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Physalis - Bay of Incas

  • 100% Organic Physalis
  • From Peru
  • Available in 50g and 120g bags

          French organic label for Physalis        European Organic Certification for Valebio's Physalis        Gluten Free certification for Valebio's Physalis        OGM Free For valebio's Physalis        Vegan certification for Valebio's Physalis

5,99 €


  • 120 g
  • 5 kg

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The physalis is an orange fruit grown in Latin America. In salad, jam or tart, its sweet and fresh flavor is very pleasant. It is a powerful antibacterial, and a good-locking and slimming ally.


Name Physalis, The pysalis of Peru, Inca berry, Ground Cherry, Cape gooseberry
DESCRIPTION Dried fruits
QUALITy Certified 100% Organic – Gluten Free – Vegan
POSOLOGy Recipes
packaging 50g or 120g bags
preservation The protective food film inside the packaging protects the Spirulina from the light and the humidity in order to preserve its nutritional properties.

learn more about valebio's physalis

1er avantage de la spiruline valebio 100% Organic
2eme avantage de la spiruline Valebio Good for Vegans
3eme avantage de la spiruline Valebio Gluten Free
4eme avantage dans notre spiruline Valebio Pollution Free
5eme avantage pour notre spiruline valebio Surprising
  • The Physalis is like a small grape filled with small seeds and delicious fruity. High content of Vitamin B1, B3, phosphorus and flavonoids, this strong anti-oxidant fruit is also a natural tranquilizer !
  • This Inca’s Berry is certified from organic farming, produced in Peru.


Nutrient Nutritional Values
per 100g
Unite of
Energy Value 325,2 kcal
Proteins 6,8 g
Fibers 14,4 g
Lipids 0,4 g
Carbohydrates 74,4 g

the packaging

Physalis are fragile. Therefore, we made a packaging capable of protecting them from losing its properties during its preservation. Since Physalis are sensitive to the light and its variations, we chose a packaging that would protect them from the external environment. In order to do this, a protective food film is put into the packaging so the light cannot penetrate.

guidance for a proper use of physalis

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It contains only 32 calories per 100 grams of fruit. Its concentration of lipids and carbohydrates is also low. Consuming the Physalis avoids the deficiencies which may occur during a diet.


You can cook the Physalis by adding some fruits in your breakfast or your juice. Its taste is pleasant and the fruit will accompany with delight your muffins, yoghurt or porridge.
Here are some tasty recipes you can make with Physalis:

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the Origin of physalis

physalis There are several species of Physalis. Called Physalis of Peru or the Inca’s Berry, only the orange part of the fruit is edible. The first traces of the Physalis are back to the 18th century in Latin America. It was then grown in the Andean part of Venezuela.
It is in the 19th century that appears the Physalis in Europe. Europeans used it for its decorative value. It occupied and inhabited the gardens, but the fruits have a little interest. The Physalis is now grown throughout Latin America, but also in parts of North America.