Pichuberry Jelly, a delicious true “Inca gift” super fruit is a must try! Carolyn’s Classics uses its pulp to handcraft a smooth jelly, made with only cane sugar, gmo-free pectin, and lemon juice.
If Erwing fresh it contains many small seeds, similar to a tomato. It is a yellow/orange color and sweet when ripe with a mildly tart flavor. The Pichuberry has become popular throughout the world, and has many alternate names. It is commonly referred to as a gooseberry, golden berry, Peruvian cherry, and ground berry
Pichuberries are a good source of vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin P, and the B-complex vitamins B1, B6, and B12. By eating only 3 ounces of this power fruit, you’ll meet 37 percent of your daily required vitamin A, 13 percent of your required niacin, 18 percent of your recommended vitamin C, and 39 percent of your vitamin D requirement. (Percent daily values are based on a 2,000-calorie diet.)