What if we told you we had a mouth-watering range of vegan chocolate truffles, filled with nutritious superfoods like cacao, mesquite, lucuma and maca, with a touch of sweetness from prebiotic rich dark agave?
Yep, it’s absolutely true!! Brand new in store are Eridu’s SuperOrbs. Rich in amino acids, fibre and protein, with an impressive nutrient profile of potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc and more. SuperOrbs are available in 6 gourmet flavours that will have you be reaching for these tasty vegan snacks, again and again. Whether you are gluten or dairy free, vegan or paleo, you’ll find one to suit your tastes and dietary needs.
Being both Certified Organic and proudly Australian made and owned, this remarkable company has developed their products with the intention to support the diversity of ethical farming and sustainable food production. Using ‘living’ ‘wild crafted’ and ‘super’ foods to deliver maximum nutrition and flavour, Eridu products will give you an energy boost while strengthening your immunity.
What’s the difference between living, wild crafted and super foods we hear you ask?
Living foods: are foods with their natural living enzymes intact, either in their raw state or gently dehydrated at low temperatures. These foods are known to heal, fuel and strengthen our bodies.
Wild crafted foods: are foods that have been harvested from plants in their wild or natural environment for their medicinal properties. Often these foods contain higher constituents of nutrients having adapted over time to harsher environments.
Superfoods: are foods with higher amounts of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and flavonoids to boost immunity, fight ageing and illness.
Devour your way through all 6 SuperOrb flavours. All available in store now.
Cacao: Raw cacao powder and nibs, chia seeds, oats, sunflower seeds, pepitas and apple-juice-cured dried cranberries all coated in vegan dark chocolate.
Mesquite: The delicious sweet caramel taste of Mesquite, enlivened with cranberries, pepitas, sunflower seeds then rolled in toasted cashews.
Lucuma: Maple-hinted lúcuma fruit powder, almonds and goji berry blended in a velvet cacao, tahini fudge all enrobed in dark vegan chocolate and delicious toasted almonds.
Maca: Hormone balancing maca root, almonds fused with seeds and cranberries then rolled in delicious evaporated coconut nectar crystals.
Goji: Raw cacao, almonds, goji berries and sunflower seeds rolled in vegan dark chocolate and coated in crunchy chia seeds
Cranberry: A luscious blend of apple juice-cured cranberries, sumptuous creamed coconut and raw cacao rolled in toasted coconut.
Now which one to try first??
Written by Emma H for go natural foods