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As the cold creeps in and the days grow shorter, our food choices begin to reflect the changing seasons.


For many, winter brings to mind images of imported fruits and vegetables, as the local produce section seems to shrink away. However, the practice of eating locally doesn’t have to hibernate until spring. In today’s fast-paced world, quality and freshness are often sacrificed in the name of efficiency.


Here at Berry Lady we take our service and quality very seriously to ensure good customer service and satisfaction. We are always looking to add new products to our ever growing product list.


We are excited to announce the new kids on the block:

-Frozen Kale cubes

-Frozen Red Beet cubes (Beetroot)

-Frozen Spinach cubes

-Frozen Sour Cherries


So, grab a basket, get ready to harvest some knowledge, and let’s embark on this delicious journey together!


Frozen Kale Cubes

500g - R 35 1kg - R 70


Kale contains four times the vitamin C content and twice the selenium content of spinach, as well as nutrients like vitamin E and beta-carotene. These are all important for supporting a healthy immune system. Kale also contains a number of nutrients that support heart health, including potassium, which maintains a healthy blood pressure.


Frozen Red Beet Cubes

500g - R 45 1kg - R 80


A gorgeous deep purple in colour, this is a great vegetable to add to most meals such as smoothies, juices and cooked meals.  Packed with vitamins and minerals, you can also add this naturally sweet vegetable to a baked dish such as brownies or baked potato. Beets have been linked to a boost in stamina (so drink them before a workout!)


Frozen Spinach Cubes

500g - R40 1kg - R 75


Spinach is a superfood amongst green leafy vegetables. Spinach has a variety of antioxidants, including carotenoids like beta-carotene and lutein. Vitamin K is essential to bone health and growth, and spinach is packed with it. Blend spinach into anything from a fruit smoothie to pancakes to hummus, and add it to soups, vegetable chili, and wraps.


Frozen Sour Cherries

500g - R55 1kg - R105


Frozen sour cherries, also known as tart cherries, are a favourite amongst bakers. It may delight you to learn that not only are cherries among the healthiest of fruits, but they also rank as one of the most health-protective foods overall. As a source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, the tart little spheres delay the process of ageing while fighting off illnesses like Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and heart disease. Sour red cherries, in particular, contain melatonin that improves sleep quality, as well as quercetin that decreases blood pressure and improves immune function. Need I say more?!


Lookout for our next blog for some delicious winter dishes!


Until next time, stay safe and stay warm.

Ruth





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