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Dried organic physalis 1 kg
Dried organic physalis 1 kg
Dried organic physalis 1 kg
Dried organic physalis 1 kg
Dried organic physalis 1 kg

Dried organic physalis 1 kg


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  • From 100 % organic farming
  • Delicately dried
  • Rich in fibre (11 g/100 g)
  • Tasty topping for you porridge and muesli
  • Crunchy texture
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BBD: 30.11.2022

Everything at a glance Dried organic physalis 1 kg

It sits on your breakfast bowl in the hipster café around the corner next to chia seeds, cocoa nibs and other toppings: the physalis. Despite its bright orange appearance and incomparable sweet and sour taste, it is usually used sparingly or sold in small packages. At KoRo, we want to spare you the constant trips to the supermarket and have gently dried the delicious fruit for that special crunch and longer shelf life. This makes the Andean berries, as they are also called, fit seamlessly into our extensive dried-fruit selection. And as you've come to expect from us, we have the fruits in 1 kg value packs for you - so you also save on packaging waste and transport. So stop the physalis hunt now and fill your store cupboard with our dried organic physalis!

The wonderful world of physalis

There are many different varieties of physalis. One of them is the Physalis peruviana, which can be recognised by its typical orange-coloured fruit. As its name suggests, it is mainly grown in South America, but also in Africa and India. It is often also called Cape gooseberry or Andean berry - and you can find the dried version of the tasty fruit here in our shop! Another well-known variety is the Physalis alkekengi, or lampion flower, which is also common in Germany as an ornamental plant. However, it is better to keep your hands off its fruits, which are recognisable by their reddish colour. So order our dried organic physalis instead!

For a sweet and sour kick: recipes with physalis

Physalis is rightly very popular and is an indispensable topping for your porridge. When dried, it is also a wonderful addition to a fruity pineapple and cranberry muesli or delicious banana granola bars. If you're not a big fan of sultanas but are looking for an adequate substitute, you should definitely give dried physalis a change and use it to fine-tune your (vegan) Kaiserschmarrn. Our favourite: physalis jam! Leave the dried fruit to soak overnight and you can easily use it the next day. Cape gooseberries also add an unbelievably delicious, sweet and sour note to savoury dishes - for example, as a fruity chutney for a winter curry or as an exciting component in your tofu bowl. As you can see, Andean berries are an absolute must in your kitchen! As a special snack, we can also recommend our delicious puffed physalis - a great alternative to conventional nibbles for the next movie night.

Buy organic physalis

Tired of running to the supermarket for a handful of physalis every time or being served a single physalis as a topping in the café? Grab a KoRo XXL pack of physalis now with just one click and enjoy 5, or 10, or 20 of them on your bowl! You can garnish your own bowl lavishly or simply snack on the physalis fruit on its own. 1 kilogram of dried physalis in organic quality just for you - and for your loved ones, if you like to share them - buy physalis now!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1381 / 330
Fat 8,0 g
   of which Saturates 0,0 g
Carbohydrate 47 g
   of which Sugars 38 g
Fibre 11 g
Protein 7,0 g
Salt 1,0 g

Order number PHYS_002
Origin Peru
Content 1 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654781991
Data sheet For technical reasons, the data may differ. For specific questions, please contact our customer support. Specification
Eco-monitoring unit Due to technical reasons, data may differ. In case you have specific questions, please contact our customer support team.
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place, away from light.
Ingredients 100 % physalis* *from organic farming
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOY, MILK (LACTOSE), PEANUTS, TREE NUTS and SULFUR DIOXIDE (SULFITES).
Sales name Organic dried physalis
Bio-sourced non-EU agriculture
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The KoRo price chart Dried organic physalis 1 kg

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3,00€/ 100g

2,30€ / 100g
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3,00€ / 100g
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Where do physalis come from?

Physalis come from South America, and this is why they are also called Inca berries, but some physalis species are native to North America. Nowadays physalis are grown in other areas of the world with a subtropical climate - South Africa, for example. The dried physalis that you can buy on our website come from organic farms in sunny Equador.

How many calories do dried physalis have?

100 g of dried physalis have about 280 calories.

Are these dried physalis organic?

Our dried physalis come from 100 % certified organic agriculture.

What do physalis taste like?

The taste of dried physalis is reminiscent of fresh pineapple, while their texture is crunchier than other dried fruits, being therefore perfect as a topping for your porridge!

How can use dried physalis?

Set no limits to your creativity! With dried physalis you can bake delicious biscuits or cakes, or make them the star of a homemade ice cream, or use them as topping frìor your desserts. Dried physalis are also a great addition to your smoothie.

What is the difference between groundcherries and physalis?

Groundcherries, golden cherries, husk tomatoes, Inca berries – these are just some of physalis' many names. Its peculiar taste and looks have led to physalis' confused identification: physalis is in fact no berry, but a member of the nightshade family, therefore related to aubergines, peppers and potatoes!

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A happy customer says

17 Oct 2021

So incredibly delicious!

I ordered the kilo of physalis a few months ago. The price is great for the amount and I love the taste. The fruits taste slightly sour and are a wonderful change from raisins, which always taste a bit too boring for me. I mix my own trail mix from each of the dried physalis, along with nuts and dried sour cherries. The kilo is super productive, by the way, is not yet empty and I ordered it a few months ago. Now I also order a package for my mom, who loves the sweet and sour fruits as well.


A critical customer says

23 Apr 2021

Quality unfortunately not as expected

I am in itself a big fan of dried physalis. Have now ordered them for the first time at Koro and am disappointed by the quality - pretty much all berries were very dark and hard and not bright orange and soft, as I am used to from other suppliers. Also the taste was mostly accordingly musty. Too bad...

26 Apr 2021

Hey Sophie, thank you very much for your feedback. We are very sorry that you are not satisfied with the quality of the organic physalis :( We will definitely pass on your feedback to our QM department. Kind regards, your KoRo team


All the reviews "Dried organic physalis 1 kg"

14 Jan 2022
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am very satisfied!

am very satisfied!

6 Jan 2022
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Delicious! Good price / performance ratio!

Delicious! Good price / performance ratio!

2 Dec 2021
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They're genius. Must see that

They're brilliant. Must I look, that not everything is devoured at once.

2 Dec 2021

Nice discovery

I bought the physalis without knowing the taste of this delicious little fruit. Surprised at first but very quickly seduced by this tangy note. Thank you to the reviews posted which guided me in this choice! And of course THANK YOU to Koro for all these good products at nice prices!

2 Dec 2021
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Always on my list !!!

Top quality at a fair price !

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