Roselle Jam is made of freshly harvested roselle (Hisbiscus sabdariffa) calyx. It has a characteristic taste that is reminiscent of cranberry. Roselle jam has been made since the colonial times. It is called Rosella Jam in Australia, and Florida Cranberry in the US, and Hibiscus Jam in other places.
It is still sold regularly at community fairs and charity stalls. Roselle jam is rich in fiber, calcium, niacin, riboflavin and iron. It also contains anthocyanins and natural vitamin C. Roselle calyces used in this product are organically certified.
Vegetables, herbs, and spices are major sources of health benefitting phytochemicals and antioxidants such as carotenoids and flavonoids. Most Filipinos however shy away from these types of food. In fact, the Philippines has the lowest per capita consumption of non-grain plant products in the region. Functional herbal candies are a great way of closing in the nutrition gap most especially for kids. Herbanext Herbal Candies come in various local flavours using real botanical extracts made at Herbanext. Available in non-cariogenic isomalt base or sorbitol base.
Roselle or hibiscus comes from the flower of the plant Hibiscus sabdariffa which believed to have originated from Africa. Roselle is rich in anthocyanins and its deep red colour and sweet-sour tarty taste is a perfect substitute for cranberries and strawberries. In syrup form, roselle is an amazing flavour that is ideal for use in fancy pastries, steak
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