Lulo is a subtropical perennial plant from northwestern South America from where the
fruit is harvested and packaged for your next successful application!
This refreshing and healthy fruit has a sweet and sour taste and can be added to
various food applications.
Whether it is an innovative ice cream, beverage application or natural acidification,
consider Lulo for all your needs
The Lulo plant is attractive, with a large heart-shaped leaf up to 30 cm in length.
The leaves and stems of the plant are covered in short purple hairs. The fruit has
a strong citrus flavor, sometimes described as a combination of rhubarb and lime.
Its characteristic aroma makes it perfect for use in beverage applications.
Lulo is particularly healthy and contains calcium, phosphorous and iron in addition
to vitamins B and C!
Lulo is one of the best juices that quenches your thirst and is good for you. Lulo
has a great potential to become the newest taste sensation for your application in
yogurts, juices, jams and more!
Call or email for samples today! We're sure you'll love Lulo!
For a sample of Lulo NFC - CLICK HERE
For a sample of Lulo concentrate 18-20 - CLICK HERE
For samples of both NFC and concentrate 18-20 - CLICK HERE
Season: in Ecuador and Colombia best season June-October
Andean Blackberry: The "Mora variety" of blackberry is a tart "wine-like" berry that
complements to bananas, melons, and peaches.
Delicious AND Nutritious:
Blackberries are very high in Vitamin C and fiber adding nutraceutical value and GREAT
flavor to your next application or formulation!
Blackberries, are rich in potent antioxidants such as anthocyanins and ellagic acid.
Ellagic acid, a phenolic compound is shown to have anti-carcinogenic, anti-viral and
anti-bacterial properties. Cooking does not destroy ellagic acid, so even blackberry
jams and desserts retain ellagic acid health benefits.
Blackberries are low in calories, carbohydrates and have no fat, which makes them
popular in low carbohydrate and low calorie diets.
For a sample of Andean blackberry NFC - CLICK HERE
For a sample of Andean blackberry concentrate 13-15 - CLICK HERE
For samples of both NFC and concentrate 13-15 - CLICK HERE
Season: in Ecuador and Colombia best season November-January and April-June
- Jams, jellies, syrups and preserves
- Pies, pastries
- Drink mixes, sodas
- Ice creams, sorbets
"Please pass the blackberries!!"