The pitahaya is a fruit with a bright yellow skin and has inside white, juicy pulp that contains tiny black seeds. This pulp can be best eaten raw and chilled and the fruit has a sweet, delicate taste.
A weird fact about the fruit: they grow only when it is dark. There are various ways of packing yellow pitahaya’s, for more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The pitahaya is an oval shaped, pink or yellow fruit. The fruit grows on a climbing plant and has thorns that are removed at harvesting. The thick, scaly skin of the fruit has led to its other common name of dragon fruit. The yellow pitahaya is smaller than the red variety.
The red pitahaya is a native of Central and South America.