Dried Physalis | 500 g
- From organic farming
- No added sugar, no artificial colours or preservatives
- Slightly sour
- Perfect in your granolas, or as a snack
incl. VAT plus shipping
✓ Delivery time appr. 5-7 workdays
Physalis or cape gooseberry is a very delicious and nutritious fruit. Physalis is mostly cultivated in South Africa but it originates from the Peruvian Andes in South America. Physalis is considered to be related to tomatoes.
Dried Physalis tastes sweet, sour, fruity and aromatic all at the same time. Our Dried Physalis is free from additives like sulphur and sugar.
|Energy (in kj/kcal)||1175 / 281|
|thereof saturated fatty acids||0,6g|
|thereof sugar||53,2 g|
|Dietary fibre||10 g|
|Nutrition traces||Nutrition traces|
|Delivery||Delivery time outside of Germany|
|Company||KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
|Storage||Store the product cool and dry|
|Ingredients||100% Physalis ** certified organic|
|Allergenes||May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOY, NUTS, ALMONDS, PEANUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), SESAME and SULPHIDE (SULPHITE).|
The fluent communication of our products is part of our companies vision and therefore very important to us. That's why we developed a price graph, which will always keep you up to date regarding the development of our prices.You can see the price of the product as per 100g and to know the reason behind the amount, simply click on the circle.
How is our price getting lower? Mostly because we just skip unnecessary trading stages. This safes us money which results in your product being simply cheaper.
Why is there a price fluctuation? The harvest of raw products is not linear and is very much depending on external factors, like for example the weather or climate. Are these conditions not ideal and the gathering of the product is low, the price gets higher and we have to pay more. This is why we continuously reject contracts with producers that are longer than one season.
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Why are Physalis so sticky?
The sticky substance that the fruit is coated it, is transported from the inside of the fruit and tastes quite bitter. It’s main function is to protect the fruit and before consuming it, it should be washed off.
What kind of Vitamins are found in Physalis?
There are definitely fruits out there with a higher content of Vitamins, but the Physalis is not doing bad. First of all there is a lot of Vitamin C, but you can also find Vitamin B1 and B2, as well as E in this little super fruit.
What can I combine Physalis with?
Physalis is very fruity hence a combination with bitter berries like raspberries or blackberry might be a good idea. If you want something more exciting you can also combine it with mangos and apples or just try new things!