Tropical Fruits

Tropical Fruits

7/15/2016  By Erin Marinan


The definition of a "tropical fruit" is a fruit native to a "tropical" area.   So what is considered tropical?  According to information on the web, tropical is a location that is typically Hot and Humid.  For most people, tropical can be considered places like Hawaii, Mexico, Caribbean, South and Central America, just to name a few.  When we say tropical fruits, the masses could agree, we are talking about coconut, passion fruit, papaya, guava, starfruit, pineapple, kiwi, acai, mango and banana.

Tropical fruits get a lot of attention usually during the hotter season's and definitely make an appearance in beverages. Regardless if it's a fruit smoothie or a blended alcohol beverage, tropical fruits provide a unique and sweet flavor that can add depth and interest to an otherwise ordinary beverage.

Not only do tropical fruits taste amazing, but they can provide nutrients that are sometimes overlooked. Fruits are an important source of carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and fiber.  Here at Northwest Naturals we have several blends that use one or more tropical fruits and have been successful in various applications. Browse our recipes and ask for a sample of one of our blends for you next tropical creation. If you are looking for assistant with formulation development, we can help you with this too.


Tropical Juice Concentrate WONF 224565

Passion Fruit Juice Concentrate WONF 223549

Mango Juice Concentrate WONF 226049

Pineapple Juice Concentrate WONF 223810



Caribbean Sunset Salsa

Pineapple Teriyaki Marinade/Sauce

Tropical Twirl Chilled Fruit Soup

Passion Fruit Twister

Tropical Twister

Mango Smoothie

Tropical Smoothie

Passion Fruit Pilsner

Mango Mojito

Guava Lime Mojito

If you would like request samples please visit our sample request page or contact customer service or your sales representative.