Sunbelle Golden Berries

Sunbelle Golden Berries

6 oz pkg

Nutrition

74
Calories
--
Sat Fat
0mg
Sodium
--
Sugars

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size
1 cup
Amount Per Serving
Calories
74
% Daily Value*
Total Fat
0.5g   0
 
Sodium
0mg
Total Carbohydrate
11g  
Dietary Fiber
4g  
Protein
2g
Vitamin A
20
Vitamin C
26
Calcium
1
Iron
8
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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Details

Golden Berries are delicious and healthful fruits which have taken a long circuitous journey to reach North American tables and consumers. Originating in the Andes Mountains of South America, golden berries were planted in South Africa — and known as cape gooseberries, New Zealand, France – where they are fetchingly named “amour en cage” (love in a cage), and throughout the world, where they have gone by uchuva, Peruvian ground cherry and physalis, their scientific name. The sweet and mild tart flavor of Golden Berries works well in jams and preserves, a reason they became so popular in the 19th century. Today, fresh Golden Berries are available year-round in North America.