NutriCargo's May Ingredients Sale
Refresh and renew. Spring is the time! We all want you to be the healthiest, happiest person in this world. That's why for May we're giving you an extra gift! It's the perfect time to stock up on some great-tasting, healthy ingredients! Use code Herb10 at checkout when ordering $25 or more. You'll want this deal before we run out. Some popular items on sale this month include:
Dulse is a unique type of seaweed that contains more protein and dietary fiber than most other sea vegetables. Dulse powder has many uses, it can be mixed into flour to make traditional dulse bread or added as an ingredient in smoothies. Dulse has a salty taste that can be added to salads, cooked potatoes or chowders for extra flavor.
The wild harvested plant also contains vitamin A and other nutrients. The delicate harvesting of dulse is a painstaking process that takes place during the short summer season from June to October.
Pineapples might seem like an exotic fruit at first, but they're actually very common and can be found growing all over the world. In addition to being tasty with its tangy flavor that will keep you coming back for more. Pineapple juice is a popular tropical beverage.
Pineapple juice is rich in nutrients, it is also a good source of antioxidants. Pineapple contains bromelain which is a popular ingredient for post workout products. It also contains vitamin C, with one glass of Pineapple juice providing 40% of the recommended daily need.
The pomegranate is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub in the family Lythraceae, that can grow between 5 and 10 feet tall. The intact sarcotesta or juice from these fruits are used for baking purposes as well cooking with it also having many other uses like Juice Blends, meal garnishes, smoothies, alcoholic beverages such as cocktails & wine.
The small pink seeds inside a pomegranate, called the arils, are the edible portion of the fruit. Pomegranates are low in calories and fat but high in fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Pomegranates are rich in antioxidants and polyphenolic compounds. They also contain some protein.
One of the most widely-consumed ingredients in Peruvian cuisine, Purple Corn has been cultivated in Peru for thousands of years. All Purple Corn strains originate from an ancient purple corn which is known as Kculli. It has long been honored by the native peoples where it is known as "the plant of remembrance".
It is used as a base for drinks, sorbets, puddings and popsicles or used to make bread and tortillas. Purple Corn is a nutrient powerhouse due to its rich antioxidant content, vitamins and minerals.
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