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Acai

Acai
General:
Acai is a type of palm tree that is usually found in the lower amazons, in particular in the brazilian state of para. The palm trees, which grow in bushes, can reach a height of 25 M. their olive green leaves are large; the numerous blossoms are yellow and every plant produces around 3-6 KG fruit a year.
In former times, the acai berries were only an important component of the diet of the population in the flood lands of the lower amazons. AT the end of the nineties, acai enjoyed a boom fired by the fitness and lifestyle oriented population of the large brazilian cities. As a component of healthy natural diets and thanks to the development of new innovative products, acai has also found its way into the european market.
The fruit:
This fruit is purple and almost black when fully ripe and is 1 to 1. 4 CM in size. The acai berries are distinguished by their high content of calcium and iron, vegetable fats and proteins. Also, IT is rich in anthocyanin that has an anti-oxidative effect on the body.
Application:
The tropical exciting taste is slightly acidic and nutty and is ideal for combining with more established flavours such as banana OR orange. The fruit purees and juice concentrates available from tropextrakt are ideal for ice cream dishes OR yoghurt and refreshment drinks.
Tropextrakt also offers the whole acai fruit product range: the fruit flakes can be used for energy bars, chocolate OR baked goods. The extract and aroma can be used in fruit and chewing gums.

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