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Gorilla Pantry

We are passionate about quality ingredients and nutrition.We use unprocessed  100% organic superfoods to make our signature sauces always with love. Go on be more Gorilla!

Small pile of almonds

Almonds

We are nuts about nuts, but really love Almonds - soaked of course ! They are also low in saturated fat and help to reduce ‘bad’ cholesterol. Higher in fibre than any other nut , each almond also contains around 20% protein.

Apricots

We love the sweet & chewy texture of Apricots. With low fat and plenty of fibre, they are also packed with ample doses of other essential vitamins A and particularly vitamin C. Loaded with beta carotene, and a good supply of potassium. What's not to like?

Baobab

Baobab is a fruit no one has heard of- with a lovely sweet flavour which grows in Madagascar, Africa, Australia and Arabia. Baobab has also been used in foods as a natural preservative due to its high vitamin C, potassium and phosphorus content.

Buckwheat

A humble seed that gets mistaken for a grain.We activate (soak and sprout) our buckwheat seeds for optimal nutrition. This process removes enzyme inhibitors, therefore absorption is maximised. Buckwheat is not a grain, it is actually a fruit seed that is related to rhubarb and sorrel making it a suitable substitute for people who are sensitive to wheat or other grains that contain protein gluten. It is a powerhouse of nutrition and helps with lowering cholesterol and blood pressure. It is high in protein and fibre and has many vitamins and minerals. It is also great for alkalising the body.

Cacao

Raw chocolate can promote cardiovascular function & health. The antioxidant power of flavonoids and essential minerals and vitamins found in cacao can support healthy heart functioning by lowering blood pressure, improving blood flow, lowering LDL cholesterol, and reducing plaque buildup on artery walls. Antioxidants are known to be mood enhancers. Long story short, chocolate really does make you happy!

Cacao Butter

Cacao is the food of love . The butter provides a healthy dose of omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids as well as antioxidants. It contains oleic acid, a healthy fat also found in olive oil. Well known for its mood and immune system boosting properties.

Several pieces of yellow cacao butter

Cashews

Cashews are not nuts well not technically - they are a  seed of the cashew apple, lower in fat than other nuts and help with boosting heart health. Naturally sweet and also rich in essential trace elements – they are a powerhouse of essential minerals and vitamins such as magnesium, zinc, which is important for healing.

Coconut

Have we gone coconuts? Heavenly chips and nectarous blossom both score high in providing medium chain fatty acids which gives you instant energy and doesn’t get stored in the body. It also makes hair and skin beautiful. An abundant source of potassium, magnesium and B Vitamins .What is not to love?

Coconut Blossom Nectar

Good source of essential B vitamins and amino acids and has an alkaline ph. As a complex carbohydrate, coconut sugar also provides slow releasing energy without causing spikes in the blood sugar level. Scores low on the glycemic index.

Dates

Nature’s ooey gooey caramel loaded with fibre, which is essential for a healthy digestive system. Good source of iron, potassium and dates are easily broken down by the body into sugars, providing you with instant energy.

Dates in a bowl on teal wooden surface
A pile of figs with some sliced open

Figs

Rich source of dietary fibre and loaded with muscle supporting magnesium. Good source of Vitamin A, E and K which is essential for proper heart function. Figs aid weight loss whilst you can enjoy a sweet treat.

Lucuma

Beloved by the Incas, a Peruvian fruit with its fruity caramel flavour it is a great natural sweetener in foods, with real health benefits including beta carotene, iron, zinc, vitamin B3, calcium, and protein. Great source of potassium, zinc and iron which all contribute to normal blood pressure and healthy bones.

Yellow and green lucuma fruit on a blue surface

Maca

An ancient Peruvian root used by the Incas for its mood and endurance enhancing properties. Maca root powder is also rich in thiamin, riboflavin, Vitamin B6 which all support a fast metabolism and also in vitamins C and E. It provides plenty of calcium, zinc, iron, phosphorus and amino acids.

Tigernuts

People in North Africa and Spain have been snacking on tiger nuts for centuries - recently named as the new superfood. They are actually not a nut but a tuber and contain over 30% more fibre than most vegetables or fruits. They are also high in amino acids, particularly arginine, which has been clinically proven to reduce high blood pressure. Also full of magnesium which is essential for body muscle and nerve function. Magnesium also helps regulate heart beat and maintain healthy blood pressure levels.

Small pile of tigernuts on a wooden surface

Strawberries

Everybody's favourite berry. Sweet and pretty, but also with many health benefits which include improved eye care, proper brain function, relief from high blood pressure, arthritis, gout and various cardiovascular diseases. The impressive polyphenolic and antioxidant content of strawberries make them good for improving the immune system

Pecan Nuts

Pecan nuts are rich source of energy, and contain health benefiting nutrients, minerals, antioxidants and vitamins that are essential for wellness.