The Kakadu Plums for this freeze-dried Kakadu Plum powder comes from Northern Territory Indigenous communities and Indigenous growers/wild harvesters. When buying our Kakadu Plum powder, you are supporting families and employment in Indigenous communities.
The Kakadu Plum in Marrithiel language is called Migoray. Kakadu Plums have the highest level of Vitamin C of any fruit in the world. They are extremely high in antioxidant capacity and have both the hydrophilic and lipophilic types. Due to the this extremely high antioxidant capability, research is currently being undertaken to analyse the ability of Kakadu Plum in preventing and delaying oxidative stress diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, cancer and other aging and degenerative diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.
Kakadu Plums are also a good source of Vitamin E, magnesium, lutein, folate and have a high K:Na (Potassium to Sodium) ratio. The Kakadu Plum also has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties and is currently used in some food industries to extend food shelf life.
Kakadu Plum Flavour: Apple and pear with citrus tones, sour to sweet depending on how ripe the fruit is.
Kaiyu Muntrie Freeze Dried Powder 10g
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This little Australian native berry is a super-berry! It is an excellent source of antioxidants- (in the form of Vitamin E) and a source of calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.
The muntrie is a small green and purple berry that grows on a woody ground cover found in western Victoria and SA.
Muntries were an important source of food for Aboriginal people. They ate them fresh, dried them for later to eat when food was scarce and traded them with other clans.
Flavour: Spicy apple flavour.
Kaiyu Quandong Freeze Dried Powder 10g
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Quandongs have an outstanding antioxidant capacity. They are also a good source of protein, folate, iron, magnesium, zinc, Vitamin E and Vitamin C (for more nutritional information see RIRDC).
The quandong, native peach, guwandhang (Whiraduri language) or kurtuki (Ngarrindjeri language) has been around for 45 million years (pollen samples were found at Nelly Creek, SA). Aboriginals in the southern and inland arid parts of Australia have been using this highly nutritious fruit for many thousands of years. Early settlers used the quandong to make jams and chutneys. The bright red fruits can be found hanging on the quandong tree like Christmas baubles from September to November.
Flavour: Slightly sweet and tart with earthy fermented tones.
Kimberley Wild Gubinge Fruit Wafers 25g
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Kimberley Wild Gubinge Wafers are the ultimate superfood snack. They are a delicate, crisp, tangy wafer that is loaded with Vitamin C and antioxidants. All the same great benefits of the KWG Powder but in a wafer. Great for people on the go, sprinkling on salad or even used as a taco chip for dips. The kids just love them and a great way to introduce friends to our Australian Native superfood. 100% pure fruit flesh only, no additives, no preservatives. For those who like a little crunch to their super foods .
The Premium Kakadu Plum products and Original KWG Creation.