Dragon Fruit

Dragon Fruit is also known as Pitaya, Pithaya or Stawberry Pear. Dragon Fruit refers to the genus Selenicereus. Dragon fruit is a tropical fruit and is abundantly grown in South East Asia. The common name in English – dragon fruit – derives from the leather-like skin and scaly spikes on the fruit exterior. Depending on the variety, pitaya fruits may have sweet- or sour-tasting flesh that can be red, white, or yellow in color.

Best Season

April to October


Pink Skin with White Flesh

Pink Skin with Red Flesh

Yellow Skin with White Flesh

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Once cut, eat your dragon fruit immediately or store it in the fridge for a day or so until it begins to brown. If you'd like to slow the ripening of an uncut dragon fruit, store it in the fridge inside a plastic bag.


Blend Into Smoothies. Slice Into Salads. Make Sweet Dragon Fruit Salsa. Whip Up (Dragon) Fruit Salad. Make Dragon Fruit Ice Cream.