Inca Berries (Physalis) Organic

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Inca Berries – Sweet and sour Superfruits

Inca berries (Physalis peruviana), also called Andean or Cape gooseberries, grow wild on the mineral-rich soils of the Peruvian Andes and have been enjoyed in South American cultures for thousands of years.

An ancient food and one of the last cultivated products of the Incas, which has been rediscovered worldwide for several years. The delicious, sweet and sour berries grow in protective paper-like wrappers that look like small Chinese lanterns.

Why we love Inca Berries

Inca berries have an exquisite, exotic, sweet and sour taste that is second to none. A delicious snack. Connoisseurs like to enjoy them with chocolate products and wine.

The Inca berry is also known as the "Goji berry of South America". The small, chewable kernels of the Andean berries have a slight laxative effect.

SamaraNatura Organic Inca Berries

SamaraNatura Inca berries are raw food quality and are grown without pesticides or agrochemicals. Our Inca berries are soft and relatively sweet, not as sour as you usually find them.

Harvesting and drying these precious little berries is very time-consuming work, hence the relatively high price. In fact, it takes a person a full day to clean just 10 kg of fresh fruit. The berries are placed in sun dryers and removed again when they have reached the perfect level of moisture and are still a little soft. You need about 3 kg of fresh fruit for 500g of dried berries.


Excellent as a snack on its own. Their exquisite, exotic taste goes perfectly with chocolate and wine. Inca berries enrich many desserts, smoothies, mueslis, baked goods, trail mix and jams. The unmistakable balance of sweet and sour taste also goes well with chia pudding and Lucuma.

Nutritional values Inca berries (Physalis) per 100g

Energy value 1276kJ / 304kcal
Fat 5.6g
of which saturated fatty acids 0.5g
Carbohydrates 49.0g
of which sugar 34.4g
Protein 6.6g
Salt <0.1g

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Organic Hunza Apricots
Organic Hunza apricots - wild apricots with stone Update: Sale of the current 1kg batch (select on the right side) with a best-before date of 05/2023 with a 50% discount (SFR 16 instead of 33.80). The Hunza apricots can still be used and enjoyed for several months afterwards. The 500g bags are already from the new batch with best-before date November 30th, 2024. These Hunza apricots (wild apricots with stone) come from Uzbekistan, because of delivery bottlenecks not from Pakistan as usual. These apricots come from wild apricot trees and are harvested by small farmers and sun-dried as a whole fruit. The Hunzukuc are known to be one of the healthiest peoples in the world who still practice a traditional way of life. The wild apricots and their kernels are part of the daily menu, and the oil from the kernels is also widely used in the Hunzkuc kitchen. Hunza apricot kernels, like all nuts, are very nutritious. The dried fruit itself tastes delicious and is particularly rich in vitamin A, iron and potassium as well as fiber. Why we love Hunza apricots These dried wild apricots are very tasty, tasty and a great snack. SamaraNatura Hunza apricots These wild apricots with stones come from Uzbekistan, because of delivery bottlenecks not from the Hunza Valley in Pakistan as before. They come from wild apricot trees and are harvested by small farmers and sun-dried as a whole fruit. They are unsulphurized and contain no additives. In Austria apricots are pressure treated as standard, whereby the interaction of pressure and time guarantees absolute freedom from pests. Hunza apricots grow in the northern part of Pakistan, about 2200 m above sea level. These areas are almost free of environmental pollution and the plantations are irrigated with spring and snow water. The apricots are picked by hand and dried in the sun. Wild apricots can be found everywhere in the Hunza Valley. Small farmers, each with 5 to 20 trees, have formed groups. The number of wild apricot trees owned by a farming family in the region is an indication of how well they are doing economically. Use First you enjoy the apricot and, if desired, the stone after the stone has cracked. Soaked in water, apricots can also be added to muesli and smoothies or processed into a dessert. Note: EFSA recommends consuming a maximum of 1-2 apricot kernels per day. Nutritional values ​​organic Hunza apricots (fruit and stone) per 100g Energy value 1248kJ / 298kcal,Fat / 11.7g,of which saturated fatty acids 1g,Carbohydrates 35.3g,of which sugar 10.7g,Fiber 7.5g,Protein 9g,Vitamin C 31mg (38% of the recommended daily dose / Apport journ. Recommandé). All information is subject to the usual fluctuations for natural products.

