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Herbed Jackfruit Confit

$6.50 (incl. GST)

Plant-based & Vegan meat-alternative

510g pack

A tropical Asian fruit, Jackfruit can be eaten in place of meat. It has a subtle flavour with the texture of chicken or pulled pork, So it can used in a variety of cuisines.

This young green jackfruit “confit,” is tasty and soft, and was inspired by classic French cuisine.

Use as a tuna substitute for wraps and sandwiches or pan-fry on medium heat until golden brown, and serve with your favourite sauce and salad.

ALLERGEN INFORMATION: May contain traces of Peanuts, Sesame Seeds, and Sulphites

Nutritional Information
Servings per pack: approx. 4
Serving Size: 130g
Average Quantities    Per serving    Per 100g serving
Energy                          702kj             540kj
                                     167kcal          129kcal
Protein                          2g                  1.5g
Fat, total                       13.2g             10.2g
saturated                       2.4g                1.8
Carbohydrate, total       10.6g             8.2g
sugars                           0g                  0g
Sodium                          410mg          315mg

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Jackfruit is a healthy tropical fruit rich in resistant starch and has a meat-like, pulled-pork texture with a subtle flavour, lending itself to be seasoned easily to serve as a vegan meat alternative. Made from cut and confited raw Jackfruit, these chunks of plant-based goodness are great alternatives to meat and seafood. Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Vegan, Soy-free, and Egg-free, it does not trigger an inflammatory response within the body. No sweeteners, No preservatives, No added sugar.


Vegan substitute for meat or seafood recipes. Use as a vegan meat substitute in wraps, sandwiches, tacos, pizza, pasta, and pies or pan-fry (with the oil in the can) on medium heat until golden brown, and serve with your favourite sauce and salad.


Young Green Jackfruit 56%, Olive oil 20%, Rice bran oil 17.5%, Rosemary 1.5%, Thyme 1.5%, Bay leaves 1.5%, Sea salt 1%, Garlic 1%. Grown in Thailand.
Packaged in a facility that also processes peanuts, soy, sesame seeds and sulphites


Keep in the pantry, away from sunlight and damp. Refrigerate and use within 5 days of opening.

Our promise

There is nothing else. No refining or coloring. The peeled skin is mulched and will fertilize the next crop.


In many tropical and subtropical countries, Jackfruit is an indigenous food crop. Rich in resistant starch and pectin, Jackfruit is also high in dietary fibre and phytonutrients. A low GI meat alternative (Glycaemic Index approx 17) it is a suitable option for those watching their weight as well as those affected by diabetes. Jackfruit is hypoallergenic and is ideal for those following a gluten-free or nut-free eating plan. in short, consuming Jackfruit could

  • Improve oral health,
  • increase intake of antioxidants and vitamin C, beneficial for healthy skin, and phytonutrients like lignans, isoûavones and saponins,
  • support bone health and improve muscle/nerve function,
  • promote healthy thyroid function,
  • support a healthy gut and improves digestive health.


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Packaging and recycling

510g aluminium can. Lightly rinse empty can and place in the recycle bin.

Possible precautions

Although Jackfruit is considered safe for most people, certain people could be allergic to it, especially those who are allergic to birch pollen. Moreover, due to its potential to lower blood sugar levels, individuals with diabetes may need to have their medication dosages changed if they eat this fruit regularly. It is advisable to consult your healthcare provider or registered dietitian to ensure it’s safe to consume it alongside any prescription medication or for particular therapeutic uses.