Custard Apple Nutrition

Custard Apple :


Sugar-apple or sweetsop or Custard apple is the fruit of Annona squamosa, the most widely grown species of Annona and a native of the tropical Americas and West Indies. The Spanish traders of Manila galleons brought it to Asia where its old Mexican name ate may still be found in Bengali ata, Nepalese aati, Sinhalese mati anoda, Burmese awzar thee, and atis in the Philippines.
It is also known as custard apple in India and (mainly Annona reticulata) in the Philippines. The name is also used in Portuguese as ata.

Custard Apple Nutrition :

Nutritional value per 100 g

Energy - 393 kJ (94 kcal)
Carbohydrates - 23.64 g
Dietary fiber - 4.4 g
Fat - 0.29 g
Protein - 2.06 g

Vitamins

Thiamine (B1) - (10%) 0.11 mg
Riboflavin (B2) - (9%) 0.113 mg
Niacin (B3) - (6%) 0.883 mg
Pantothenic acid (B5) - (5%) 0.226 mg
Vitamin B6 - (15%) 0.2 mg
Folate (B9) - (4%) 14 μg
Vitamin C - (44%) 36.3 mg

Minerals

Calcium - (2%) 24 mg
Iron - (5%) 0.6 mg
Magnesium - (6%) 21 mg
Manganese - (20%) 0.42 mg
Phosphorus - (5%) 32 mg
Potassium - (5%) 247 mg
Sodium - (1%) 9 mg
Zinc - (1%) 0.1 mg

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