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Organic physalis | 1 kg
Organic physalis | 1 kg
Organic physalis | 1 kg
Organic physalis | 1 kg
Organic physalis | 1 kg

Organic physalis | 1 kg

  • No sulfites nor added sugar
  • Source of vitamin C
  • Crunchy texture for you porridge and muesli
  • Delicately sun-dried

incl. VAT plus shipping

Quantity: 1 kg

Organic dried physalis | 500 g

0,5 kg

Organic physalis | 1 kg

1 kg

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BBD: 23.06.2021

Everything at a glance Organic physalis

As if protected by a mother's loving embrace, the golden fruit of the physalis plant is enclosed by a soft husk which looks like a beautiful paper lantern. Its curious appearance has given free reign to people's imagination, who came up with the most disparate names for it: Inca berry, Cape gooseberry, poha or golden berries, or the cutest of all, husk tomato are just a few of them! If Physalis could understand us, it would certainly go through a serious identity crisis! In the past years its fame has rightly grown and has brought it from South America to our supermarkets. Our delicious dried physalis will be the new, exotic topping for your morning oats that you were waiting for! Dried physalis don't only taste sweet and unique, they are also a very good source of vitamine C.

 Dried physalis as vitamin C powerhouses

100 g of dried physalis contain up to 40 g of vitamin C, which amounts to one third of your daily need! Vitamin C plays a very important role for the proper functioning of a healthy body, as it:

  • reduces feelings of tiredness and fatigue 
  • sustains a healthy metabolism 
  • stabilises the activity of the immune system
  • stimulates collagen production, which is crucial for blood vessels, bones, teeth, gums, skin and cartilage health.

Why are dried physalis so special?

The sweet'n'sour taste of our dried physalis is reminiscent of fresh pineapple, and it can be a great addition to your morning porridge or smoothie bowl. You are going to love our physalis also as a simple snack during a busy day, mixed with a few nuts or alone. They come from certified organic cultivations, and are, after the harvesting, washed and dried, and finally packed without any additives, sulphur, or sugars.

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1381 / 330
Fat 8 g
   of which Saturates 0 g
Carbohydrate 47 g
   of which Sugars 38 g
Fibre 11 g
Protein 7 g
Salt 5 g

Order number PHYS_002
Origin Peru
Content 1 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654781991
Data sheet Specification
Eco-monitoring unit DE-ÖKO-001
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
Ingredients 100 % organic physalis
Cross-contamination May contain traces of SOY, PEANUTS, TREE NUTS and SULFUR DIOXIDE (SULFITES).
Sales name Bio Physalis
Bio-sourced Nicht-EU-Landwirtschaft
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The KoRo price chart Organic physalis

Neu im Sortiment
2,00€ / 100g
nan€ / 100g
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Questions about questions Organic physalis

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.

Are dried physalis healthy?

The foundations of a healthy lifestyle are a varied and balanced diet, a lot of physical activity, fresh air, and lots of water and sleep. What physalis can add to a healthy diet are 40 g of vitamin C per 100 g! Vitamin C is very important for the good functioning of our body, and helps reduce tiredness and supports the metabolism and immune system.

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. After being harvested, the fruits are gently dried in the sun, and packed without any added sugar, sulphurs, or preservatives.

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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