Apple RingsApple Rings
Dried apple is high in fibre and are known to provide essential nutrients and an array of health protective bioactive ingredients, making them valuable tools to both increase diet quality and help reduce the risk of chronic disease.
Australian ApricotsAustralian Apricots
These Australian dried apricots are premium quality – graded fancy large. They have no added sugar and are non-GMO. With a lovely tangy, sweet flavour and aroma, they make a delicious, convenient snack. Great added to muesli, granola, raw food recipes and baked goods. Dried apricots are a fabulous health snack. Soaked, or reconstituted, dried apricots also make an excellent substitute for fresh apricots when out of season.
Australian Bananas SundriedAustralian Bananas Sundried
Our delicious whole sun dried bananas are and excellent source of potassium and have been found to contain antibiotic properties to help fight off infections and viruses, which are great for those wintery months. Not only do they contain many health promoting properties but are also incredibly addictive and can easily be used in array of delicious baked goods. Including breads, cakes, cupcakes, muffins, slices, tarts, cookies and even taste great when dipped in chocolate! Whole sun dried bananas can also be found in a number of trail mixes, muesli and granola mixes and can easily be used in ice-cream and yoghurt to add some extra flavour. They are a fantastic energy-boosting snack that can easily be enjoyed on their own and sharing with friends, and look great when used to fill gourmet hampers. However way you like to enjoy our yummy whole dried bananas we are sure they will taste delicious!
Australian Golden SultanasAustralian Golden Sultanas
Golden sultanas, sometimes just called golden raisins, are golden-colored dried grapes that are made from various varieties of seedless white-fleshed grapes. The skin of these fruits start off as pale yellow in color, but unlike raisins, don’t darken in the same way as they dry
Australian LinseedAustralian Linseed
Linseeds, also called flaxseeds, have a fresh nutty flavour. Great source of fibre. Linseeds are very versatile and an ingredient in LSA; they can be added to baking recipes or sprinkled on sweet or savoury dishes.
Chia SeedsChia Seeds
Chia is an ancient seed superfood that has more Omega 3 and Dietary Fibre than any other plant-based food..
Chia can boost the nutrition content in your diet. Chia contains plant based Omega 3 ALA; essential ‘good fat’ that should be consumed every day and dietary fibre that aids the digestive system. Chia is also gluten free. It can be added to many foods to make them more filling and can therefore help with weight loss by curbing your appetite.
Chia can easily be included into your everyday diet. Sprinkle raw on foods as a nutrition booster. Add to breakfast cereals, salads and soups. Or you can mix them with water to form a thick gel and blend into smoothies. Try adding this super-seed to bread and muffin recipes.