- Incan berries go by a variety of different names including the Golden berry, Aztec berry and Peruvian cherry to name but a few
- They have been harnessed by indigenous tribes for centuries, as both a valuable source of food and a traditional medicine, used in the treatment of a number of diseases and conditions including cancer, leukaemia, diabetes, malaria, asthma, hepatitis, dermatitis and rheumatism
- The seeds of Incan berries are known for their mildly laxative effect, which promotes a healthy bowel movement and prevents a buildup of toxins in the body
Add to salads, cereal, muesli and granola, or just eat as a snack.
Organic dried Inca berries
ALLERGEN WARNING: Contains no known allergens, but made in a factory that uses cow’s milk and nuts.
4 out of 4 people would recommend this product18/08/2018, By MegThis is the first time I have tasted these19/07/2018, By SaadThey make a great addition to breakfast bowls. I love their sweet and tart flavour. They are awesome to snack on too when having a sweet tooth.05/02/2018, By TarynI'd never heard of these berries before so I thought I'd try them. They are much sweeter than other berries, I prefer to add them to a smoothie instead of eating them as is.23/12/2017, By VeganshmeganI usually use mulberries as toppings on smoothie bowls but decided to give these try. They have a slightly sweet sour flavor that I really love. Worth trying.
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