In airtight sealed bag.
Golden berry, available to the early western settlers of Australia, has made its rounds throughout the world over hundreds of years as an exotic fruit.

High in protein

The fruit, which is bright yellow and very sweet when ripe, is extremely high in protein - (approximately 16%), making Golden berry an excellent protein supplement. Protein is vital to the development of tissues in the body.

High in Phosphorous

It is also high in Phosphorous - Aside from calcium, phosphorous is one of the most vital minerals in the body and necessary for the growth and strengthening of bones and teeth.

Vitamin A

The fruit is also an excellent source of Vitamin A a fat-soluble vitamin, which not only aids in keeping eyes, skin and mucous membranes moist, but it’s also a potent antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals in the body.

Vitamin C

As excellent source of Vitamin C – A water-soluble vitamin also known as ascorbic acid that is a potent antioxidant, required by more than 300 metabolic functions in the body including tissue growth, adrenal gland function, healthy gums, metabolism, etc. One of the major benefits is that it can bind with toxic substances and certain heavy metals to render them harmless, while setting them up for easy excretion.

Complex B Vitamins

Golden berries are rich in Complex B Vitamins (B1, B2, B6 and B12). Which do a great deal to reduce stress, improve memory, improve energy and reduce fatigue, spur metabolism, relieve PMS and reduce the risk of heart disease. They’ve even been shown to help the body burn fat and glucose off for energy.

Source of Bioflavonoid

A delicious source of Bioflavonoid, which has proven by studies that possess antiviral, anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine and antioxidant properties.

Golden berry is often eaten raw, and is often dried and sold in a “dehydrated” format, where it strongly resembles a raisin in texture and shape. In this form it’s easily mixed into cereal, yogurt mixes, fruit salads, green salads, trail and nut mixes or on its own as a dried fruit snack. Available in: