WhaT is Jackfruit?

It is the largest tree-borne fruit in the world. It maybe from 8 inch to 3 feet long & can weigh upto 100 lbs.

Jackfruit is such a versatile fruit that it can enjoyed during all stages of its growth.

We are not a chemistry lab

NOT ARTIFICIALLY GROWN IN A LABJackfruit is the most SUSTAINABLE NATURAL ingredient provided by Mother Nature.

Due to its natural meat mimicking texture & flavour absorbing capabilities, we do not have to create the ingredient artificially in a lab. But just take it from the jackfruit trees available locally.

YOUNG JACKFRUIT –Jackfruit in its early stages is called Young Jackfruit. It gained huge popularity due to its stringy meat like texture and the amazing capability to take on any flavour. It goes well in sandwiches, wraps, burritos, curries, stir fry, curries, pizzas etc after adding your own flavours, condiments, sauces.

Young Jackfruit Texture Closeup
Raw jack fruit

RAW JACKFRUITBefore it gets ripe, it’s called Raw Jackfruit. In southern India, unripe jackfruit slices are deep-fried to make chips. It’s also used to make a variety of Indian delicacies.

RIPE JACKFRUITRipe Jackfruit is naturally sweet, with a taste blend of mango, papaya & banana. It is a great accompaniment in custards, cakes, smoothies & desserts. 

Jackfruit Ripe Fruit 1

JACKFRUIT SEEDS – The seeds from ripe fruits have a milky, sweet taste often compared to Brazil nuts. Seeds are used as snacks (either by boiling or fire-roasting), powdered to add along with wheat flour to be used in baking or in curries.

Why is Jackfruit known as a Miracle crop?

Every part of the Jackfruit tree is useful


The FRUIT is-

LEAVES of jackfruit make good cattle feed.

STICKY LATEX substance is:- Used as glue.

WOOD from the trees :- Used as timber for making furniture & musical instruments.

jackfruit tree

Where does our Jackfruit come from?

Our Jackfruits are hand-picked from the trees in Kerala (popularly known as God’s own country), which is the southern state of India. They are collected from the farmers and households with Jackfruit trees in their back gardens. This brings an additional income to their families.

A good yield is around 150- 250 large fruits per tree annually, and a fully mature tree may produce 500 medium or small size fruits.