5 A Day

The RossCo Way

It’s been in the news that actually 5 a day is just half the recommended intake – and 10 a day is a far better target when it comes to fruit and veg!

Whichever it is, RossCo is 100% behind helping us all eat better and eat fresh. We source over 50 different types of fruit, from Passion Fruits to Medjoul Dates and Physalis to Clementines, delivering exceptionally healthy benefits. Most of these can be eaten fresh or blended into something new, such as salads, deserts or perhaps a rather special cocktail!

There is really no limit to the versatility of fruit, which can compliment savoury just as well as becoming a refreshing start-the-day juice. We look forward to hearing from you and how you are taking up the Fruit Challenge! Eat More!

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At RossCo we really understand fruit and superfruit.

Superfruits are an essential part of your daily diet, they help your body stay fit and young and help your mind keep up with all the hassles of the average day.

  • ACAI BERRIES: one of the top superfoods, generally due to their incredible antioxidant properties

  • APPLES: The common apple is actually a superfruit as apples are a great source of fibre and antioxidants

  • BLUEBERRIES: These superfruits have significant beneficial effects on the function of the brain and memory

  • ORANGES: Rich in vitamin C – a single medium sized orange has enough vitamin C to cover your daily need

  • PUMPKIN: Possibly a surprise but pumpkins are fruits as well and are packed with beta-carotena and potassium

  • WATERMELON: Containing lycopene, vitamin A and vitamin C, watermelons are also very low in calories

Focus On The Dragon Fruit

From A Cactus, To Your Table

The dragon fruit is unlike any other fruit, in appearance or taste. It is produced from a fruit-bearing species of cacti, which is native to Central and South America. Today, it is commercially cultivated in Southeast Asia.

While the dragon fruit’s name might sound intimidating, it has a beautiful appearance and is delicious to eat. The fruit has bright pink or yellow skin, consisting of overlaid leaves that look like scales (which is probably how the dragon fruit got its name). Depending on the variety, the rind can be white, red or dark magenta; juicy, mildly sweet and filled with tiny, black edible seeds.

Eat the Dragon

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