Dragon fruit (pitaya or pitayaha) is an ovoid cactus fruit with a typically pink outer skin characterized by green- or yellow-tipped scale-like appendages. Some varieties may vary in their outer color, such as the yellow... More »

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Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya or pitahaya, is a tropical fruit with a growing season of June to late December. It is mildly sweet and low in calories. The fruit grows best close to the equator. More »

One serving of dragon fruit contains 34 percent of the daily recommended value of vitamin C, or 20.5 milligrams, according to HealWithFood.org. A very high water content leaves each 100-gram serving containing about 87 g... More »

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Dragon fruit, otherwise known as pitaya, are native to Mexico. The plant is now cultivated in locales as diverse as Cambodia, Thailand, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Indonesia and Bangladesh. More »

Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, tastes sweet and juicy with a flavor similar to kiwi, watermelon and pear. Its flesh is white with black seeds and is light-textured, similar to a melon. The rind is usually red, pink ... More »

Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya or pitahaya, is a tropical fruit with a growing season of June to late December. It is mildly sweet and low in calories. The fruit grows best close to the equator. More »

Dragon fruit can be purchased online at sites like Amazon.com, or purchased from local stores near where the fruit is usually grown. Dragon fruit is seasonal, making it more expensive during the off-season. Dragon fruit ... More »