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Papaya is perceived to provide you with a solid boost in wellness. Food to Live’s Papaya Fruit Powder is an excellent and convenient alternative to fresh fruit, available to fulfill your needs on both culinary and nutrition sides. Despite some companies using only juice, our Papaya Powder is produced from actual whole fruit by a spray-dried method. Approximately 4 parts of raw papaya were taken to receive 1 part of papaya powder.Papaya Powder’s nutritional value
There are many reasons why you should include more Dried Papaya Powder in your meals. It is jam-packed with carotenoids – antioxidants that reduce inflammation and lower the risks of illnesses. It is also loaded with fiber, vitamins A and C, which maintain heart health and digestion. Moreover, it contains microelements like Folate, Potassium, Iron, Calcium, E, and B vitamins.How to use Papaya Powder for cooking
Ripe Papaya Powder has a unique taste, its deliciously sweet and piquant at the time. Reap the benefits of papaya powder by sprinkling it over your desserts, oatmeal, and ice cream. Mix a pinch of it into your smoothies, water, tea, juice, milkshakes, and even coffee. Papaya powder is also a popular ingredient in baking, as it can bring bright color and tropical flavor to your cakes, cookies, pies, cupcakes, and muffins. Being a natural tenderizer, papaya powder is often used to cook tough meat. Moreover, you may use Papaya Powder for face masks and scrubs. It is well-known in modern cosmetics for its effective exfoliating and purifying properties.
Mind, that the general daily dose is 1 teaspoon, while it’s also recommended to take a break after 1 week of eating it consistently.Storage tips
As long as bulk Papaya Powder is stored in a dry cool place, it preserves freshness for up to 1.5 years. Use the airtight container so the powder is protected from humidity.Ingredients: PAPAYA POWDER, MALTODEXTRINStorage Time: Up to 1.5 yearsCountry of Origin: ChinaPackaged in: the USAStore in: Cool, Dry PlaceAllergy Info: Packaged in a Facility That Also Processes Tree Nuts, Wheat, and Sesame