- The tangy and delicious berry that you find in many tropical fruit dishes is also called Inca Berry or Golden Berry and its Latin name is Physalis Peruviana L.
The berries were early on being grown and cultivated by the Inca Indians for their nutritional properties, but they are also found in many parts of the tropics, including the Amazon
- Inca berries are delicious eaten right out of the bag; a handful a day as they are, or add them to salads desserts, cocktails and smoothies.
Superfruit’s Inca Berries are organically grown and certified
- These golden berries have many names in English, but you may recognize them as Physalis or Alkekengy
- The berries grow on a plant that is about 1 meter high and produces yellow-orange fruit that is covered with small, thin leaves
- The berries come from Peru, Ecuador and Colombia
- We invite you to try them with some of our other berries and you will find an exciting and healthy mix.
- If you like small, healthy fruits and berries then the Inca Berries makes the perfect tongue tantalizing option
- The tart berry is about the size of a cherry tomato.
Inca berries contain Vitamin C, Fiber, Phosphorus, and Potassium
- They also contain flavonoids and carotenoids
Inca Berries (Physalis peruviana L.)
Nutritional Information: per 100g
Energy 1235 kJ / 294 kcal
whereof saturated fat 0,5g
whereof sugar 41,0g
Phosphorus 220 mg (31% DRI)
Potassium 1500 mg (75% DRI)
Storage: Best dark, dry and cool.
Sulphur (Sulfur / SO2): Contains NO sulfur
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