Organic Golden Berries
are an excellent source of antioxidants, carotenoids, vitamin C, bioflavonoids and are a richer source of fiber than most other fruits including prunes and dates. Golden Incan Berries are rich in phosphorous and provide more protein than most fruits.
Dried Golden Berries, also known as physalis, are a tangy delicious treat. They have a taste reminiscent of citrus. Physalis peruviana is also known as the "Cape Gooseberry" is a favorite in South Africa. Incan berries have a pleasant chewy texture with tiny chewable seeds reminiscent of figs. They're great eaten right out of the bag, in trail mixes, baked goods, smoothies, and preserves. They pair well with sweet wines and rich cheeses.
- Nutritious and Versatile Food with Many Suggested Benefits
- Great Taste
- Vitamins and Minerals
- Gluten Free
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Storage and Consumption
- How Long Do Golden Incan Berries Last?
- Golden berries will hold on to their flavor and freshness for a period of half a year if properly stored.
- How To Best Store Golden Incan Berries?
- It is best to store Golden berries in a cool place such as a refrigerator. Avoiding exposure to heat and direct sunlight will prolong the shelf life of the berries.