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Original price Rs. 1,500.00
Original price Rs. 1,500.00 - Original price Rs. 1,500.00
Original price Rs. 1,500.00
Current price Rs. 799.00
Rs. 799.00 - Rs. 799.00
Current price Rs. 799.00


  1. Scientific Name: Artocarpus heterophyllus
  2. Family: Moraceae
  3. Origin: Likely developed through selective breeding in tropical regions to meet consumer demand for convenience.

Tree Characteristics:

  1. Height: Typically grows to about 8-25 meters.
  2. Trunk: Straight, with a diameter of approximately 30-80 cm.
  3. Bark: Smooth and dark greyish-brown.
  4. Leaves: Evergreen, glossy, and dark green with a leathery texture. Leaves are usually oblong or oval, measuring 10-20 cm in length.

Fruit Characteristics:

  1. Size: Large, typically weighing between 10-30 kg, with some fruits reaching up to 50 kg.
  2. Shape: Oval or oblong, with a spiky outer skin that turns from green to yellow as it ripens.
  3. Flesh: Usually yellow or orange, sweet, and aromatic. The flesh is divided into multiple bulb-like segments, but unlike traditional jackfruit, these segments lack seeds.
  4. Seedlessness: The absence of seeds makes the fruit more convenient to eat and use in culinary applications.

Flowering and Fruiting:

  1. Flowers: Small, inconspicuous, and clustered on the trunk and large branches. Male and female flowers grow on the same tree.
  2. Fruiting Season: Generally bears fruit once a year, with the season varying depending on the region. In tropical climates, it can fruit multiple times a year.

Growing Conditions:

  1. Climate: Thrives in tropical and subtropical climates. Requires warm temperatures (25-35°C) and high humidity.
  2. Soil: Prefers well-drained, sandy loam or clay loam soils. Tolerant of a wide range of soil types but performs best in fertile soils.
  3. Watering: Needs regular watering, especially during the dry season. Somewhat drought-tolerant once established.


  1. Culinary: The seedless flesh is consumed fresh, used in desserts, or cooked in various dishes. It is popular in vegan and vegetarian cooking as a meat substitute due to its texture.
  2. Nutritional: Rich in vitamins A, C, and B-complex, dietary fiber, and antioxidants.
  3. Medicinal: Various parts of the plant are used in traditional medicine for their potential health benefits.

Benefits of Seedless Jackfruit:

  1. Convenience: Easier to eat and prepare compared to traditional jackfruit with seeds.
  2. Reduced Waste: Less waste as there's no need to discard seeds.
  3. Versatility: Ideal for use in a wide range of culinary applications, from savory dishes to sweet desserts.

Seedless jackfruit offers all the benefits of traditional jackfruit with added convenience, making it an appealing choice for consumers looking for a healthy and easy-to-eat tropical fruit.