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Papaya Pulp

The Fruit

The Papaya (Carica papaya) is a long bulbous fruit with a point at the broad end. This large fruit has a thin greenish skin, which encloses a yellowish orange to pinkish red coloured flesh. The centre of the fruit is a hallow with nestle black rounded seeds.

General Description

The Papaya is a common tropical fruit in India, often grown in family gardens. The Papaya tree is unusual in structure as it consists of a very narrow straight trunk with no bark. The product Papaya Pulp is extracted from sound, full ripe papaya fruit, after blanching peeling, removing seeds and passing through 0.7mm sieve maintaining the essential composition and quality characteristics of natural papaya.


The Papaya is widely consumed as a table fruit particularly at breakfast and as a dessert. The pulp along with cream also makes an excellent breakfast drink. It is widely used in jams, mixed fruit drink, baby foods, and confectionery in ice cream and yoghurt.

Specification of Papaya Pulp
Physical, Chemical and Organoleptic Characteristics


T.S.S. ( Brix) 101
Acidity (% as C/A) Min 0.4
pH < 4.00
Brix Acid Ratio 25
Additives Citric Acid
Pesticide residue Absent
Colour Reddish yellow
Flavour Characteristic
Taste Characteristic

Microbial Characteristics

T.P.C. CFU/g < 50
Yeast CFU/g < 50
Mould CFU/g < 10

Average Composition of pulp (Per 100gm)

Edible Portion (%) 75.00
Moisture (gm) 86 .00
Protein (gm) 0.60
Fat (gm) 0.10
Minerals (gm) 0.50
Fibre (gm) 0.80
Carbohydrates (gm) 11.20
Energy (K.CaI) 32.00
Calcium (mg) 17.00
Phosphorus (mg) 13.00
Iron (mg) 0.50
Vitamin C (mg) 57.00
Vitamin B (mg) 0.49
Vitamin A (g) 666.00
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