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Los Angeles, CA – Volcano Produce™ will be showcasing the Goldenberry™, also known as Physalis Peruviana, at the 2014 Produce Marketing Associations (PMA) Fresh Summit. Visitors to the Volcano Produce™ booth will have the opportunity to sample the Goldenberry™ and learn more about company’s organic produce line, which is available year-round and includes cucumbers (all varieties), grape tomatoes, green onions, cabbage, carrots, radishes and Brussels sprouts.

Imported from South America, the Goldenberry™ is high in protein, offers a number of vitamins and minerals and is a delicious source of bioflavonoids. It has a multitude of health-benefiting nutritional elements, including polyphenols, which carry anti-inflammatories and antioxidants. With an astonishing 45% of the daily-recommended allowance of vitamin A in just one ounce, the Goldenberry™ also contributes to healthy eyes and skin. This superfood contains 445 milligrams of vitamin C per 100 grams–compared to an apple, which only contains 6 milligrams of vitamin C per 100 grams. Other nutrients in the Goldenberry™ include vitamin C, vitamin B, fiber, phosphorus, iron, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and ascorbic acid.

Visitors, press and industry members can stop by Volcano Produce™ at Booth # 4652 to find out more information about the Goldenberry™ and the company’s many produce offerings.

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At other food shows, new companies and exhibitors are relegated to Siberia. At the PMA, one could hardly move through the ’newbie’ aisle the first day. Attendees were actively engaging in the booths to learn about new offerings. One of these new exhibitors was Volcano Produce, a ten-year-old  grower, shipper and importer of certified organic produce. They also import exotic fruits from Latin America and are the largest importers of GoldenBerries (sometimes know as Cape Gooseberries). A bona fide superfood loaded with vitamins and antioxidants, these members of the nightshade family look like tomatillos with a papery shell resembling a part-open umbrella.

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Ingrid Penuela and Toni Rodosta of Volcano Produce Inc, make it onto The ProduceNews. Click on the photo to the left or the link below to read more: mit-2014-group-2#!DSC_0948