Dried papaya has a unique, sweet and exotic taste and is a very healthy snack, which can wake your bored taste buds up. Its used in ice cream, yogurt, cereals and can also be eaten raw. Dried papaya can be included in the daily diet because of its rich nutritional content and exotic taste.
Dried papaya should be kept in a cool and a dry place.
Refrigeration will enhance its shelf life.
They must not be exposed to strong and pungent odors.
Dried papaya assists in rejuvenating skin and rebuilding cells in the liver, muscles and bones.
Dried papaya is exceptionally beneficial to your digestive health.
Studies have revealed that dried papaya can protect the body from colds, flu and routine coughs.
Being a rich source of fiber, dried papaya help preventing constipation, controlling blood sugar and lowering cholesterol.
Being a great source of potassium as well, it can help maintain blood pressure.
Dried papaya are also a good source of carbohydrates, which fuels our muscles and cells with energy.
Average shelf life of dried papaya is 8 months. Under cool conditions they can last upto a year.
Dried papaya has a unique sweet flavour that epitomizes exotic deliciousness. Dry papaya makes an exciting topping for ice cream, yogurt and cereal. Dried papaya contains no fat and is low in sodium. Dried papaya is credited for improving the rejuvenation of skin and for rebuilding cells in the liver, muscles and bones. Dried papaya has a myriad of nutritional benefits. Its a great source of vitamin C, beta-carotene and potassium. Besides that it is also a good source of iron, calcium and magnesium as well. Dehydrated papaya is achieved by peeling the papaya, removing the seeds and cutting the fruit into slices approximately ½ inch thick. They are then pre-treated with citric acid and then placed in a dehydrator for 12-24 hours.
Jain dry fruits ships premium quality dried papaya to its customers stationed across all parts of India.