About the product:
The jackfruit is a species of tree in the fig, mulberry, and breadfruit family. A jackfruit is large with a green or yellow and spiky rind; it has thick, yellow flesh and edible seeds and pods. The flesh has a sweet, distinctive flavour, which some describe as a cross between banana and pineapple. It’s used ripe and unripe. Ripe jackfruit has a very chewy, stringy texture and unique, tropical flavour with a sweet taste (depending on variety) and is more often used for various desserts or to eat raw. Whereas unripe or young green jackfruit is off-white in colour and almost neutral in flavour. Due to its fibrous texture, it’s used as a low-carb, vegan meat substitute for sweet or savoury dishes, it’s also used to make other delicious dishes in its own.
The cut fruit should be stored in the refrigerator and can be kept for up to five to six days.
Country of origin: India