Kakadu National Park in Australia | Tautropfen

23.03.2021Kakadu National Park in Australia

Kakadu National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Northern Territory of Australia.

Kakadu National Park, home to one of the largest selections of plants in the world, is preserved by the Aboriginals (the indigenous people of Australia). The economic exploitation of the park is prevented through the controlled collection of wild plants. This means the Kakadu plum, which has the highest vitamin C content ever found in a fruit, can continue to thrive in its natural environment.

The harvesting process is placed in the hands of the indigenous people, who have the necessary expertise and experience amassed over decades of cultivating the plant.

Kakadu plum – it could hardly be more original!

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