Botanical Name

Syzygium luehmannii

Also Known As

small leaved lilly pilly, clove lilli pilli.

Region

Native to north east coast of Australia, and now cultivated and distributed along south coast of NSW, Victoria and South Australia

Flavour

Riberry comes from the same family as cloves, and has a refreshingly tart, spicy flavour that has a hint of cloves and cinnamon. 

Uses

Fruit can be eaten off the plant. It is also used for jams, chutney, and sauces, 

Additional Info

Three times the folate of a blueberry. Rich in manganese and an important plant source of calcium. Contains high levels of anthocyanin, a potent antioxidant that is thought to improve cognitive function and protect against certain cancers, heart and Alzheimer’s diseases.

Commonly referred to as “medicine berries” by indigenous
Australians, riberries provide essential vitamins and minerals to fight against colds and keep the immune system healthy. The pulp is known to treat ear infections. 

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