Incan Berries

Organic Incan Berries

Recipes Using Incan Berries

Incan Berries, also known as Pichuberries or Golden berries, have been growing in the countries of the Andes Mountains for thousands of years. These small, yellow/orangey wild berries are delicious, but with an unusual sweet and sour flavour. Sun-dried Incan berries are slightly larger than raisins and are full of tiny seedsIncan berries are 16% protein, making them useful for a healthy snack between meals. They contain a variety of nutrients, including vitamins A, C and B complex, as well as bioflavoids known as vitamin P. Bioflavoids are plant compounds with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects that boost our immune system and protect our cells against cancer and degenerative disease. Incan berries are also a good source of melatonin (promotes restful sleep) and pectin (to help digestion).


Nutrition Benefits
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Enjoy straight from the bag, or mixed with nuts and dried fruits to make a delicious trail mix. Incan berries also make a tangy topping for desserts and are an ideal ingredient in baked goods, biscuits, porridge, granola and raw chocolate.