Aronia Berries: Juice, Chews and Fresh

by admin on February 20, 2013

Fresh-frozen Aroniaberries (Chokeberry), 32 Oz. Package
Because many people find it difficult to handle the taste of the Aronia berry alone, there are several different products available to avoid eating it raw while still getting the benefits of the berry. Red Aronia berries are a bit sweeter than black and purple ones, but a good portion of individuals still prefer to consume the fruit in juices, jam, or tea rather than by itself. Many of these products use sweeteners to dull the astringent taste of the fruit and reduce the feeling of dry mouth.

Aroniaberry (Chokeberry) Gummy Chews, 16 oz

One of the many products that provide Aronia berry benefits are gummy chews. These snacks often feature organic sweeteners to provide a taste that people prefer. Many of them are gluten, wheat, and dairy free, unlike the gummy candies that you find in most snack aisles. They are a great way to take advantage of the berry’s antioxidant properties after a long day at work or simply to start your morning the right way. The purple berry is favored for these snacks because it has even more powerful antioxidant properties with emphasis on neutralizing free radicals. Even better is that these snacks will appeal to children, who may not want to eat fruits regularly.

Aroniaberry (Chokeberry) Juice Concentrate 16 Fl. Oz

There are also concentrated juices available to easily add the berry to your diet. These juices are rather strong alone so many people like to mix a teaspoon or two into their water, tea, or any other beverage. This is a great way to add some natural nutrients to your diet. The best part is that you can mix it with whatever you prefer. For example, if you love to eat plain yogurt, why not add a bit of the fruit to it to reap its benefits while not having to go out of your way to make a new meal? For this reason, chokeberries are also sold in frozen packages to ensure that the fruit is kept fresh for when you need to use it. You can add the whole berries to breakfast foods like cereal or pancakes. If you are not big on breakfast, you can also use the berries in desserts or salads to give a little something extra to guests at dinner parties or keep your family healthy without much extra work.

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