top of page
​  Presentations

  • Juice (Aseptic)

  • Puree (Raw, Aseptic)



Physalis is a genus of plants in the nightshade family (Solanaceae). The genus is characterised by the small orangey fruit similar in size, shape and structure to a small tomato, but partly or fully enclosed in a large papery husk derived from the calyx.

The typical Physalis fruit is similar to a firm tomato (in texture), and like strawberries or other fruit in flavor; they have a mild, refreshing acidity. Its uses are similar to the common tomato or to fruits with a refreshing taste. Once extracted from its husk, it may be eaten raw or used in salads, desserts, as a flavoring, and in jams and jellies. They can also be dried and eaten much like figs, apricots or grapes. they are sometimes used in herbalism as a remedy for sore throats.


bottom of page