sweet & juicy


This large citrus fruit with smooth, pale yellow skin is a member of the grapefruit family. The fruit can be anything up to 30 cm in size. The pomelo has a lightly bitter taste but is sweeter than the grapefruit. Pomelo is also known as Chinese grapefruit. It is a wonderfully refreshing fruit that is becoming ever more popular!

Origin Origin

The pomelo originates from China, Thailand and Malaysia, where it grows on trees as much as 15 m high. Our pomelos come from China, Vietnam, Israel, South Africa and Thailand.

Taste Taste

The pomelo is ripe when the skin is yellow, and is eaten raw. The flesh is firm and juicy and has a tart, slightly bitter flavour but is sweeter than a grapefruit.

Use pomelo? Use

The pomelo is eaten raw. You can eat the flesh on its own, but it is also delicious in salads, desserts, smoothies and juices.

Storage Storage

Pomelos can be stored in the refrigerator for at least a week.

Tip Pomelo tip!

Try pomelo for breakfast: delicious with yogurt or cottage cheese.

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Nutritional value pomelo Nutritional value

  per 100 gr
Energy (kcal) 43kcal
Energy (kJ) 184kJ
Carbohydrates 9,5 g
of which sugars 7,5 g
Fat 0,2 g
of which saturates 0 g
Fibre 1,5 g
Protein 0 g
Sodium 1 mg
Vitamin C 86 mg

Growing areas Growing areas

Growing areas Pomelo

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Tips for preparing Pomelo.

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