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Organic Golden Berries, 2 Pounds - Kosher, Non-GMO, Bulk, Raw, Vegan - by Food to Live

What Are Golden Berries and Where They Come FromThe fruits we call golden berries (or goldenberries) in America is the same thing that the people of Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa call Cape gooseberry. It's a fruit of the plant called Physalis Peruviana. As its name states, it originates from Peru, and South American countries are the main producers of golden berries available on the market today.Physalis is a part of the Nightshade family of plants and los of golden berries available on the market today.Physalis is a part of the Nightshade family of plants and looks quite attractive, which prompts many people to grow it in their gardens. The fruits of the golden berries plant are hidden within a soft protective husk (calyx) and resemble cherry tomatoes (albeit yellow-orange in color) when harvested. The husk extends the shelf life of the fresh fruit to about 30-40 days. Once it's removed, golden berries keep as well as raw tomatoes, unless they are dehydrated.Food To Live Dried Golden Berries for EveryoneFood To Live Organic Dried Golden Berries come from responsible and trustworthy farmers who don't use any dangerous agricultural practices. We screen all our sources carefully and process the fruits at an organic certified facility.Our Dried Golden Berries don't contain any additives that can affect their nutritional value negatively. They are GMO-free and perfectly safe for culinary use. You can eat them from the pack as a snack or include in a variety of recipes.Golden Berries: TasteTaste is the second reason that sets dried golden berries apart from other similar products. The first is their higher nutritional value.When goldenberries are ripe and raw, they taste quite sweet with a bit of a bitter tang. The flavor is quite exotic, which isn't surprising as the plant comes from the high-altitude tropical lands of Peru.Once dried, golden berries turn mildly tart. The taste might take some getting used to but this fruit makes a good choice if you want to expand your palate. read more