Nutrition & health…
Scientific name: Physalis peruviana
The taste of goldenberries is a combination of slight sweetness and tartness when ripe. They are used in a variety of culinary ways beyond eating the fresh whole fruit,sauces and jams to ice cream and puddings.unripe, goldenberriesbe toxic, and when ripealso cause allergic reactions that nightshade plantstomatoes cause. So it is necessary to bethis reality when first introducing them into your diet.
Goldenberries are solid sources ofvitamin C, vitamin A, dietary fibre, and several minerals such as potassium and manganese. They contain valuable, especially the antioxidants known as carotenoids and polyphenols. Goldenberries are also low in calories andload, making them great fruits for weight loss and obesity prevention, as well as-sugarfor diabetics.
Stated health benefits of goldenberriesmostly derived from their high antioxidant properties, and include weight loss and obesity prevention, enhancing heart, liver and kidney health, boosting the immune system, and aiding in thediabetes.
Glycemic Index of goldenberry: 35 = Low
When dried, the berries have a thick wrinkly skin with a chewy interior and a tart mildly sweet flavour, similar to the kumquat fruit. They are a delicious snack food eaten like raisins, or can be incorporated into a number of drinks or desserts, like pies, puddings, Quinoa snack bars, lemon bars, jams or fruit tarts.
PACKAGING & STORAGE CHARACTERISTICS BULK PACKAGING
22kg nylon-polyethylene vacuum bags
We offer the product as a bulk or retail (Private & White label available)
1 YEAR in original bags
TLTurner website quotes anecdotal information on plant products that historically have been used by native peoples of the Andean region for nutrition and health reasons. Thus, any such information shown on this web site is not a recommendation for their use or claim for any benefit.