Content: 500 Gramm (CHF 3.76* / 100 Gramm)

Variants from CHF 17.86*
CHF 18.80*
White Mulberries Organic
White Mulberries – Ancient Oriental Delight Chewy and honey-like sweet, our whole, sun-dried, white mulberries are nature’s version of candy. Only a handful of this natural sweetness provides you with a well-rounded bundle of various vitamins, minerals and protein. Mulberries are rich in resveratrol, a plant defense substance which acts as a powerful antioxidant in human bodies. A delightful alternative to raisins, it’s easy to take pleasure in eating mulberries straight from the bag. Our mulberries contain no additives. Why we love White Mulberries Mulberries are a rich source of Vitamin C, iron, calcium, protein and fibre. Along with goji berries and Incan berries, they are one of the few fruits in the world to be thought of as a good source of protein. The most important antioxidant in mulberries is resveratrol, which is a polyphenol that is also found in grapes.  Chewy and soft with a fig-like crunch, our white mulberries are nature’s version of candy. An ideal and healthy snack for on the go. SamaraNatura White Mulberries SamaraNatura offers the white Turkish variety of mulberry, which is shaken from the tree and sun-dried to optimize natural sweetness. Our mulberries are 100% grown without use of pesticides and agrochemicals, raw, free of preservatives and sustainably harvested. Use For snacking, added to muesli, yoghurt or smoothies. Mulberries are excellent in home-made chocolate, cookies and jams. For raw muesli, you can simply mix dried buckwheat sprouts with the dried mulberries, some fresh fruit, and serve it with raw nut milk. Nutritional values White Mulberries per 100g Energy value 1435 kJ / 339 kcal, fat 2.6g, of which saturated fatty acids 1.2g,carbohydrates 63g, of which sugar 42.3gfibers 11gprotein 10.6g. All information is subject to the usual fluctuations in natural products.

Content: 250 Gramm (CHF 5.40* / 100 Gramm)

Variants from CHF 12.83*
CHF 13.50*
Organic goji berries from Uzbekistan
Organic goji berries from Uzbekistan Update from November 1st, 2022: Unfortunately, we cannot offer any goji berries from Uzbekistan until further notice. Exports from Uzbekistan are currently not possible because the goji berries are insignificant in Uzbekistan in terms of volume and are not included in the current export list for agricultural products. Our long-term supplier is working on a solution/change, but this will take a long time due to the political, bureaucratic situation in Uzbekistan. As an alternative, we recommend the goji berries from China. The delicious bright red goji berries (Lycium) are one of the most nutritious fruits on this planet. They are a source of complete protein with 18 amino acids, contain up to 21 trace elements, B vitamins, polysaccharides and much more. Gojis have more vitamin C than oranges, more beta-carotene than carrots, and more iron than a steak! For thousands of years the goji berry has enriched the diet of the inhabitants of the regions of origin and gives them energy. Goji berries support a happy and active life. That is why they are also called lucky berries in their homeland. Why we love goji berries We love goji berries because they are a real superfood - one of the most nutritious and antioxidant-rich foods out there! The goji berry is not only a true super fruit, it also tastes delicious - mildly spicy, slightly sweet and sour. Goji berries give us energy and are very easy to consume in many ways. SamaraNatura organic goji berries from Uzbekistan Our organic goji berries come from Uzbekistan. On the remote mountain slopes of the idyllic Pamir Mountains, the "roof of the world", the goji berries ripen far away from civilization. The area is largely certified organic and is only cultivated by the farmers who live there at harvest time. The farmers in this region have been working according to organic cultivation criteria for many years and are proud of their contribution to the preservation of nature. When ripe, the goji berries are picked, then washed and, last but not least, gently dried with the help of the sun. The drying process used is a very environmentally friendly solar drying method that is extremely gentle on the product and preserves the ingredients in the best possible way. Our supplier checks the quality and purity several times. Only the best berries are offered for sale. They are pressure treated and laser cleaned as standard. With pressure removal, the interaction of pressure and time ensures absolute freedom from pests. During the subsequent multiple cleaning in the laser cleaning system, the organic berries are checked individually to rule out any foreign contamination. How to use goji berries Recommended amount: around 10-30 grams per day. The locals who grow the berries eat a handful every day. Note: A common misconception about superfoods and herbs is that there is a standard dosage. We believe that the right amount for a person depends on their size, sensitivity, age, gender and other factors that make them unique. Nutritional values ​​goji berries from Uzbekistan per 100g Energy value 1309kJ / 313kcal Fat 0.5g - of which saturated fatty acids 0.2g Carbohydrates 51g - of which sugar 42g Dietary fiber 21g Protein 15.6g Salt 1g.          

