Lower Price – Monthly Subscription Program
From: $26.99 / month
We want to introduce our subscription program to ensure customers that use the berry often are helped out with pricing.
GOING FROM NOVELTY TO A WAY OF LIFE
Home to the largest sustainable ledidi farm in the USA, our berries are grown in Miami, FL.
Before Nature’s Wild Berry, ledidi berries were too perishable to be considered a lifestyle option.
Shipping perishable berries proved too risky, too limited and too expensive to make sense.
We set out on a mission to make these berries shelf stable, affordable and available at scale.
To do that, we had to figure out how to preserve them without adding preservatives or chemicals.
Our secret is that we clean, deseed and freeze dry the berries within two hours of being picked.
How? We built our facility on our farm about 50 feet from where the berries are actually grown.
If you’ve heard the expression, “Farm-to-Table Fresh!” – We really took it to heart!
Every serving of Nature’s Wild Berry gives you a naturally grown ledidi berry at it’s purist state.
UNLIMITED OPTIONS FOR ANY LIFESTYLE
A morning with hot lemon water & a cap of apple cider vinegar. Try it with jasmine loose leaf tea.
Skip cream and sugar in your black coffee and cold brew or enjoy completely smooth espressos!
Enjoy an unsweetened acai bowl, instead of adding honey. Same for unsweetened yogurt.
Crave green juice with all veggies and peeled lemons instead of using apples, pears or agave.
Make healthy smoothies tastier by using unsweetened juice like cranberry or tart cherry.
Frozen fruit is the fix for dessert cravings!
Turkish or Greek salads pop by mixing unfortified nutritional yeast, hemp oil and balsamic vinegar.
Replace Sprite by mixing sparkling water with fresh lemon and lime juice. Just add unsweetened pomegranate for a Shirley Temple!
Sweet Lemonade is only ice cold water and lemon. Just add unsweetened iced tea for an Arnold Palmer!
Works great on IPAs, tequila or vodka cocktails and skinny margaritas! *PLEASE be responsible*
STORY OF HANK WATT, CO-FOUNDER
My parents met in medical school. My grandparents met in medical school. Up until college, everyone thought that I was going into medicine. But I knew early on that the last thing I’d ever become is a MD.
In my 20s, my parents were diagnosed with cancer 18 months apart. Going through that taught me a lot. You can always look back and say those were the days. But if you don’t have your health, you don’t have a lot to look forward to.
It was time for me to create myself and I needed to make some changes. I needed to make my health the priority it should have been. I had a lot of excuses why I was 250 lbs and a size 40. It was time to eliminate those and reduce the harm I’d caused.
The thing about being an emotional eater is that you’re constantly facing cravings. Will power and self-discipline have nothing to do with it. Sometimes all you can think about is taste. If I was going to succeed, I’d have to forget about controlling the cravings and figure out how to control my taste.
Lucky for me, I had a new friend who had been making healthy food taste delicious for years. His family’s restaurant, Planet Raw, was famous in San Francisco, Santa Monica and West Hollywood. If someone could help me, it’d be my friend, Juliano.
Juliano ordered me these red berries I’d never eaten before. I had to try them because they sounded unreal, like the beans Jack used to climb the beanstalk. They promised to turn sour and tarty food sweet! How had I never heard of this?
He made me a super healthy juice and took a sip. He made the bitter looking face. I ate a berry and took a sip. I couldn’t believe it – it tasted different to me – it was so sweet! I started making a liter of this juice every day and lost 60 lbs in about 6 months.
Today I’m 170 lbs and a size 32. Now I crave salads and smoothies and my sweet tooth is happy! Juliano and I are raising awareness about the ledidi berry that we now call Nature’s Wild Berry. See some reactions and discover new recipes @ instagram.com/natureswildberry
Travel 30 Servings, Small – 60 Serving, Med – 160 Serving, Large – 280 Servings