Naturally Ripened Fresh Satsuma Plum Fruit - 1kg
Enjoy fresh and naturally ripened plum fruits from the pristine hills of Northeast India. The fruit of “Satsuma” has green skin mottled with maroon and ripens in late summer. The Japanese variety, satsuma plum fruits are sweet with a hint of tart, making it both a fresh eater as well as the perfect plum for jams and preserves. So fresh and natural you can only taste to believe it!
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Weight: 1 kg
- Naturally ripened
- Natural & Fresh
- Absolutely chemical free
- Rich in essential nutrients and minerals
- Organically grown in orchards
1. Great for Relieving constipation and digestive problems
It contains dietary fiber, sorbitol and isatin.
2. Protects your heart
A medium fresh plum contains 113 mg of potassium that helps manage high blood pressure and reduce your risk of stroke.
3. Protect against cancer and cell damage
It cleans up harmful free radicals thanks to anthocyanins, the reddish-blue pigment in some plums.
4. Prevent diabetes
Plums have a low glycemic index, so eating plums can help you control your blood sugar and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.
5. Low in Calories
This is very beneficial when dieting. Yummy, succulent plums only have 46 calories per 100 g, contain no saturated fats and are full of minerals and vitamins.
The Satsuma or Japanese variety of plums is grown on a wide variety of soils, but best with deep, well drained fertile soil. A sunny and sheltered position is preferred for planting which protects it from Spring frosts. Satsuma is partially self-fertile, though pollinators include - Santa Rosa. Satsuma plums need less winter chill and need protection from late Spring frosts so that it can also be grown in warmer regions. Diseases like Silver leaf and Bacterial blast can affect the fruit, but with careful cultural practices they normally need minimal care. The ripening time for the satsuma plums range from mid-Summer to early Autumn. The fruit is sweet with a hint of tart, making it both a fresh eater as well as the perfect plum for jams and preserves.