Golden Berries NATURE’S SOUR PATCH KIDS! Tart and Tangy, loaded with Vitamin C and cartenoids, the “Incan” superfruit proves it’s super powers with one taste!
if you’ve never tried golden berries, do it ASAP! They really do taste just like fruity candy….tried them once and I was instantly hooked
Yo, so these are just dried ground cherries (Physalis peruviana), so paying $14.99 for a 227g package of them because they are branded as a mysterious “Incan superfruit” is hilarious.
I bought a package of seeds, and grew 50 plants this past summer for $1.99. I still have hundreds of seeds left over, never mind the ones I harvested. They have an almost 100% germination rate.
But you are really not paying for the fruit (which is commonly sold both fresh, and much more cheaply in supermarkets under a different name), you are paying for the “we-found-this-mysterious-fountain-of-youth-fruit-in-the-rainforest” branding.
There is almost no processing involved in this: they don’t even need to be dried because they shrivel up on their own.
There’s nothing hyggehaven can’t debunk.