Incan/Golden Berries - Organic
Though berry like, incan berries are not a true berry, they are in the tomato family and are closely related to a tomatillo. They are native to South America, though have been exported and cultivated elsewhere since the 1800™s. Incan berries have become very popular in north america over the last few decades as the superfood trend has increased. They contain Vitamins A, C, E, K, B complex, iron, calcium, fatty acids and many other minerals and phytonutrients and antioxidant compounds.
Golden berries are now being used to help support many health imbalances including: weight loss, blood sugar issues, liver, kidney and immune support, inflammation and cancer prevention. They pack a nice sweet/tart punch and make and make a great snack or superfood addition to food and drink recipes.
Origin - Columbia