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Kimaye Cape Gooseberry (250 g)

The Gooseberry is related to tomatillo and shares similarities with its sweetish tomato flavor. Gooseberries also known as Rasbhari, are citrusy, tarty and sweet with mellow earthy undertones. Gooseberries have many soft edible seeds that don't require removal. The texture of the fruit resembles that of a plum-its juice explodes upon biting into the glossy, fleshy skin.

Origin : Maharashtra 

Pack : 250g

₹9900

₹7900

₹9900

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Storage Instructions:

- Store Cape Gooseberries in refrigerated conditions and consume within 5 days of delivery.

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kimaye promise

Bringing you Cape Gooseberries straight from the farms of Maharashtra. Each Gooseberry meets Kimaye safety and quality standards and is traceable to its farmer and source.

Kimaye Cape Gooseberry
Kimaye Cape Gooseberry

Fruit Fun Facts

Cape Gooseberry came in early 1800's from the settlers of Cape of Good Hope. The Cape Gooseberries came to India via Rio di Janerio. It is scientifically known as 'Phylasis Peruviana'.

Health Benefits

Health Benefits

Cape Gooseberry's high amount of Vitamin A protects the eye, maintains skin and bone health and prevents formation of cataract. Cape Gooseberries are a great source of pectin, a compound critical for calcium absorption.

Nutritional Information
Total Calories

Total Calories
53Kcal

Carbohydrate

Carbohydrate
11.1 g

Protein

Protein
1.8 g

Vitamin C

Vitamin C
49 mg

*Note: Nutritional Information is per 100 g Cape Gooseberry.