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Organic dried incaberries
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Why Incaberries are being called the new superfood:
They have more antioxidants than Goji berries, green tea and blueberries
More than twice or triple the dietary fibre of most dried fruits
High in protein
A 50-55g serve of Incaberries has more Potassium than a banana
Great levels of vitamin C and Phosphorus
Low levels of fat and sodium
Cane Sugar Free
They make a delicious and nutritious addition to any trail mix, muesli blend or snack mi. Boost the nutrients in your smoothies by adding Incaberries for a flavoursome punch. They are a fantastic substitute for sultanas, raisins, cranberries or blueberries in baking. They make a fantastic jam, chutney, paste or spread and can add zest to any salad, side dish or perfect in a stuffing mixture.
Incaberries not only taste fantastic but play an important role in the highland communities of Ecuador. David Bormeo, who is the Incaberry farmer, has been operating the farm for five years, and now employs over 400 people from the local area. Most of the exported products from Ecuador are grown in the coastal areas; however Incaberries are grown in the mineral rich soils of the highlands, 2500m above sea level. This provides the local communities in this area an opportunity to farm and make use of their land, with now over 100 local Incaberry growers meeting the increased global demands for this super-fruit! They are grown without the use of pesticides and simply picked and sun-dried.
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