The Sustainability Flower
The Sustainability Flower is the core of our business. Every Nature & More grower has a personal Sustainability Flower. It points the way to a greener and more social economy. More info here.
The Tropical Wonders range of Nature & More was launched in 2014 as a new selection of delicious exotic organic fruits and vegetables from around the globe. Meet the growers behind our Tropical Wonders here!
The orange granadilla has a sweet and sour flavour and belongs to the family of passion fruits, along with the yellow maracuja and the traditional purple passion fruit. Granadilla is commonly eaten by itself. However, it makes a wonderful jelly, pie filling or cake frosting. Seeds with the surrounding juice sacs are also often added to fruit salads.
Wonderful sweet exotic fruit that can be used for a wide range of juices, desserts and much more! The fruit has a sweet flavour, sweeter than the red pitahaya and tastes a little like a melon.
Papaya is a big tropical fruit originating from Central America and now grown all around the world. Green or yellow on the outside The orange meat is sweet and has little acidity. Lemon or lime juice is great to enhance the taste. Apart from eating it fresh, it’s also great in salads and marinades (it contains an enzyme that breaks down protein so it tenderizes meats). The seeds have a peppery taste and can be eaten in savoury dishes.
Lemongrass gives a wonderful lemony aroma to dishes without making them sour. It’s great in stir-fry, stews, Thai cuisine or tea. In addition to its culinary usage, lemongrass offers a wide array of medicinal benefits and is in extensive demand due to its antimicrobial properties across Southeast Asia, as well as the African and American continents.
Our organic dates are not sweetened artificially. Dates are the traditional token of hospitality in the middle east. They contain a lot of fibre and phytonutrients. Our dried organic Medjool dates are considered the king of dates, while the fresh yellow Barhi dates are a special treat for the connoisseur; you can eat them in different stages of ripeness.