Freeze Dried Finger Lime 30g
The Australian Superfood Co
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The Finger Lime is an unusual native fruit that will add a zesty vibrancy to any dish. Rich in folate, potassium and Vitamin E and contains three times the Vitamin C found in mandarines. With its refreshing citrus lime flavour, Finger Lime can also be used in dressings, jams and sauces, cordials and cocktails. It can substitute for ordinary lemon or lime, wherever they are used.
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Ingredients

100% Freeze Dried Finger Lime

Nutritional Information
Av. Per 100g
Energy (kj)
1680
Protein (g)
12.5
Fat Total (g)
10.2
Fat Saturated (g)
2.4
Carbohydrate (g)
26.3
Sugars (g)
16
Sodium (mg)
20
Serving Size (g)
3
  • Bursting with zesty flavour, Finger Limes are rich in folate, potassium and Vitamin E. 
  • Each Finger Lime contains three times the Vitamin C found in a mandarin. 
  • The level of Vitamin E is exceptionally high in the pink Finger Lime. Vitamin E is one of the most important antioxidants in human cell protection and disease prevention. 
With a delicious aroma of fresh, zesty citrus and a hint of cooked apples, the taste of the Finger Lime is tart with some astringency and bitterness. The pulp contains juice vesicles that resemble caviar. 
These caviar-like pearls make Finger Lime a popular garnish, while its taste is gaining popularity with chefs throughout Australia.
Country of Origin
Made in Australia from 100% Australian ingredients
Allergen Advice
This product contains no allergen warnings.
Barcode
9350034000509

With a delicious aroma of fresh, zesty citrus and a hint of cooked apples, the taste of the Finger Lime is tart with some astringency and bitterness. The pulp contains juice vesicles that resemble caviar. These caviar-like pearls make Finger Lime a popular garnish, while its taste is gaining popularity with chefs throughout Australia. 

With its refreshing citrus lime flavour, Finger Lime can also be used in dressings, jams and sauces, cordials and cocktails. It can substitute for ordinary lemon or lime, wherever they are used.

The fruit of a rare rainforest tree, the Finger Lime has been a valuable source of food and medicine for Aboriginal people for thousands of years. The fruit was eaten for its delicious taste and its ability to ward off disease. The pulp and juice of Finger Limes were also applied as an antiseptic to infected sores and boils. 

 When European settlers cleared the bush for farming, many of the Finger Lime trees were destroyed. Fortunately, the tree survives in several isolated pockets of sub-tropical rainforest on private land and in national parks and currently these are the only sources of Finger Limes. 

The mature Finger Lime is a joy to behold. It comes in a wide range of colours, such as green, yellow, purple, pink and bright red. 

When sliced open, it reveals ‘caviar like’ pearls, which are filled with lemon-lime juice.

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With a delicious aroma of fresh, zesty citrus and a hint of cooked apples, the taste of the Finger Lime is tart with some astringency and bitterness. The pulp contains juice vesicles that resemble caviar. These caviar-like pearls make Finger Lime a popular garnish, while its taste is gaining popularity with chefs throughout Australia. 

With its refreshing citrus lime flavour, Finger Lime can also be used in dressings, jams and sauces, cordials and cocktails. It can substitute for ordinary lemon or lime, wherever they are used.
The fruit of a rare rainforest tree, the Finger Lime has been a valuable source of food and medicine for Aboriginal people for thousands of years. The fruit was eaten for its delicious taste and its ability to ward off disease. The pulp and juice of Finger Limes were also applied as an antiseptic to infected sores and boils. 

 When European settlers cleared the bush for farming, many of the Finger Lime trees were destroyed. Fortunately, the tree survives in several isolated pockets of sub-tropical rainforest on private land and in national parks and currently these are the only sources of Finger Limes. 

The mature Finger Lime is a joy to behold. It comes in a wide range of colours, such as green, yellow, purple, pink and bright red. 

When sliced open, it reveals ‘caviar like’ pearls, which are filled with lemon-lime juice.
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