These tiny dehydrated parcels of joy punch well about their weight when it comes to health benefits and deliciousness. 

Here are a few of our favourite things about Inca berries: 

They Taste Like Sour Skittles

Inca berries are affectionately known as the “healthy sour skittle”, thanks to their mouth-tingling combination of sweet and sour. They’re perfect for adding flavour to meals, protein balls, or simply eating as a snack. 

A Natural Multivitamin

They are extremely high in antioxidants, vitamin C, potassium and protein – and they have the highest fibre content of all dried fruit!

So Many Ways To Eat Them

Inca berries can be added to your diet in a variety of ways – try using them for: 

  • Granola and porridge additions
  • Muffins, scones, biscuits
  • Cheese platter accompaniments
  • Roast chicken stuffing
  • Salad additions (think couscous or quinoa!)
  • Curries
  • Blended into bliss balls
  • Solo, as a snack 



Inca Berries are native to Peru, South America, and grow best in high tropical areas like Ecuador and Chile.

Technically… They’re Not Berries

They may look and taste like dried berries – but they are, in fact, more closely related to a tomato than a raspberry. When fresh, they resemble small, yellow cherry tomatoes, but once dried they taste more sweet and tart, like a berry. 


    Where To Buy Them

    We’re so glad you asked! You can find Inca Berries online here, or fresh in bulk in any Naked Foods stores Australia-wide.