New products: Baru Nut and Guayusa
New tastes at RDV Products: the Baru Nut and Guayusa
New source of proteins, the Baru Nut came from a large tree called “Baruzeiro” with its fruits. The baru tree is quite large, growing up to 80 feet in height. The nuts come from the fruits which grow on it and are wild-collected in the brazilian Cerrado.
The nuts can be eaten raw or roasted and flavoured. Baru Nut has very high nutritional value, fibers, fewer calories and fat, and great taste! Thus, for example, they have the taste of a mix between peanuts and cashews. And are very rich in vitamins, antioxidants and proteins.
Know more about this product here.
Another novelty is Guayusa, an Amazonian jungle super leaf. Guayusa tea is a caffeinated herbal beverage commonly consumed in South America, rich in amino acids, vitamins, and antioxidants.
The plant is related to yerba mate and generates income for the natives and helps preserve the forest.
Know more about Guayusa here.
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