Inca berries are fruit the size of cherries and packed full of goodness. According to published food sources they contain almost as much vitamin A as carrots, more iron than kale, and more potassium than bananas.
Best of all, they taste good. Inca berries are sometimes referred to as cape gooseberries, and are not too dissimilar in taste to dessert gooseberries. The inca berries I have grown are slightly sweeter than my homegrown gooseberries, but tangy at the same time.
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