Choosing a Peruvian Purple Corn Juice

Beware of fakes. If you will invest your hard earned cash on a health supplement, make sure to get nothing but the real thing. With purple corn juices, there are unscrupulous companies who either sell fakes or adulterate the genuine ones to earn more. Always get the best quality. And Purple Corn Glimpses helps you how.

Riosisa Chicha Morada

41k9oWhPucL._SL250_Enriched with Vitamin C, this purple corn juice brand or Chicha Morada has natural antioxidants and is perfect when mixed with pineapple bits or lemon. You get extra Vitamin C supplementation from the rich source found in purple corn and pineapple or lemon. This purple corn brand comes in 2-liter bottles at only less than US$20 as of this writing. To further enhance the taste and give you added refreshment, Riosisa is mixed with apple and cinnamon for that extra perk and refreshing taste.

The best purple corn juice concentration is that which has a certain thickness in texture and sweet fruity flavor. A lot of people who get their first taste of this juice comment how it is more delicious than their favorite cola drink, especially when taken ice-cold. Some folks pour the juice in a tall glass filled with ice cubes to get the most out of it.

RioSisa Purple Corn Juice Jugo de Chicha Morada

418dw5HwHJL._SL250_Another Riosisa purple corn juice option is Jugo de Chicha Morada in smaller 16 Fl. oz bottles for easier handling and carriage. This 12-pack variant is enriched with Vitamin C and comes straight from Peru. Purple corn juice is great for personal consumption of retailing business, especially if your locality has not yet heard about a corn that is naturally colored purple. This is purple corn juice’s selling power–it rouses curiosity in many people so that a great percentage of prospects buy it for the experience, and then get hooked on it. More so once they learn how powerfully healthy the product actually is!

Most corn varieties are either yellow or white. Most people have never heard of a purple, blue, or violet corn. In some countries, it is called “the blue corn,” and if yu tell people that these Peruvian corn is really dark blue or purple in color, they marvel at it and become nosy–making them easy potential customers.

Gloria Chicha Morada Purple Corn Nectar

51xSVwNOEZL._SL250_The manufacturers proudly announce that Gloria Chicha Morada Purple Corn Nectar comes fresh imported from Peru! One pack is 33.8 Fl. oz. and makes a liter of juice. It has no preservatives or artificial colors. What you see is what you get, content and color. A pack costs less than US$11 as of this writing. The purple corn pigment is purple because of the antioxidant content dominant in it–called Anthocyanin by nutrition experts and plant scientists.

Actually, 80 percent of the anthocyanin is derived from the husk and cob of the corn and only 20 percent comes from the grain itself. But you don’t normally eat the husk and the cob–humans eat the grain. But the good news is, purple corn liquid or powder juice makers have processed the husk and the cob for us and turned them into easily prepared and drinkable juice.

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Purple Lemon Honey in Lychee Flavor: Great Taste, Great Nutrition, Great Profits

BeachsidePunchOne day I was experimenting on better uses of purple corn juice in beverages and how to make it cheaper when marketing. Then I thought of one of my favorite drinks–lemon and honey. I can make them a base for my purple corn juice and come out with a new delicious beverage–Purple Lemon Honey.

So what I did was to make a regular lemon juice sweetened with honey, added 30 to 50 ml of purple corn juice, and put in lots of ice cubes. The result? Lychee flavored juice! So, with that, you can sell purple corn juice cheaper. Put out an ad that says, “Purple Lemon Honey in Lychee Flavor,” and sell a tall icy glass (about 250 ml) for P20 to P25. If you don’t have lemon around, try kalamansi.

Lemons are rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants like hesperetin and naringin that fight free radicals and protect DNA cells. It also has some Vitamin A, some B complex, and some minerals like potassium and calcium. Kalamansi, on the other hand, is said to have more Vitamin C than lemon. Moreover, it has some Vitamin B, niacin, riboflavin, calcium, protein, and iron.

Honey is said to be 80 percent natural sugar, 18 percent water, and 2 percent vitamins, minerals, pollen, enzymes, and protein.

If you have a food booth selling finger foods and drinks (which is a fad today in Manila), like siomai or squid balls and gulaman (seaweed jelly), try displaying an ad about Purple Lemon Honey in Lychee Flavor. That easily catches attention, especially if you enumerate the ingredients–purple corn juice from Peru, lemon, and honey. Then add how the juice is “all-natural, no artificial flavors, no chemicals, and no sugar.”

The moment your customers see “purple corn juice from Peru,” they’d start getting curious, ask you about it, and likely buy. Not many beverages today–if any–offer something like that. And it will help to have a bottle of purple corn juice on display on your booth so you can easily point to it when customers start getting noisy. They may even buy one bottle or come back to get money to buy one.

So, keep several bottles in your booth, just in case.