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All- natural, dried pineapple rings without additives.

Our dried pineapple rings are untreated natural goods.


A Tropical Paradise for your tastebuds and well-being

The delicious fruit rings not only taste good...

... It also provides our body with important minerals, vitamins, trace elements and more.

Our dried version kept those vitamins and aromas well preserved and are waiting for you to explore them.


Our pineapple rings reached their ripeness when the fruit was harvested.

An unforgettable taste from Costa Rica.

The precious pineapple enzyme. called bromelain, is still active.

To keep the bromelain well preserved, the pineapples are not harshly heated up to dry.

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Pineapple rings, dried, sliced, non treated, all-natural    250g
Without additives, very fruity-aromatic natural product from Costa Rica.
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Pineapple rings, dried, sliced, non treated, all-natural,  1 Kg
Without additives, very fruity-aromatic natural product from Costa Rica.
The pineapple is rich in vitamins and minerals. When you enjoy pineapple comes a rounded combination of enzymes, minerals, vitamins and phytochemicals for development.
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Dried pineapple rings.

Untreated natural goods.

Without additives.



A Tropical Paradise for your tastebuds and well-being

The delicious fruit not only tastes good...

... It also provides our body with important minerals, vitamins, trace elements and more.

If the pineapple is ripe, its light to golden yellow flesh tastes aromatic and sweet and sour.

Our dried version kept those aromas all well and are waiting for you to explore them.



Our pineapple rings reached their ripeness when the fruit was harvested.

An unforgettable taste from Costa Rica.

The precious pineapple enzyme. called bromelain, is still active.

To keep the bromelain well preserved, the pineapples are not harshly heated up to dry.



An all-natural and very fruity-aromatic raw-super-food.

The pineapple is rich in vitamins and minerals.

Pineapples contain enzymes, minerals, vitamins, and phytochemicals for the body's development.

Well, and calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, iron, (natural) iodine and zinc, too.



Origin of the pineapple

The tropical fruit feels mainly at home in Brazil.

To be precise, in the regions of Paraguay and southern Brazil.

From there, it conquered Central Americas and the West Indies.



The history of pineapple

Christopher Columbus allegedly made the exotic fruit in Guadeloupe in 1493 when the natives gave him pineapple as a welcome gift.

The spread of pineapples around the world was promoted by the Portuguese, who brought pineapples to India in the mid-16th century.


In the 18th and 19th centuries, Frenchmen and Englishmen, in particular, bred the fruits in greenhouses.

When whole Caribbean pineapple plants were shipped to Europe in the 19th century, they became available in larger quantities, making them much more affordable.



Botany

Pineapples belong to the family Bromeliaceae.

The herbaceous plant is rooted in the soil.

His thick bodies are up to 80 inches long and six inches wide.


They form the leaf head or the rosette, in which rainwater collects.

This water reservoir serves as a nutrient reservoir for the pineapple.

Therefore, the pineapple plant can thrive well in nutrient-poor or dry areas.


The self-pollinated, white to reddish-purple flowers develop at the age of 12 to 20 months and grow from the rosette, from which the fruit is formed.


The berry fruit association counted nearly 200 subspecies of the pineapple.


When the pineapple is ripe, it tastes fruity-aromatic and sweet-sour.

It has a golden color.

The exotic fruit grows in a tropical, partially subtropical climate.



Pineapple season

The pineapple is available all year round.

It comes mainly from Costa Rica.

It is also imported from Ecuador, Ivory Coast, South Africa, Honduras, Brazil, and Ghana.



Storage of pineapple

Dry.

Keep away from air.

Do not store too cold.

Do not wrap in aluminum foil.



Tips

Caution with dairy products.

The protein-splitting enzyme bromelain leads in combination with dairy products to a bitter taste.



Dried pineapple rings in the kitchen

Dried pineapple rings taste good in fruit desserts, in fruit salads, in cakes or in chutneys and curries.




Nutritional navigation



Ingredients

Dried pineapple rings.



Pineapple contains the enzyme bromelain.


Bromelain may have a beneficial effect on vitality.

He is said to be anti-inflammatory and edema-inhibiting.

In addition, the Exotic provides 20 milligrams of vitamin C per 100 grams.

This amount is equivalent to about one-fifth of the daily needs of an adult.


Anannas contains many minerals and trace elements.

Among others: calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, zinc.

Calcium is important for the bones.

Iron is good for blood formation.



Quality

Raw food quality



Origin

Costa Rica



AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUE per 100g

ENERGY (in KJ) 1297.8

ENERGY (in kcal) 309

PROTEIN 2 g

CARBOHYDRATES 79.8 g - THEREOF SUGAR 62.3 g

FAT 0.5 g

SATURATED FATTY ACIDS 0.2 g

DIETARY FIBER 5,7 g


Minerals – all in milligrams

Sodium (Na)

2

Potassium (K)

180

Calcium (Ca)

15

Magnesium (Mg)

15

Phosphate (P)

9

Iron (Fe)

0.4

Zinc (Zn)

0.2


Vitamins

Beta carotene (μg)

60

Vitamin E (mg)

0.1

Vitamin B1 (mg)

0.08

Vitamin B2 (mg)

0.03

Vitamin B6 (mg)

0.08

Folic acid (μg)

4

Vitamin C (mg)

20



Dried fruit pralines

with pineapple and apricots



> This recipe works also with others of our dried fruits.

The choice is all yours!



>> We have a variety of ingredients that you need for this recipe in our shop available for you.



Ingredients

200 g of cocoa chips

450 g of sugar

250 g of pineapple rings; dried

250 g apricots; dried

60 g almonds; without skin



Preparation

1. Melt the cocoa chips in a water bath, add the sugar and continuously stir gently.

2. Allow cooling again until the cocoa mass is almost solidified.

3. Slightly heat up again.

4. Cut the pineapple rings into trapezoidal pieces.

5. Dip the pineapple pieces and the dried pineapple rings halfway into the molten cocoa mass.

6. Press down an almond on the apricots.

7. Let the pralines dry on a chocolate grid and allow to cool.

8. Store in the fridge and always serve chilled.



As well tasty with other fruits!

There are no limits to your creativity.


Of course, you can also prepare these pralines with other types of dried fruits.

For example with apple rings or dried banana pieces.


Or soak raisins with rum and dip them completely into the liquid cocoa mass.

This tastes really great for the generation over 18.


And if you want them to have a bit of variety in color,

You can also use white chocolate chips for this recipe.


Then stir a little palmin, palm fat or coconut oil under the cocoa mass.

It is so supple and shines much more beautiful.

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