Content: 250 Gramm (CHF 8.60* / 100 Gramm)

CHF 21.50*
Mulberries black organic 100g
Organic black mulberries - fruity delicious Update from June 26th, 2021: The black mulberries are now available again. Black mulberries have a beautiful and unusual intense purple-black color. They have been known throughout southern Europe from earliest times and are believed to have been introduced from Persia. She is mentioned by most of the early Greek and Roman writers. In the past, dried black mulberries - known as the king of mulberries - were served at court as a most exquisite specialty reserved only for the king, queen, and esteemed guests. Delicious and nutritious, natural dried black mulberries are a great snack. They have a wide range of important nutrients including vitamin C, iron, calcium, fiber, protein and organic compounds including phytonutrients, zea-xanthine, resveratrol, anthocyanins, lutein and various other polyphenolic compounds. One fruit that is special is its high content of protein and iron. The protein content in these super berries makes them extra nourishing and satisfying, while iron boosts energy levels through the production of oxygen-rich blood cells throughout the body. Mulberries are said to be particularly high in antioxidants, which is why they have the reputation as a perfect anti-aging fruit. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals that can damage our cells' genetic information. Why we love black mulberries Most berries on the market have added sugar and preservatives. We prefer our 100% pure, with its wonderful natural taste. Our black mulberries have a beautiful, dark color that indicates the quality and purity of the product. Blue and purple foods are very rare to find in modern diets and are so important - black mulberries make eating blue foods a real pleasure. Pearls of Samarkand Black Mulberries Our organic black mulberries are dark and sticky, but pleasantly soft and large (depending on the harvest). Their taste is sweet and sour, fruity and very aromatic. They come exclusively from Uzbekistan and are grown by the local farmers who belong to a large community of 1000 farmers and their families. Our mulberries are harvested by hand when the berries are fully ripe. This ensures the highest nutritional value and freshness. After harvesting, they are carefully washed and gently dried using solar energy. The drying process is very environmentally friendly, using a solar drying method that has minimal impact on the product. Our organic mulberries are 100% natural, carefully processed and dried and contain no preservatives, colorings, sweeteners or other unnatural additives. How to use black mulberries Thanks to their intense sweet and sour taste, they are a treat in themselves. Also perfect as an addition to muesli, smoothies and as a dessert topping. They are a good alternative to dates or raisins or other dried fruits suitable for sweetening. They go really well in yogurt (even vegan coconut yogurt) and honey. A real treat! Nutritional values ​​Black mulberries per 100g Energy value 1310kJ/310kcalprotein 6.6 gcarbohydrates 59 gof which sugar 52 gFat 3.4gof which saturated fatty acids 1.1gdietary fiber 7.2gAll information is subject to the usual fluctuations in natural products. Storage: Store in a cool, dry and dark place.

Content: 250 Gramm (CHF 7.80* / 100 Gramm)

Variants from CHF 18.53*
CHF 19.50*
Jujube / rote Dattelbeeren Bio
Bio Jujube aus Wildsammlung in Premium-Qualität Jujubes gehören zur botanischen Familie der Kreuzdorn-Gewächse und werden seit über 4000 Jahren in China angebaut. Es gibt mindestens 400 Jujube-Sorten. Obwohl sie manchmal als rote Datteln, chinesische Datteln oder indische Datteln bezeichnet werden, sind sie nicht mit Datteln verwandt und wachsen an relativ kleinen Bäumen, dem Ziziphus jujube, die auch in extremen Temperaturen gut gedeihen. Jujubes sind an der Aussenseite braun-rot und innen beige, mit einer knusprigen, essbaren Haut und einem süsslichen Geschmack wie eine Mischung aus getrockneten Äpfeln, Birnen und Datteln mit einer Marshmallow-Textur. Warum Jujubes konsumieren? Jujubes beinhalten eine breite Palette von verschiedenen Nährstoffen, darunter 18 der wichtigsten Aminosäuren und Magnesium, Kalium, Kupfer, Niacin, Calcium, Mangan, Phosphor und Eisen. Sie enthalten hohe Mengen an Vitamin C, das das Immunsystem stärkt und die Infektionen bekämpft. Die ist möglicherweise der Grund, warum sie seit Jahrtausenden in vielen Kulturen als Tee zum Beispiel für Halsschmerzen verwendet werden. Testen Sie bei Husten oder Halsschmerzen die Wirkung eines Jujube-Tee bereit. Das Rezept finden Sie in der Lasche Rezepte. Das Flavonoid Apigenin (auch in Kamille, Thymian und Rotwein gefunden) enthält Antioxidantien und kann eine positive Wirkung auf Leber, Verdauung und Allergien haben. Zudem soll es entzündungshemmend sein. Was macht unsere wilden Bio Jujubes besonders? Unsere roten Datteln stammen aus zertifizierter biologischer Wildsammlungen in Usbekistan. Sie gedeihen in unberührten, abgelegenen Gebieten in der Nähe von Samarkand, entlang der alten Seidenstrasse. Hier entwickelt sich der Geschmack und die besonderen Inhaltsstoffe in den warmen und langen Sommern gut. Silk Road Organic Foods erntet in Usbekistan sorgfältig durch sanfte Solartrocknung und anschliessende Sortierung von Hand. Jujube ist eine super köstliche Frucht mit einer einzigartigen Textur, die äusserst selten zu finden ist. Sie ist nicht zu süss und ist ein idealer, gesunder Snack. Jujubes wie verwenden? Wir empfehlen diese interessanten Jujube-Beeren, die ein bisschen weniger süss als andere getrocknete Früchte sind, als Snack zwischen den Mahlzeiten. Getrocknete Jujube können anstelle von Datteln oder Äpfel in Rezepten verwendet werden. Jujubes können auch als Tee verwendet werden (siehe Lasche Rezepte). Empfehlung: Legen Sie die Jujube 2 Stunden in Wasser ein. Dadurch werden sie weicher und etwas süsser. Nährwerte Bio Jujube pro 100g Energiewert 1157kJ/276kcalFett 0.8gdavon gesättigte Fettsäuren 0.2gKohlenhydrate 61.8 gdavon Zucker 61.8 gEiweiss 3.6 gBallaststoffe 10.8gSalz 0.02gVitamin C 119mg (200%*) Alle Angaben unterliegen den bei Naturprodukten üblichen Schwankungen.*Prozent der empfohlenen Tagesdosis für einen Erwachsenen gemäss LGV. Aufbewahrung: An einem kühlen, trockenen und dunklen Ort aufbewahren.

