These are Queen Garnet plums. I tasted them on a recent trip interstate. They were $5 a kilo and mild tasting.
Tests have shown high levels of an antioxidant called Anthocyanin(also found in other purple foods like purple carrots and blueberries), known to prevent and treat a range of health problems including obesity and related diseases, such as diabetes.
Obesity is the world’s greatest health problem. In Australia, almost two thirds of the adult population and a third of children are overweight or obese.
Enter the Queen Garnet. Isn’t she gorgeous! Mild tasting and affordable, these little beauties are available fresh, powdered or juiced. May the Lord make us truly thankful…
Developed in Australia and grown commercially in Victoria, and soon Spain, the US and Africa, the Queen Garnet has shown her magical qualities in tests on obese rats. Researchers changed one thing in the lives of the rats; they added QG plum juice to their diet.
Imagine the potential! Human trials have begun. You heard it here.
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Purple miracles. Amen.