Baobab powder is made from the dried fruit of a Baobab tree. Species of this tree are native to Africa, the Arabian Peninsular and Australia.
The flavour is tart and has been said to have a similar taste to sherbert!
Carob powder is made from the pod of a Carob tree (part of the pea family!) and is found in the Mediterranean, North Africa, Middle East and Western Asia to name just a few.
Carob is most commonly consumed as a powder by drying and grinding down the pod, but can also be consumed as chips or in syrup form. It's mild sweet flavour means that it is sometimes used as a substitute for cacao.
Dates are the fruit of a date palm tree. They are technically classed as a drupe due to its fleshy fruit, thin skin and stoned center.
We use a dried version of this sweet fruit as an alternative to refined sugar in our Snack Bars, providing a high dietary fibre content.
We also use date syrup in our Almond Drinks as a natural sweetener.
Figs are the fruit of a flowering plant. They can be eaten fresh or dried and are a good source of dietary fibre.
Whilst they are native to the Middle East and Asia, they are now widely grown throughout the world.
Almonds are most commonly mistaken as nuts when in fact they are a drupe - the seed of a fruit!
They can be consumed in many different ways, including roasted on their on own, crushed and sprinkled on your cereal, added to baking and even soaked and made into milk!
Packed full of beneficial vitamins and minerals, they're a great addition to a healthy, balanced diet!
Cacao is what chocolate is made from. It is the raw, most pure and nutritional form of chocolate you can consume. Not to be mistaken with cocoa which has been baked at a higher temperature.
The brazil nut is the seed of a south American tree and is one of the tallest trees in the Amazon rainforest!
These large nuts, flavourful nuts contain a high percentage of selenium which helps contributes to healthy skin and nails.
Pronounced 'ah-sigh-ee', acai is the fruit of a native Amazonian tree in South America and looks similar to a blue berry!
In dried powder form, acai is a dark purple colour and has a sour berry flavour making it a perfect addition to smoothies and breakfast bowls.
Chlorella is an micro algae which grows naturally in freshwater. It is consumed for it's high iron, protein and chlorophyll content.
Goji berries or wolf berries is a native Asian fruit.
It's extremely high in vitamin A which is good for the immune system and vitamin C which contributes to healthy skin.