Organic Dried Incan Golden Berries
High in Antioxidants, Vitamins and Dietary Fibre
|110g resealable pack|
|Quantity (pack)||Price per pack (SGD) inclusive GST|
|DEAL (10% OFF)||2 & above|
|Best Before: Oct 2022|
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|Subtitle||High in Antioxidants, Vitamins and Dietary Fibre|
|Show Sale Below Title||No|
|Diets||Raw, Diabetic Friendly, Keto Friendly, Paleo, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Vegetarian, Vegan, Heart Health, Good for Children, Good for Mums, Elderly|
|Meals||Breakfast, Desserts, Snacks|
|Country of Manufacture||Peru|
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INGREDIENTS: 100% Organic Incan Golden Berries, Whole & Dried
Organic Certifications: USDA, EU, JAS
- Certified Organic
- Gluten-Free Snack
- Low GI
Nature’s Superfoods’ Organic Dried Inca Golden Berries hail from the Peruvian Andes, and are dehydrated at low temperatures to preserve all the nutrients. It takes approximately 6kg of fresh Incan Golden Berries to produce just 1kg of dried berries. They are unsweetened, with no preservatives or additives added.
Do not underestimate these sweet-and-sour berries! Their antioxidant levels (demonstrated through the ORAC rating - measurement of antioxidant capacity) surpasses those of many well-known superfoods such as goji berries, pomegranates, green tea, and cranberries. Incan Golden Berries have more than double or triple the dietary fibre of most dried fruits. And this exotic berry is also a great source of Vitamin A, C, D and is one of the few fruits to have a complete range of B Vitamins, including vitamin B12.
Botanical name: Physalis peruviana L. Other names : Groundcherry, Gooseberry
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How To Use:
1) Eat them straight out of the bag for a superfood snack. Great for those who like sour treats.
2) Add these sweet-and-sour berries to salads, yogurts, desserts, trail mix, raw chocolate recipes.