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Stand:

N2263

Hall:

North Hall

Section:

Producers Market - H&W

Contact Details:

Abakus Foods
Suite 186, 43 Bedford St
London
WC2E 9HA
Tel. 0203 371 1688

Country:

United Kingdom

Company Profile:

Jujube fruit, new superfood snack of 2017! Packed w/ phytonutrients & 20x more vitamin C than citrus fruits, it is known to boost immune system,improve sleep,uplift mood,increase vitality. Natural sweet taste makes them the perfect healthy snack& a brilliant ingredient.GF,DF,vegan.

Company Website:

www.abakusfoods.com

Products:
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Abakus Dried Jujube Fruit

Jujube fruit, new superfood snack of 2017! These are pitted dried whole Jujube fruits. They taste sweet, aromatic, and chewy. Great as a healthy snack to fight sweet cravings, or to use in porrid...

Abakus Jujube Crisps

Jujube fruit, new superfood snack of 2017! These are freeze-dried crunchy Jujube slices. The freeze-drying is a gently processing method which helps preserve the nutrients. The texture is crunchy...

Abakus Hickory Nuts

Exquisite nuts from the hickory tree, oven baked for a crunchy texture and an indulgent buttery flavour (often described as butterscotch). Packed with vitamins and minerals, our hickory nuts are a ...

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Product Categories:

Free From – Gluten | Health & Wellbeing | Vegetarian / Vegan Foods | Dried & Glace Fruit – Ingredients not snacking | Crisps | Dried Fruit | Healthy Snacks | Nuts | Savoury Snacks | Sweet Snacks

Press Releases:

Jan 6, 2017

Jujube Fruit – New Superfood Snack of 2017

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The Jujube fruit, also called the Red Date, has been enjoyed for its health and wellbeing properties for thousands of years in South-East Asia and it is now being launched in the UK by Abakus Foods!

Packed with flavonoids, phenols and antioxidants, the fresh Jujube fruit has 20x times more vitamin C than citrus fruits. It is also dense in Manganese and Iron, and boasts 18 out of the 24 important amino acids which are essential to the formation of more than 50,000 proteins found in the human body.

In countries where the Jujube fruit is well known, consumers eat them to help with a range of health issues including insomnia and general gastrointestinal problems; to lower blood pressure and to enhance overall mood and wellbeing. The high levels of vitamins and minerals help support the immune system, build red blood cells, and help reduce tiredness and increase vitality.

Mostly eaten dried, they taste soft, chewy, and have a naturally sweet, aromatic flavour. They make a tasty snack to fight sugar cravings, and are a versatile ingredient. For example, they can be used to sweeten porridge, smoothies, baking and energy balls. They can also be used in cooking in place of dried apples, dates or goji berries. A top recipe tip is to tear Jujube on top of peanut butter toast!

Beside the pitted dried fruit, Abakus also offers freeze-dried Jujube crisps, which make a fun and crunchy snack for both adults and children.

Abakus Jujube fruit has no added sugar, no chemical additives, and is free from gluten, dairy, sulphite, and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Origins
The Jujube fruit is from the buckthorn family, with origins in China dating back more than 4000 years. Nowadays, it can also be found in Southern Europe such as Italy and Spain, in the Middle East, Australia, and USA. The tree can survive very cold weather and does not need much water – a true gift from Mother Nature.

Stockists
Abakus Jujube fruit can be bought from Wholefoods Markets, Revital, Budgens, independent health food stores, and on www.abakusfoods.com
RRP is £1.79 per pouch.

About Abakus Foods
Abakus Foods is on a mission to make healthy eating fun and easy for the busy lifestyle. All its products use simple and natural ingredients, have no additives, and are gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan. The company was founded by Helen Wang, a London foodie, who travels the world to bring consumers the most nutritious and unique snacks.

For more information, visit www.abakusfoods.com or contact info@abakusfoods.com.

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