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September 2015 Issue

Golden Berry Health Potential; Pros and Cons of Brown Rice Syrup

The golden berry, also called pichuberry (named after Machu Picchu in Peru) and cape gooseberry, is a Peruvian “super” fruit that grows abundantly in the Andes region of South America. These little golden fruits, which look like small, marble-sized yellow tomatoes nestled in a parchment paper-looking husk, are part of the nightshade family, along with tomatoes, potatoes and eggplant. When dried, they look like golden raisins and have a sweet and tart taste.

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