Inca Berries
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Inca Berries

£ 3.75

Inca Berries, also known as Golden Berries, Physalis & even Cape gooseberries, originate from the subtropical plateaus of South America. If you haven’t tried these then you’re missing out; they’re possibly one of the most exciting superfoods around!

They enjoy a high antioxidant capacity, more than other known superfoods such as apples, goji berries & broccoli & contain the highest amount of fibre of all the common dried fruits, typically twice that of dates or prunes. Perhaps more importantly, they contain a high amount of soluble fibre too, to levels similar to prunes. This helps the body maintain a healthy balance with the soluble fibre helping to lower cholesterol.

Highly versatile, Inca Berries have a sweet taste to begin with, finishing with a delicate almost-sourness on account of the high vitamin C content.  This makes them ideal for snacking, giving an energy boost in the afternoons or post-workout, as well as being great for adding to cereals, smoothies, shakes & even salads.

Be careful though – some alternatives on the market are sweetened with sugar syrup – make sure you avoid those! Ours are 100% pure, dried whole fruits.

Try a few on a cheese board – they work well with goat’s cheese & stilton, or drop into a tagine or stew to add incredible flavour to curries & Moroccan inspired dishes. They’re even good chopped & added to stuffings instead of apricot.

So, if you’re looking for something that’s tasty, healthy & high in antioxidants, fibre, Vitamin C, A, Potassium & Phosphorous, try these little golden nuggets & change the way you snack!

Volume: 56g resealable pot. Shelf life 18-24 months.

For a great smoothie, add 1 tsp (8g) of Inca Berries to a blender with a banana & 200ml almond milk (or your favourite alternative) & blend well. If just used like this, the pot contains around 7 servings, so it’s great value. We use them in our snack mixes as well.

Dried Inca Berries (also known as Golden Berries, Physalis, Peruvian Cherries or Cape Gooseberries)

No allergens.

Paleo, Gluten Free, Vegan & Vegetarian

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (typical per 100g)

Energy 1264 KJ (302 kcal), Protein 6g, Carbohydrate 61g (41g sugars), Fat 2.5g (0.9g saturates), Fibre 22g, Salt (trace)

Additional information

Weight 60 g
Dimensions 70 x 70 x 52 mm
Volume

Dietary

Gluten Free, Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian, Zero added sugar

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