Dried Barberry

Total AU$18
Quantity: 1
Total AU$18

About Dried Barberry

Ingredients Barberry
Shelf life 12 months
Allergens Tree Nuts May be Present: Peanuts, Other Nuts, Sesame, Soy, Milk, Gluten, Egg
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features No additives, No Sugar, No Chemical, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Paleo

What I am about to talk is an edible light crimson jewel with a tart flavour similar to cranberries. Yeah, I mean naturally dried barberry. Its appearance is extremely appetizing. It is a low-calorie, tasty snack that you fall in love with because it charms with its colour and flavour. Excellent when stewed with kinds of foods, especially chicken or beef. It makes your fruit salads colourful, great textured and specific tasty. 


Natural Moreish’s dried products contain no added sugar or preservatives, artificial colours or flavours and are non-GMO. Natural Moreish observes all hygienic protocols in the packaging. Buy them with confidence.


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General information 

Natural dried barberry is dehydrated barberry, and you have tiny edible jewels that are more durable than the fruit version. It still has all benefits and flavour since they are dried without any additives, preservatives or artificial colours, making them a delicious and healthy treat.

They are travel snacks, this much delicious and light that you will never get enough of them. They don’t need to be washed since the package has already been provided clean.

The best reason to use these delicious tinies is that they can be used quickly and easily since they are a complete package of flavour and properties. Just have them the same way you would normally have the fresh ones.

Best Ways to Use Natural Dried Barberry 

Natural dried barberry is extremely easy to use. If you cook with it, rehydrate it within 10 minutes and add to slow-cooked dishes and rice pilafs. Dried barberries have a unique tart flavour that adds zest and tartness to any dish, and their vibrant red colour encourages you to make colourful recipes. You can simply add them to your food, especially chicken, soups and stews. These jewels make your salads, desserts, and all dishes flavourful and colourful.

Barberries are known for their tart, slightly sweet flavour, and you can enjoy them raw, make delicious jams, or as a component of rice dishes and salads. You can also juice them or brew them to make their tea.



Keep dried barberries in a cool, dry place. Keep them in the fridge, and you can preserve them for a longer time. Properly stored, they will last for about 12 months.


SKU: 338

Nutritional Information

Serving size: 50g
661kJ 1322kJ
Protein, total
1.8g 3.6g
Fat, total
1.75g 3.5g
0.25g 0.5g
31.95g 63.9g
13.6g 27.2g
0.5mg 1mg

Postage, Returns & Payments

Post with Australia standard post
Delivery Time 5-7 Days
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Dried Barberry FAQ

How long should the berries soak for?

Consider them like raisins. Use dry or plump for 20 minutes in warm water.

Is there any added sugar or preservative?

No, our dried barberries are dried without any additives such as sugar or oils making them a delicious and healthy treat.

What Does It Taste Like?

Like cranberries in a way, but not as sour. Tart and delicious tangy flavor.

Do they need to be rinsed before eating?

We always recommend rinsing Dried Barberries. However, some people don’t rinse it since they want to keep the original taste of it.

Can they be eaten as they are without boiling?

Yes, dried barberries have a unique tart and tangy flavor that are great straight from the bag.

They seem very wet inside, not dried. Is this correct? How should I store them?

Totally dried usually makes barberries not fresh and the color also becomes darker. Keeping in the fridge after opening the bag, is the best way to store dried barberries.

What are barberries used for?

Barberries are known to have a tart, slightly sweet flavor and can be eaten raw, in jam, or as a component of rice dishes and salads. They can also be juiced or used to make tea. Supplemental forms of barberry include dried capsules, liquid extracts, and ointments or gels made from whole berries or berberine extract.

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