Content: 250 Gramm (CHF 7.60* / 100 Gramm)

Variants from CHF 18.05*
CHF 19.00*
Organic blackberries 100g
Organic blackberries dried - wild collected and unsweetened The deliciously sweet-fruity organic blackberries of Pearls of Samarkand come from wild collection of remote mountains in Uzbekistan. There, in the picturesque surroundings of Samarkand, along the ancient Silk Road, they are picked by hand by organic certified shrubs. The blackberries are dried gently on one of the most modern solar drying systems. The organic blackberries are unsweetened, in raw food quality and are characterized by a very intense taste and a dark glowing color. They are unsulphurised (according to the EU organic regulation), without artificial or natural additives, without preservatives and without dyes. Use organic blackberries Enjoy the organic blackberries as a fruity vegetarian vegan snack for between or as a varied ingredient in muesli, yoghurt, dessert and cakes. An excellent pleasure in the best organic quality, which is only available with us!

CHF 9.50*
Erdbeeren getrocknet Bio Fairtrade 60g
Getrocknete Bio Erdbeeren aus Usbekistan - lecker und Fairtrade zertifiziert Update: Die neue Charge getrocknete Erdbeeren wurde in 60g Beutel abgepackt. Diese sonnengetrockneten Bio Erdbeeren haben einen ausgezeichneten, intensiv-fruchtigen Duft und Geschmack von vollreif geernteten Erdbeeren! Der ideale Snack für unterwegs und als Zutat für Müesli, Desserts und Smoothies.Die Erdbeere wird schon seit der Steinzeit vom Menschen genutzt, in Europa wurde bis ins 18.Jahrhundert ausschliesslich die Walderdbeere genutzt. Die heutige Form der Gartenerdbeere entstand um 1750 in Holland aus der Kreuzung einer nordamerikanischen und einer chilenischen Erdbeer-Art. In getrockneten Erdbeeren sind dieselben Nähr- und Vitalstoffe wie in frischen Erdbeeren enthalten, jedoch in sehr konzentrierter Form. Sie haben eine breite Palette von wichtigen Nährstoffen, insbesondere sind sie sehr reich an Vitamin C und Mangan, und ist unter anderem eine Quelle von Eisen, Kupfer, sowie B1, B3 und B6 und verschiedene polyphenolische Verbindungen. Getrocknete Erdbeeren enthalten eine sehr hohe antioxidative Kapazität von rund 40‘000 µmol TE/100g (ORAC Wert = Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity). Warum wir Bio Erdbeeren lieben Die meisten getrockneten Erdbeeren auf dem Markt haben Zucker und Konservierungsstoffe hinzugefügt. Wir bevorzugen unsere 100% pur, mit ihrem wirklich intensiven und fruchtigen Geschmack und Duft! Sie sind angenehm süss und leicht säuerlich. Erdbeeren sind heute ein oftmals ziemlich unreifes und geschmacksloses Massenprodukt, das im konventionellen Anbau zu den pestizid-lastigsten Lebensmitteln gehört. Diese getrockneten Erdbeeren dagegen werden unter besten klimatischen Bedingungen biologisch angebaut und erst in vollreifem Zustand geerntet, um noch am gleichen Tag schonend bei tiefen Temperaturen getrocknet zu werden. So können wir diese – auch ausserhalb der Saison – mit reichem Aroma und vollgepackt mit Nährstoffen geniessen. Pearls of Samarkand Erdbeeren Diese köstlichen Erdbeeren werden vollreif geerntet und noch am gleichen Tag schonend getrocknet und sortiert. Es werden 1.5 kg frische Erdbeeren werden benötigt, um 100g getrocknete Bio Erdbeeren herzustellen. Sie stammen ausschliesslich aus Usbekistan und werden von den dort lebenden Bauern angebaut, die zu einer grossen Gemeinde von 1000 Bauern und ihren Familien gehören. Dank der Zusammenarbeit mit Fairtrade können die Bauern ihren Familien ein gesichertes Einkommen und ihren Kindern eine neue Perspektive bieten. Unsere Erdbeeren werden von Hand geerntet, wenn die Beeren vollreif sind. Dies gewährleistet den höchsten Nährwert und die Frische. Nach der Ernte werden sie sorgfältig gewaschen und sanft mit Solarenergie getrocknet, sodass sie Rohkostqualität beibehalten. Der Trocknungsprozess ist sehr umweltfreundlich, mit einer Solartrocknungsmethode, die einen minimalen Einfluss auf das Produkt hat. Unsere Bio-Erdbeeren sind 100% natürlich, schonend verarbeitet und getrocknet und ohne Konservierungsmittel, Farbstoffe, Süssstoffe oder andere unnatürliche Zusätze. Verwendung Erdbeeren Dank ihres intensiven, fruchtig-säuerlichen Geschmacks sind sie ein Leckerbissen für sich. Auch perfekt als Ergänzung zu Müesli, Smoothies und als Dessert-Topping. Sie passen wirklich gut in Joghurt (auch veganer Kokos-Joghurt) und Honig. Ein wahrer Genuss! Nährwerte getrocknete Bio-Erdbeeren pro 100g Energiewert 1280kJ/304kcalFett 3.8g,davon gesättigte Fettsäuren 0.3gBallaststoffe 13.5gKohlenhydrate 52 gdavon Zucker 52 gEiweiss 7.6 gSalz <0.01g. Alle Angaben unterliegen den bei Naturprodukten üblichen Schwankungen.

