Inca Berries

Our delicious Organic Inca Berries are native to the high altitudes of tropical South America and are 100% certified organic. These berries are deep orange in colour and have a delicious tangy flavour that is simply irresistible!


Product Name Inca Berries
Ingredients Inca Berries
Microbiological Specifications Total Plate Count <10 000 cfu per gram

Coliforms <50 cfu per gram

E Coli – <10g cfu/g

Salmonella – Not detected in 25g Yeast & Moulds <2000 cfu per gram

Nutritional Panel Information
Nutrition Information

Servings per package: (varies depending on package weight)

Serving Size: 100 gm

Average Quantity per 100 g
Energy 1468kJ
Protein 6.62g
Fat, total

– saturated




– sugars



Sodium 2.7mg
Genetically modified foods present GMO Free
Potential Allergens (product or processing) Product: Nil
Physical Appearance Coloured – Golden Orange (will darken over time due to no preservatives) Appearance – Uniform

Texture – Soft, chewy, wrinkled surface

Flavour – Typical of Inca berries
Weight(s) 1kg
Type of Packaging Airtight
Intended Use To be consumed by the general population without further processing.
Standard Packaging for Delivery In sealed packaging
Recommended Storage Conditions Keep cool and dry.

Store between 8-12 Degrees Celsius.

Keep away from other food that may harbour insects and strong odours.

Shelf Life (packaged product)  

24 months under recommended storage conditions

Country of Origin (List % if >1 country)  


High quality
Target Groups General population
Customer Preparation None required
Sensitive Populations
Labelling Requirements Labelled in accordance with the FSANZ Food Standards Code
Delivery Methods Delivery vehicle at ambient temperature stored separately from chemicals or other substances that may present potential for cross contamination.
Special Distribution Controls (if any) Nil
Foreign Materials Shell, husk, stone, stick, embedded shell, plastic, metal and glass
Delivery Same day Within 24 hours

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