condition yet I managed to get produce that looked like it has gone through the wars.
Sorry to hear about this Jolene, if you could contact our customer services team via email they will be more than happy to look into this for you.
We have both positive and negative reviews from people on our site, you have received a box damaged during transit with some items that sound they potentially could've been a little older but for us to help you with this we will need you to email us
Everything I received was in ultra fresh and great quality . Produce arrived at designated time
Really pleased to hear you were happy with your order!
Perfect quality and freshness
Thank you very much!