Content: 60 Gramm (CHF 13.33* / 100 Gramm)

CHF 8.00*
Organic Himalayan Mix Fairtrade 100g
Organic Nut-Fruit-Mix Fairtrade Ingredients: mulberries, goji berries, manucca raisins with edible seeds°, wild mountain apricots°, sultana raisins°, black beauty raisins°, wild apricot kernels°, wild mountain almonds°, khorog raisins°, raw peeled cacao, barberries. Note: EFSA recommends a consumption of not more than 1-2 apricot kernels per day. Avergage nutritional values per 100g:Calorific value 1496 kJ / 356 kcal Fat 10g, of which saturated fatty acids 1.6g Carbohydrates 53g, of which sugar 36g Protein 8.5g Salt <0.01g Our Pearls of Samarkand Himalayan Mix is a unique combination of delicious, partially wild fruits and nuts, with energy-packed dried raw fruits and peeled cacao nibs. Most of the dried fruits and berries come from Samarkand and along the Silk Road, which also run along the Himalayan range. Samarkand's mountains from the foothills of the Himalayan plateau. As a special treat, we have added raw, unroasted organic cacao nibs. In addition to to being organic, all products are completely natural, i.e. no artificial colourings, preservatives, sweeteners or flavour enhancers are used. Give in to temptation and enjoy these delicious fruits and nuts. Close your eyes, taste the Himalayan Mixture and take a sensory break on the sun-glinted Himalaya mountains.   Exquisite blend of dried fruits and nuts    

