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If you’ve never tasted the seasonal, tropical fruit, Dragon fruit, then shame on you! But luckily for you, Chef Ralph Pagano will tell us all about this delicious seasonal fruit, in his QuickBytes. And here’s just a taste: Dragon Fruit is loaded with vitamins and minerals. It’s also low in calories and does not contain complex carbohydrates. And the red variety of Dragon fruit contains lycopene – a natural antioxidant known to fight cancer and heart disease. So be sure to join Chef Pagano in the kitchen, as he whips us some tasty recipes. He’s using Dragon fruit — courtesy of a South Florida based grower — J&C Tropicals. This third-generation, family-owned produce company grows, packs, imports, and distributes tropical roots, fruits and vegetables—WORLDWIDE! They’ve been around for over 50-years. And besides South Florida, Dragon fruit is also grown in South and Central America, Mexico, South-East Asia and Israel. Tune-in to QuickBytes and help Chef Pagano slay the Dragon fruit.

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