Dragon fruit, also called pitaya or pitahaya, is a tropical fruit coming from the dragon fruit tree, which is actually a type of large cactus. There are three varieties of dragon fruit:
Pink skin with white flesh (white dragon fruit)
Pink skin with red flesh (red dragon fruit)
Yellow skin with white flesh (yellow dragon fruit)

All of these varieties have tiny black seeds interspersed throughout the flesh and a very similar taste.
It is preferred as an alternative product to the production of tropical fruits, citrus fruits and vegetables, whose homeland is Vietnam and can weigh from 300 grams to one kilogram. Now these fruits are grown in Turkey, too.
Inside the fruit are seeds that resemble small sesame seeds. These seeds are consumed with fruit, just like kiwi. The interior can be eaten raw, gives a mild sweetness and is low in calories. Pitaya juice can be used in winemaking or to flavor other beverages. Here are the benefits of dragon fruit …
It strengthens the eyes with the nutrients and minerals it contains.
Pitaya fruit contains high vitamin C, potassium, calcium and magnesium.
It has the feature of preventing high blood pressure.
Thanks to the calcium it contains, it is beneficial for the strong skeletal system and bones.
It keeps the body’s moisture balance under control.
Pitaya fruit is antioxidant (phytoalbumins) and contains extremely rich soluble fiber.
It is an excellent fruit for Type 2 Diabetes patients. It is very effective in increasing sexual power. It has an aphrodisiac effect.

The Turquoise Group Ltd started producing pitaya and every year the production level is increasing. During production process, breeding of plants are made by bombus bees and no artificial medhods are used. Likewise, there are no chemical direct powder fertilisers and pesticides used.

ANALYSIS RESULT
pH 5.9
Water soluble dry material (brix %) 10.3
Antioxidant activity (DPPH % sweep) 49.3
Total Phenol Compounds (GAE/L) 447.58
Total acidity (in terms of citric acid %) 0.064
Total flavonoid(mg/l) 408.22
Total anthocyanin 156.35
Sucrose (mg/l) 5.9
Glucose (mg/l) 43.8
Fructose (mg/l) 38.5
Ascorbic acid (mg/l) 975.34