CHF 5.40*
Tibet Mix Bio 100g
Bio Tibet Mix - nach uralten Lehren tibetischer Mönche Tibet ist die mystische, lange Zeit verschlossene Heimat vieler alter Lehren, die alle das Ziel der Selbstfindung und Einheit mit sich selbst haben. Produktbeschreibung Eine ausgewogene Ernährung, die alle Komponenten berücksichtigt, war und ist ein wesentlicher Bestandteil der tibetischen Lehren. Unser Pearls of Samarkand Tibet Mix wurde nach uralten Lehren tibetischer Mönche entwickelt und von den Pearls of Samarkand Experten noch verfeinert. Der Tibet Mix bietet eine optimale Kombination zwischen vielen verschiedenen Trockenfrüchten und Beeren wie Maulbeeren, sehr verschiedene exklusive Rosinensorten und Gojibeeren. Cashewkerne und Pistazien runden den süßen Geschmack ab und verleihen dieser Mischung eine leichte nussige Note. Die kleinen Berberitzen bilden die Balance der Mischung, denn ihr säuerlicher Geschmack legt sich ausgleichend um unsere Geschmacksrezeptoren. Ein Snack der schmeckt und vor allem nachhaltig ist, denn 55% der Zutaten sind Fairtrade zertifiziert. Herkunft und Herstellung Alle Zutaten sind in sehr hoher Bio-Qualität und überall dort, wo es Fairtrade-Produkte gibt, sind sie selbstverständlich auch Fairtrade zertifiziert. Fast alle Bio Fairtrade Zutaten stammen von drei Fairtrade Bauerngruppen in Usbekistan. Die Bauern gehören zu einer großen Fairtrade Gemeinschaft, welche sich aus 3 Gruppen zusammensetzt, Dustkul Bogi, Turkiston Gulba und Turob Bobo. Zu ihnen gehören rund 1000 einzelne Bauern, samt ihren Familien. Dank der Zusammenarbeit mit Fairtrade können die Bauern ihren Familien ein gesichertes Einkommen und ihren Kindern eine neue Perspektive bieten. Die Bio Fairtrade Cashews stammen aus Burkina Faso. Alle Zutaten werden in Österreich erneut kontrolliert, zusammengestellt und schonend gemischt, sodass kaum Bruchstücke entstehen. Getrocknete Bio Zutaten: weisse Maulbeeren, Cashew Bruch°, Goji Beeren, Sultaninen°, Black Beauty Rosinen°, grüne Khorog Rosinen°, wilde grüne Pistazien mit Haut, braune Manuka Rosinen mit Kernen°, Berberitzen. °FAIRTRADE-zertifiziert und von Fairtrade-Produzenten angebaut. Gesamt-Fairtrade-Anteil: 55%.

From CHF 5.13*
Superfrüchte Mix Bio Fairtrade 100g
Bio Superfrüchte Mix - für vitale Power Unser Lieferant hat diesen Superfrüchte Mix leider ausgelistet. Wir verkaufen noch die letzten Beutel. Als zukünftige Alternative empfehlen wir Tibet Mix, Himalaya Mix oder die einzelnen Produkte wie weisse Maulbeeren, Granatapfelkerne, Sauerkirschen, Goji-Beeren, wilde Heidelbeeren und Berberitzen. Das ganze Trockenfrüchte-Sortiment findest du hier. Der Pearls of Samarkand Mix ist eine erlesene Kombination von den besten Superfrüchten. Erlebe sensationell schmeckende, exotische, und mit Ausnahme der Cranberries, vollkommen naturbelassene getrocknete Superfrüchte. Diese sind nicht nur optisch eine Augenweide, sondern ergänzen sich auch geschmacklich ganz hervorragend. Überzeug dich selbst und probiere diesen Supermix aus. Getrocknete Superfrüchte wurden früher von Karawanen auf ihren langen Reisen als nahrhafte energiereiche Nahrung mitgenommen. Sie halfen den Reisenden sich mit Vitalstoffen zu versorgen und trugen so dazu bei, die Strapazen besser zu ertragen. Mach es wie die Reisenden von früher und stärke dich und deinen Körper mit den besten Superfrüchten. Ein Snack der schmeckt und vor allem nachhaltig ist, denn 36% der Zutaten sind Fairtrade zertifiziert. Herkunft und Herstellung  Alle Zutaten diese Superfrüchte Mix sind in sehr hoher Bio-Qualität und überall dort, wo es Fairtrade-Produkte gibt, sind sie selbstverständlich auch Fairtrade zertifiziert. Alle Bio Fairtrade Zutaten stammen von drei Fairtrade Bauerngruppen in Usbekistan. Die Bauern gehören zu einer grossen Fairtrade Gemeinschaft, welche sich aus 3 Gruppen zusammensetzt, Dustkul Bogi, Turkiston Gulba und Turob Bobo. Zu ihnen gehören rund 1000 einzelne Bauern, samt ihren Familien. Dank der Zusammenarbeit mit Fairtrade können die Bauern ihren Familien ein gesichertes Einkommen und ihren Kindern eine neue Perspektive bieten. Für die Maulbeeren gibt es aktuell keine Standards, nach denen sie von FAIRTRADE International zertifiziert werden können. Sie werden zwar ebenso wie die zuvor genannten Fairtrade Früchte in Samarkand angebaut und geerntet, können aber das Fairtrade Logo nicht erhalten und auch die Fairtrade Bauern bekommen keine zusätzliche Prämie für Ihren Mehraufwand. An dieser Stelle merkt man, dass der Fairtrade Gedanke ins Blut übergegangen ist und gelebt wird, auch ohne finanziellen Anreiz. Alle Zutaten werden in Österreich erneut kontrolliert, zusammengestellt und schonend gemischt, sodass kaum Bruchstücke entstehen. Getrocknete Bio Zutaten Maulbeeren, Cranberries (Cranberries, Rohrzucker, Sonnenblumenöl) Granatäpfel°, Sauerkirschen°, Süsskirschen°, Goji Beeren, wilde Heidelbeeren, Berberitzen. °FAIRTRADE-zertifiziert und von Fairtrade-Produzenten angebaut. Gesamt-Fairtrade-Anteil: 55%.

