It’s just under 50 Days to 31 May, the day when the Colombian Peace Process aims for 100% disarmament, read more
Join the LULO-50 Campaign:
- Just over 50 years of conflict
- Just under 50 Days to D-Day
- Just over £50 for a Case of lovely Lulo Drinks
The Apples – Kentish coxes, pressed, blended and bottled on the fruit farm.
What is Lulo…? It’s an exotic fruit which grows on a bush on the slopes of the Andes. Its Colombian name comes from “ruru”, the Quecha word for fruit. It tastes like kiwi or gooseberry and looks like a green tomato inside. The peel ripens to bright orange, giving it the name Naranjilla (little orange) in Ecuador.