Bolster immunity and banish colds with Berry Immune. A super protective, super yummy berry blend to bolster immunity and help banish colds. This sweet pink powder is how clever parents sneak vital immune-supporting nutrients into smoothies and food to keep kids healthy all year round!
With bioavailable Vitamin C, Zinc, Iron & Vitamin D from magical ingredients like Rosehip, Sea Buckthorn, Echinacea and 9 super berries, Berry Immune supports*:
Growth & Development
Berry Immune doesn’t contain: any artificial nasties, gluten, refined sugar, or immunity from bad dad jokes.
Perfect for 12 months+
*When consumed in conjunction with a healthy, varied diet.
Berry Immune tastes like a sweet tutti frutti berry explosion with a tiny bit of tang. We have combined only the best refractance window-dried berries and fruits with nutrient-rich superfoods to bring you an immune-boosting taste sensation that the kids will be bugging you for.
What is Echinacea?
Echinacea is a herb that has been used in traditional herbal modalities around the world for over a century to support immune well-being. It’s good to know that Echinacea is derived from a family of plants known as the Asteraceae family (the same family that Daisy’s, Sunflowers & Dandelions belong, too), so if you or your child has an allergy or contact sensitivity to plants from this variety (such as hives or hay-fever) it's best to steer clear from Berry Immune.
Are the flavours natural?
Yes! We use premium plant-based flavours that are created using only natural processing methods such as heating, fermenting and pressing. There is nothing artificial in Berry Immune.
Is Berry Immune gluten-free?
Yes! The recipe does not contain any gluten-containing ingredients, and we make sure that Berry Immune is manufactured and packed in a gluten-free environment.
I am a grown-up, can I have some?
No, go find some grown-up food! (only kidding) anyone can have our delicious and nutritious Berry Immune. We specifically designed this product to meet young children's needs (between 1-3 years). However, anyone older than 1 year of age can take this product, including adults. As an adult, your body needs a higher amount of nutrients, but that doesn't mean you can't take this product.
Is it pregnancy and breastfeeding friendly?
Yes! In saying this, we do advise on all of our product pages to seek the advice of your primary health care professional when taking our products if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. We only say this as we believe that every pregnancy is different, taking a toll differently on each individual body in vitamin, mineral and energy levels. We invite you to research the product to ensure you are not sensitive to any particular ingredients.
Is it vegan?
Yes, it sure is.
Are the canisters recyclable?
Yes, they are.
What does refractance dried mean?
Refractance window drying is the name of the drying method of choice for all of Nutra Organics fruit and veggie powders, the reason we use it is simply because it’s the best. Refractance window drying is the most effective drying method for nutrient retention which is super important when we’re talking about water-soluble vitamins and antioxidants (hello Berry Immune!). We want as much of these volatile nutrients in our product as possible, other drying methods such as spray drying/drum drying involve high heat which destroys these precious nutrients in seconds. It also goes without saying that if this method is the best for nutrient retention, it’s also the clear winner for savouring the colour, flavour and aroma of our fruit powders which is why Berry Immune tastes as good as it looks.
What is Orgen-Zn?
Orgen-Zn is one very special ingredient, it’s our natural Zinc derived from organic guava leaf. Absolutely 0 synthetic vitamins and minerals here meaning nutrients are being delivered to your body in the way it recognises and using them best from a food picked straight from nature.
Can children under one consume berry immune?
Unfortunately Berry Immune is not suitable for children under the age of one as it is not designed to be a sole source of nutrition and doesn’t fit the very specific criteria for foods suitable for infants.