CHF 6.90*
Organic elderberries 100g, wild collected & unsweetened | SamaraNatura
Organic elderberries - popular wild plant since the Neolithic Age Please do not eat these elderberries raw! Cook them well (10 minutes) before eating. The elderberries are rich in vital substances, without any additives, 100% natural and have an aromatic taste and strengthening ingredients. What makes our organic elderberries special? Pearls of Samarkand organic elderberries are: 100% pure organic nature without artificial additives such as preservatives, acidifiers, sweeteners or colorings gently processed and sun-dried laser cleaned and specially selected vegan raw food unsulphured and unoiled These elderberries have a very intense and fruity-sour taste. The berries are dark blue on the outside and inside and the outer skin shimmers violet, which is why they are often used for coloring purposes. In consistency, comparable to other small berries, they are soft to slightly crunchy. Why consume organic elderberries? Elderberries are rich in vitamins C and B and the coloring agent in elderberries (sambucyanin) is one of the flavonoids, which are secondary plant substances. The anthocyanidins protect our cells from free radicals, which in turn can slow down our human aging process. The polyphenols it contains can have a positive effect on vascular damage. Folk medicine has known many uses for elderberries for centuries. Since we as dealers are not allowed to make any health promises, we ask you to look for further information on health benefits in specialist literature or on the Internet. Information on origin and manufacture Our dried organic elderberries come from Uzbekistan. They are harvested by hand from organically certified areas and then carefully cleaned so that the full aroma and structure are preserved. The elderberries are gently dried with the help of the sun. In Austria, the elderberries are pressure treated and laser cleaned. The interaction of pressure and time ensures absolute freedom from pests. During the subsequent multiple cleaning in the laser cleaning system, the organic berries are checked individually to rule out any foreign contamination. Use of elderberries in everyday life Cooked as a varied ingredient in yoghurt or dessert. Also suitable in spicy dishes such as game dishes, sauces and chutneys. Please do not eat these dried elderberries raw! Cook them well (10 minutes) before eating. Nutritional values/valeurs nutritive elderberries per/par 100g Energy value/ valeur énerg. 1244kJ/298kcalfat/lipids 2gof which saturated fatty acids//dont acides gras saturés 0.7gcarbohydrates/glucides 33g,of which sugar/dont sucres 32gProteins 13gsalt/sel 0.01g.

CHF 9.50*
Berberitzen getrocknet Bio 100g
Getrocknete Bio Berberitzen aus Wildsammlung Warum Berberitzen konsumieren? Berberitzen sind sehr säuerlich, was auf den äusserst hohen Vitamin C-Gehalt dieser kleinen roten Beeren zurückzuführen ist. Unsere usbekischen Berberitzen sind:  Bio- und Rohkost-Qulität Wildsammlungen ungeölt ungeschwefelt ungezuckert komplett ohne Zusatzstoffe wie Trennmittel, Konservierungsmittel etc. Woher stammen diese Berberitzen? Berberitzen stammen aus dem Himalayamassiv und dessen Ausläufern. Unsere Berberitzen wachsen an den Berghängen des Tien Shans und Pamirgebirges in Usbekistan. Der Ursprung des lateinischen Namens „Berberis“ wird im Arabischen vermutet – zum einen durch den ähnlichen Wortklang zu „Berber“ als frühere Bezeichnung für Menschen aus dem arabischen bzw. Teilen des afrikanischen Raumes, aber auch wegen des arabischen Begriffs „Berberis“ für „Muschel“, welcher sich auf die muschelartigen Blätter bezieht.  Empfehlungen zur Verwendung In Asien werden Berberitzen hauptsächlich in Reisgerichten verwendet (Pilaf) und geben diesen mit Ihrer Säure das besondere Etwas. Neben Reisgerichten kann man die Berberitzen auch in vielen Süssspeisen, Muffins, u. a. gut einsetzen. Herrlich können Sie natürlich auch Müslis, Joghurts und Cremes damit aufpeppen. Nährwerte getrocknete Bio Berberitzen pro 100g Energiewert 1277kJ/302kcalFett 1.3g davon gesättigte Fettsäuren 0.5 gKohlenhydrate 64 g davon Zucker 27 gEiweiss 4.1 gSalz 0.04 g Alle Angaben unterliegen den bei Naturprodukten üblichen Schwankungen. Lagerung: An einem kühlen, trockenen und dunklen Ort aufbewahren.

