Maqui is a deep purple berry that grows wild throughout southern Chile. It’s so prolific that there is no need to cultivate it as a crop. There’s enough growing wild all over hillsides, along roadways, and through fields, to meet growing demand (for the time being, at least!).
Maqui berries are of special interest due to their unusually high content of delphinidins, a type anthocyanin and a potent anti-inflammatory. Freeze dried soon after picking, the berries are then milled into a fine powder, perfect for adding to smoothies, juices, desserts, and baking. (More Info)