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Fresh Soursop Leaves


May 2021

Most of our customers already know about dried and powdered soursop leaves but we’d like to tell you about fresh soursop leaves which are the most nutrient beneficial...  


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3 Soursop Cocktail Recipes You Need To Try Pronto


Dec 2020

A flowering evergreen tree indigenous to the Caribbean bears a delicious fruit that we know as soursop. The fibrous pulp of the fruit is used to make mouth-watering nectar. It leaves a mysteriously funky finish on the back of your palate, and it is highly improbable...  


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Buying and Storing Soursops: All You Need To Know


Sept 2020

Few fruits are as amazing as the humble soursop. It has the sweet fragrance of pineapples. Yet, a taste of it immediately takes us by surprise, reminding us of strawberries and apples...  Read More

4 Myths about Soursop That We Believe Are True


February 2020

The popularity of soursop has remarkably increased over time, and so the followed misconceptions and myths. And there is no denying that misinformation is more harmful than ignorance. As there have been plenty of rumors circulating about...


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Reasons Why You Should Start Consuming Soursop Tea ASAP

December 2019

Native to the tropical regions of the Caribbean and the Americas, soursop is a fruit that has reached far corners of the world because of its amazing health benefits. The fruit belongs to an evergreen tree, Annona Muricata. It can be bought in fresh and frozen form, as powder and leaves, and there are teas made from its leaves available in different flavors as...


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How to make Soursop juice – a delicious drink which you
must try


June 2019

The soursop fruit is delicious eaten just as it is, straight out of hand. However, why not try making some juice, it's equally as tasty and packed with healthy vitamins and minerals. Whilst flavours like orange and apple are very popular here in the UK, soursop juice is almost unheard of. Whether it's for taste, health benefits or to hydrate on a hot day, if you  . . .


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Preparation of Saursop Leaf Tea


April 2019

The amazing benefits of soursop leaves are well known and soursop tea has become an integral part of a healthy and clean lifestyle for many. Some still drink it just as a flavored beverage from time-to-time. The drink comes with a refreshing scent and a taste that lingers for good . . .


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Must-Try Soursop Recipes That Aren’t Tea


Oct 2020

Ever heard of a fruit called soursop? Well, if you haven’t, it is time that you do! You may think it has an abrasive appearance but it actually tastes delicious, not to forget the pretty stellar nutrition profile.  Read More

Four Lesser-Known Benefits of Soursop Leaves


June 2020

Popularly known as Graviola and Guanabana, Soursop is a tropical superfood, that grows on broadleaf, flowering trees in Southeast Asia, South America, and Africa. It’s a rich source of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, and thereby highly used to prevent several diseases.

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Why soursop?


February 2020

In many tropical regions of the world, soursop is available in abundance and the local population consumes the fruit regularly by eating the whole ripe tasty fresh fruit or making it into a delicious juice/smoothie. It's a completely routine part of the diet, just as in the UK people are accustomed to eating fruits like apples and oranges. Here in the UK...


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Health Benefits of Soursop Fruit You Are Unaware Of


October 2019

Popularly known as Graviola, Guyabano, Guanabana, and Sirsak, Soursop is a fruit majorly grown in tropical regions of America. Essentially enriched with nutrients, the soursop and its health benefits are still unknown to many. Looking at the wide range of perks, many are adding this fruit to their diet plans now . . .


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Soursop leaves


May 2019

It's not just the fresh soursop fruit which is harvested for its taste and health benefits. The soursop leaves are popular too as they are believed to offer various valuable nutrients and properties. They are oblong to oval, 8 cm to 16 cm long and 3 cm to 7 cm wide. Young leaves are light green and become glossy dark green as they mature . . .


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How Much Should You Consume Soursop Tea?


Sept 2020

Soursop is a tangy, delicious fruit that people around the world use to benefit from its nutritional value. Natives of South America have been drinking soursop tea as a medicinal drink for centuries.  Read More

The Effectiveness Of Soursop In Defeating Cancer


April 2020

Soursop is a miracle food that grows in the tropical regions of the world. This heart-shaped edible fruit is known to have many health benefits that make it worth including in your regular diet plan. This fruit may be consumed in different forms and is used to prepare syrups, candies, and more. Soursop leaves come with their own set of.

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2020 - The Year Ahead


January 2020

Firstly we’d like to wish you all a Happy New Year and to extend our thanks to all our customers for their loyalty throughout 2019. 


After a few weeks break at the start of this year, our farmers have now resumed harvesting and exporting fresh soursop fruit and leaves...


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Soursop: The Secret For Perfect Sleep


September 2019

Do you have trouble sleeping or any other health issue, which prevents you from getting a good night's sleep? Soursop, often called the miracle food and true to the name it is indeed God's gift to mankind. Known by different names across the globe, it is majorly found in some parts of africa, the caribbean, South america, and Southeast Asia. It is a great tasting fruit that has innumerable benefits of consumption, which makes it much sought-after . . .


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Organically grown Soursop – the irresistible fruit with an unforgettable flavour!


April 2019

Also referred to as Graviola, Guanábana, Soursap and Guyabano, Soursop is the fruit of Annona muricata, a broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree, native to tropical regions of the Caribbean and the Americas. Its cultivation has now spread to many other regions. Although the name would suggest that it's a sour fruit, Soursop actually . . .


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