Dried jackfruit without sugar, 150 g

Dried jackfruit without sugar, 150 g


Country of origin:

Sun Frost, Sri Lanka

Brief description:

Dried jackfruit (kanoon or Indian breadfruit).

  • without sugar, preservatives and dyes
  • 100% organic

The latest technologies made it possible to preserve not only the taste and unusual aroma of jackfruit but also all its useful properties.

The scientific name of jackfruit is Artocarpus heterophyllus. This is a tropical fruit that is grown in Asia, Africa and South America. It belongs to the same plant family as figs and mulberries.

What does jackfruit taste like?

The pulp is yellow, fibrous, aromatic, smells like a banana, tastes like something between mango, pineapple, peach and banana. Along with the smell of exotic fruits, the bouquet has a light, almost imperceptible shade of artificiality, close to the smell of acetone (if you have ever tried very ripe bananas or melon – this shade is well known to you).

Ripe fruits contain from 30 to 40% edible pulp, they are very nutritious and contain about 40% carbohydrates (starch) – more than in bread. That’s why (and because of its cheapness) jackfruit is called “bread for the poor” in India. The seeds are also nutritious and contain 38% carbohydrates, 6.6% proteins and 0.4% fats; they are most often roasted and eaten like chestnuts.

Use in cooking
  • Dried jackfruit can be used as a delicacy or added to various desserts and ice cream
  • add to sweet and salty cereals, curry or stew
  • prepare an interesting filling for pies
  • stuff them with chicken, which will give the meat an exotic spicy aroma and sweetness

Fresh, ripe jackfruit has a sweet tropical fruit flavor that is good as a snack or added to sweet dishes. This is a healthy dessert on its own or in a smoothie. Ripe fruits are eaten fresh, made into marmalade, jelly, and candied.

When unripe, jackfruit has a neutral flavor that pairs well with spicy dishes. You can use unripe jackfruit in vegetarian curries and in place of tofu or chickpeas. But jackfruit’s biggest claim to fame is its ability to imitate barbecued meat.

Jackfruit’s chewy texture makes it a good vegan substitute for pork or chicken. It has less than 3 grams of protein per cup of product, much less than meat. Keep this in mind when considering protein sources in your diet

Properties / Characteristics

100% pure organic product made from the pulp of fresh jackfruit after drying.

Energy and nutritional value per 100 g: 95 kcal
proteins – 1.7 g
fats – 0.7 g
carbohydrates – 24 g

Jackfruit also contains vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals that have health benefits. Of the trace elements, jackfruit contains the most iron, it also contains zinc, copper, manganese and selenium.
Potassium – 303 mg
Vitamin C
Pyridoxine (vitamin B6)
Niacin (vitamin B3)
Riboflavin (vitamin B2)
Folic acid (vitamin B9)

Health benefits of jackfruit

In addition to being a great alternative to meat, this fruit’s combination of potassium, fiber, and antioxidants may benefit heart health. Potassium fights the negative effects of sodium on blood pressure, and fiber helps lower cholesterol.

  • These fruits are useful for the work of the gastrointestinal tract, the fibers contained in them contribute to the normalization of the intestinal microflora
  • Jackfruit is rich in vitamin C, flavonoids and lignans, plant compounds that work together to fight inflammation
  • Has anti-cancer properties due to the fact that it contains phytonutrients – isoflavonoids, saponins and lignans
  • Jackfruit has a low glycemic index (GI), which means that its consumption should not significantly affect blood glucose levels, as it does with other dried fruits.
  • Reduces nervous tension and fatigue, increases work capacity
  • In folk medicine, jackfruit is valued for its antimicrobial and antifungal properties
  • It has a positive effect on the state of the liver and reduces the manifestations of intoxication

However, you should not eat this fruit in large quantities, because it has laxative properties.

Precautions for use

Jackfruit can be harmful in case of individual intolerance and allergy to any of its components.

If you are allergic to latex or birch pollen, avoid jackfruit.

Jackfruit is high in potassium, which in excess can be harmful to people with chronic kidney disease (CKD) or acute kidney failure.

Also, people who are not used to this type of food, after tasting jackfruit for the first time, may get an upset stomach.

Interesting facts about jackfruit
  • The jackfruit tree is used to build large houses, as well as to make furniture and musical instruments, as the wood is famous for its durability and beautiful golden color
  • In 19th century, the yellow dye obtained from the skin and trunk of the jackfruit tree was a highly valued trade product. In Thailand, it was used to dye silk, cotton and monks’ clothing.
  • Latex is also extracted from the trunk of the tree, which is contained in the fruit itself and in the leaf, and has excellent viscosity; it makes a very high-quality glue.
  • The jackfruit tree is believed to bring good luck, as its Thai name means “support, help”. That is why these trees are planted in many gardens near houses.
  • Due to its copper-green color (and copper is considered a magical metal in folklore), jackfruit seeds have talismanic properties that protect the host from gunshot wounds and wounds caused by sharp objects.

150 г


Gluten free, Low glycemic index, Organic


In cooking, Ayurveda

Storage conditions

1 year from the date of manufacture in a dry, well-ventilated place in a closed package.


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