CHF 8.70*
Sea Buckthorn Berries dried Organic
Organic dried sea buckthorn berries - unsweetened & from wild collection Why buy sea buckthorn berries? An analysis carried out by the retailer provided evidence of the sensational amounts of vital substances in sea buckthorn. The berries have a very high omega 7 fatty acid and B12 content. This high content is probably only contained in the Uzbek wild-collected organic sea buckthorn. Cultivated sea buckthorn usually has much lower levels and vitamin B12 in plant foods is very rare! Dried sea buckthorn contains mostly the same vital substances and nutrients as fresh sea buckthorn, only in a more concentrated form because the water has been removed. These wild sea buckthorn berries have an intense, spicy and very sour taste. They have a strong, intense light - to dark orange color. The pulp surrounds a core, which is also dried. This results in a crispy consistency. What makes our wild organic sea buckthorn berries special? When fully ripe, the wild sea buckthorn berries are picked by hand, washed and gently dried with the help of the sun. The drying process used is a very environmentally friendly solar drying method that is extremely gentle on the product. The organic sea buckthorn berries are:• unsulphured (according to EU organic regulation)• without artificial additives• without preservatives• without dyes Where do our organic sea buckthorn berries come from? Wild harvested organic sea buckthorn berries are very hard to come by. We could buy a batch with origin Ukraine. These wild sea buckthorn berries come from the Lemberg/Lviv region in western Ukraine, near the Polish border. They are packed in 125g bags. How to integrate into the daily diet? The dried organic sea buckthorn berries are suitable as a small, refreshing snack or as a varied ingredient in your power muesli. To round off the sour taste, you can combine the sea buckthorn with nuts and sweet dried fruits such as raisins. Or you can use a healthy sweetener like agave, yacon or apple syrup. Origin Wild collected and processed in Ukraine. Nutritional values of sea buckthorn berries per 100g Energy value 1116kJ/270kcalFat 21.5gof which saturated fatty acids 1.2gcarbohydrates 8.9gof which sugar 8.8gprotein 5.5 gSalt 0.037g All information is subject to the usual fluctuations in natural products. Storage: Store in a cool, dry and dark place.

Content: 125 Gramm (CHF 13.68* / 100 Gramm)

From CHF 17.10*
Manucca raisins organic
Organic Manucca raisins - the super raisins Product description Our organic brown manucca raisins with seeds are: 100% pure nature, i.e. unoiled, without artificial additives, without preservatives, without sweeteners, without coloring 100% organic nice big raisins with seeds contain antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids gently sun/solar dried -> raw food quality Dried raisins contain the same nutrients as fresh grapes, only in a more concentrated form. Raisins contain a very high antioxidant capacity of up to 10450 µmol TE (ORAC value = Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacit). Antioxidants prevent unwanted oxidation in our body. They are therefore also referred to as radial catchers. Through their participation, the aging process of the cells is slowed down. Equally interesting are the amino acids it contains, above all valine, threonine, lysine, leucine and histidine. The kernels it contains are also very interesting because they contain vitamins A and E and polyunsaturated fatty acids such as linoleic acid (omega 6). Properties Manucca raisins The brown Manucca raisin owes its name to the South Sea myrtle or better known as Manucca. The legendary Manucca honey is made from the flowers with the help of the bees. What do Manucca raisins and Manucca honey have in common? The honey-golden brown color and a fantastic and unique taste. Our organic Manucca raisins are particularly large brown raisins that contain 1-2 seeds per raisin. The flesh is soft and slightly crunchy due to the core. The taste is intensely sweet and fruity, the stone gives the raisins a slightly bitter note. Origin and manufacture The organic Manucca raisins come exclusively from Uzbekistan. The area is largely organic and FAIRTRADE certified and is farmed by the FAIRTRADE farmers who live there. The farmers belong to a large Fairtrade community made up of 3 groups, Dustkul Bogi, Turkiston Gulba and Turob Bobo. They include around 1,000 individual farmers, along with their families. Thanks to the cooperation with Fairtrade, the farmers can offer their families a secure income and their children a new perspective. When fully ripe, the grapes are harvested by hand, piece by piece, and sorted by hand on the same day. The grapes are then gently dried with the help of the sun. The drying process used is a very environmentally friendly solar drying method that is extremely gentle on the product. For the production of 100g organic Manucca raisins you need around 700g fresh organic grapes, i.e. a ratio of 1:7. Nutritional values of dried Manucca raisins per 100g Energy value 1279 kJ / 302 kcalFat 0.6g- of which saturated fatty acids 0.2gcarbohydrates 69g- of which sugar 63gdietary fiber 5.2gProtein 2.5gSalt 0.05gPhosphorus 110mg (16%)*Iron 2.3mg (16%)**according to nutrient reference values

Content: 300 Gramm (CHF 2.83* / 100 Gramm)

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