Fiji Red Papaya - True Pacific

By: True Pacific  06-Dec-2011

Sunrise Solo (aka Fiji Red) Papaya is characterised by its vivid orange-red flesh, sweet, musky flavour and convenient single-serve size.  Fruit is non-GMO and chemical-free.

Dubbed the Fruit of the Gods, it is also a nutritional powerhouse - An excellent source of vitamin C, folate, potassium and dietary fibre, papaya are also high in vitamins A, E and K and papain, an enzyme which helps digest proteins.

Fiji Red is the only variety that contains lycopene, a powerful antioxidant which proponents claim can help prevent cancer, heart disease, macular degeneration and other diseases and ailments. 

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