฿299.00 – ฿699.00
Cape gooseberry, more commonly known as Rasbhari in India, is a small orange- and yellow-colored berry fruit. It has various names like golden berries, Inca berry, and ground berries.
They are usually grown in warm regions like South Africa, South America, Central America, India, and China.
When ripe, these fruits are nice and sweet. Some might say they have a bit of a sour bite, but it carries many fans who can’t wait for the arrival of this seasonal fruit. The fruit is named as Cape gooseberry because it was first grown in Cape of Good Hope in South Africa. You can have them fresh as a healthy snack and/or use them as a topping for desserts or in puddings.
Did you know that cape gooseberries apparently contain more antioxidants than broccoli, apples, and pomegranates?
Our Cape Gooseberries are organic* and they are from the mountains North of Chiang Mai delivered right to your doorstep.
(No chemicals or pesticides are used to grow the Cape Gooseberries!!)
Ready to ship to you in a 1-kilo Pack (see packaging image) AND when you like to buy and share with family and friends, we also have 3-kilo crates available.
1-kilo pack* is 299 Baht including shipment.
(*about 100-120 cape gooseberries per pack)
3-kilo crate** is 699 Baht including shipment.
(**about 300-360 cape gooseberries per crate)
The harvest is weekly during the season and we start the day after harvest (mostly Tuesdays).
We serve the orders as FIFO (First In, First Out). Order now and make sure you have these cape gooseberries at home as soon as possible.
The ancient Incas valued the Cape Gooseberries for their sweet-sour flavor and nutritional benefits. The humble Cape Gooseberry is loaded with plant-based Vitamin C and many other antioxidant-rich phytonutrients. So much so that health specialists praise the golden berry as a superfood. Each tiny berry boasts amazing health benefits such as:
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat 0.7 g||1%|
|Cholesterol 0 mg||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate 11 g||3%|
|Protein 1.9 g||3%|
|Vitamin A||14%||Vitamin C||18%|
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.|