more about jack

You probably didn't know, but jack is a fruit of all trades

types of jack

Young jackfruit

Jackfruit in its early stages is called Young Jackfruit. It gained huge popularity due to its stringy meat like texture and the amazing capability to take on any flavour. It goes well in sandwiches, wraps, burritos, curries, stir fry, curries, pizzas etc after adding your own flavours, condiments, sauces.


Ripe Jackfruit is naturally sweet, with a taste blend of mango, papaya & banana. It is a great accompaniment in custards, cakes, smoothies & desserts.


The seeds from ripe fruits have a milky, sweet taste often compared to Brazil nuts. Seeds are used as snacks (either by boiling or fire-roasting), powdered to add along with wheat flour to be used in baking or in curries.


Farmers pick the unripe Jackfruit and cut & package it within the day

Here is some facts about jack:

  • 200 of jackfruits easily grow on one tree each year
  • Jackfruit easily weigh 25 kg and he is the largest fruit in the world.
  • Jack trees is not into pesticides or chemical
  • Jack rich in fiber, magnesium, zink & potassium, and full of vitamins
  • Jack low in calories and free from fat and sodium
  • Jack tree lives on very little water

The best part...

The more jackfruit you harvest, the more that will grow on the trees.

...and the sad part

Sad to say, but 1/3 of all jackfruit goes un-eaten

...To your plate

Chunks and stripe of fresh, frozen jackfruit arrive in the Netherlands.

Jackfruit has a meaty texture and combines perfectly with all spices to create any dish.

A true jack of all trades

jack stripes

Use them for more soft texture dishes, such as stew, burgers etc

jack chunks

If you prefer more chunky texture, then use chunks. Fits good with asian cuisine.

...To your plate

Meet jack's chefs use raw jackfruit to create some of our favorite jackfruit products.

Our jackfruit products prove to be a great alternative to meat.

A fruit for meat lovers