Your Questions Answered
What is the Queen Garnet?
Developed in Queensland and grown in all states around Australia, The Queen Garnet has been hailed as a “superfood”. Anthocyanin is a pigment that gives the Queen Garnet its very dark purple flesh and skin.
What is anthocyanin?
Anthocyanin is an antioxidant found in many naturally dark-coloured fruits, such as blackcurrants, blueberries and raspberries. Anthocyanin give some fruits their red, purple or blue plant pigments.
What is the difference between the Queen Garnet and other plum varieties?
With a longer hanging time on the tree, the Queen Garnet is able to continue to increase its antioxidant content.
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What is QG Nectar?
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What is the difference between the QG Powder Sachets and the QG Probiotic & Prebiotic Powder?
The probiotic & prebiotic powder also contains the freeze dried QG plum powder, with the addition of some prebiotics (organic baobab powder, inulin from chicory root, and green banana resistant starch) and Bacillus coagulans, a robust probiotic.
Do the QG Powder Sachets and QG Probiotic & Prebiotic Powder dissolve in water?
If mixing our powders in water does not appeal to you, they are delicious mixed in with yoghurt, cereal, and smoothies!
Do Nutrafruit's probiotic products require refrigeration?
The QG Probiotic & Prebiotic Powder contains Bacillus coagulans, a robust spore forming probiotic which means it is stable in harsh environments. Safe to keep at room temperature and also more adept at surviving the journey through the harsh conditions of the digestive tract.
The QG Probiotic Chewables contain L. acidophilus and B. lactis probiotics which prefer to be kept in cooler environments, so refrigeration after opening is ideal. This will also ensure that the chewables do not develop a sticky texture.