Organic Traditions Antioxidant Berry Blast 100g

Organic Traditions Antioxidant Berry Blast 100g

Organic Traditions Antioxidant Berry Blast 100g

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Organic Traditions Gluten Free Antioxidant Berry Blast is a delicious superfood that contains a blend of natural Blueberries, Acai berries, Maqui berries and Camu Camu berries. The Antioxidant Berry Blast provide whole food Vitamin C, a great source of fibre and monounsaturated fatty acids such as Oleic Acid or Omega 9. 

  • 100g.
  • Raw.
  • Organic.
  • Non-GMO.
  • Gluten Free.
  • Ready to use.
  • Suitable for Vegans.
  • A source of Vitamin C.
  • No fillers, flavors, binders, sweeteners or excipients added.

Organic Traditions diverse range of superfoods, herbs, loose leaf teas, and low glycemic sweeteners have been inspired by historically revered traditional superfoods of many indigenous cultures from around the world. The cultures from which they derive their products are historically noted for their superior health status and ability to fend off sickness, disease, and other environmental conditions through their ingrained use of plant based foods.

Organic Traditions are committed to supporting farmers who are dedicated to the principles of sustainable agriculture, while supporting farming communities and the inclusive ecosystems within them through fair trade initiatives. They source certified organic, wildcrafted and ethically grown ingredients and make purity a priority by saying no to artificial flavors, preservatives and fillers. You wont find any GMO foods here.

Directions of Use

Add 1-3 teaspoons of Organic Traditions Antioxidant Berry Blast to water, coconut water, your favorite juice or to smoothies.

Ingredients

Certified Organic Blueberry Powder, Certified Organic Maqui Powder, Certified Organic Acai Powder and Wildcrafted 30:1 Camu Camu Powder (Euterpe oleracea, Vaccinium angustifolium, Myrciaria dubia, Aristotelia chilensis).

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