What happens when you peel back the layers?
You’ll see nothing but goodness. We’re immensely proud that NOSHY truffles have nothing to hide. It's in our nature! Even their delicate edible petal coating is packed with health benefits. All of our NOSHY ingredients are organic, natural, and ethical—sustainably sourced from small, specialist producers and farmers. Our zero waste signature gift wrapping is as bloomingly gorgeous as it is kind to the planet. Guaranteed to impress your loved ones, and Mother Nature!
Reducing sugar intake has been a central premise to our mission of promoting a healthy body and mind, including maintaining a healthy weight and heart, better digestion, improved mental well-being, mood, energy levels, resilience to stress, and many more.
All NOSHY products contain no added sugars, additives, or preservatives. The sweetness of our treats is achieved naturally through the highest quality Medjool dates. The fruit provides a natural source of fructose, substituting sugar. Its richness in nutrients, fibre, antioxidants, and a low glycaemic index (GI) aid improved weight management, digestion and mitigate the risk of disease, among other health benefits.
Let's peel back those layers and take a closer peek at our ingredients.
Oranges are known for their vitamin C content, a powerful antioxidant that helps protect cells from damage. They’re also a good source of fibre, B vitamins, vitamin A, calcium and potassium, which support good heart health and blood pressure.
Saffron is rich in antioxidants as well as Vitamin B, A, and C—the most important building blocks of healthy cells. In addition, modern medicine identifies saffron as an active anti-mutagenic, immune modulator, and sex-stimulant, increasing sex drive and sexual function in both males and females. (My, is it getting hot in here?) Saffron also bolsters the immune system and energy levels, and there is growing evidence that it may help improve mood and be a useful addition to treatment for depression. Plus, it may help promote weight loss and curb the appetite.
Cornflowers are known to stimulate and fortify the human body, reinforcing the immune system and liver activity while easing digestion through its diuretic properties. Cornflower can be used to help treat fever, constipation, water retention, and chest congestion. It can also be taken as a tonic, a bitter, or a liver and gallbladder stimulant. It has been known to be effective to treat menstrual disorders and vaginal yeast infections.
Safflower delivers many health benefits, including its ability to lower cholesterol levels, help manage blood sugar, boost hair growth and skin quality, and reduce the symptoms of PMS, fever, and inflammation. Safflower oil has long been considered a good choice for people who are trying to lose weight. It is rich in omega-6 fatty acid, which may help the body to burn fat instead of storing it.
Pomegranates have antioxidant activity—three times higher than that of red wine and green tea—that can help remove free radicals, protect cells from damage, and reduce inflammation. According to studies, the antioxidant content of pomegranates and pomegranate juice may improve endurance and aerobic performance in athletes. Pomegranates are also a good source of fibre as well as vitamins A, C, some B vitamins, and minerals such as calcium, potassium, and iron.
Coffee beans have many health benefits and contain vitamins and minerals like potassium, niacin, magnesium, and vitamins E, B2, B3, and B5. Not only can coffee increase fat burning in the body as it helps boost the metabolic rate, but it’s also a great pre-workout buddy as it helps stimulate adrenaline levels in the blood that can improve physical performance.
You might say they’re royally delicious, because these fruits were originally known as “the king of fruits and the fruit of kings.” Today, they’re still a powerhouse of nutrients. Medjool dates have 50% more potassium by weight than bananas, and contain other minerals including phosphorus, calcium, and magnesium—which support lower blood pressure, fight free radicals, maintain healthy cholesterol levels, and promote a healthy metabolism. They’re rich in fibre, that keeps you fuller for longer while promoting digestive health and preventing cardiovascular disease. With their low glycemic index, they also assist in controlling your body’s blood sugar. Compared with other fruits, dates have the highest antioxidant content. On their roster: flavonoids, which reduce inflammation and the risk of diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and certain types of cancer; carotenoids, which reduce the risk of eye-related disorders; and phenolic acid, known for its anti-inflammatory properties. All hail the mighty Medjool!
Hazelnuts are rich in unsaturated fats—the kind that are good for the heart. They are high in magnesium, provide one of the highest natural sources of antioxidants among “superfoods,” and are rich in vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and B9 used by the body to maintain a healthy nervous system, assuage stress, anxiety, and depression, and improve the memory. Its vitamin E content has been proven to help protect the skin from the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation that causes premature aging.
Containing no cholesterol, cashew nuts have high energy density and dietary fibre, both of which help with weight management when eaten in moderation. Cashew nuts are abundant sources of essential minerals, including magnesium, potassium, selenium, and copper—vital to energy production, and greater flexibility in blood vessels, bones, and joints. They are also a good source of many essential vitamins such as B1, B5, and B6—essential for metabolism of protein, fat, and carbohydrates at the cellular level. Rich in antioxidants and healthy monounsaturated fats, the cashew nut helps the body use iron, eliminate free radicals, develop bone and connective tissue, and produce the skin and hair pigment melanin.
Whole peanuts contain a high amount of protein, which makes it a preferred staple snack for people engaged in active sports or body-building. Peanuts rival fruit as a source of antioxidants and contain high concentrations of vitamins A, E, and B, as well as minerals such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, and iron. Plus, your heart will go nuts for peanuts. High in monunsaturated fats, the peanut supports healthy blood cholesterol levels and aids against cardiovascular disease. Vioflavonoid resveratrol content is believed to improve blood flow in the brain by as much as 30%. Naturally high in fibre, peanuts also promote a healthy metabolism and digestion.
Walnut is a good source of all important omega-3 fatty acids, which have health benefits ranging from cardiovascular protection, better mental function, and anti-inflammatory effects in cases of asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, and inflammatory diseases like eczema and psoriasis. Walnut contains ellagic acid, an antioxidant compound that helps support the immune system and contains several anti-cancer properties. It contains a host of vitamins and minerals, including calcium, chromium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, vanadium, zinc, as well as vitamins E and B6.
Pecans are as nutritious to eat as they are delicious. These delicate nuts are excellent sources of protein and contain energy producing nutrients. The fat found in pecans is mostly polyunsaturated and contains no cholesterol. Pecans add fibre to your diet and contain iron, calcium, vitamins A, B, and C, potassium, and phosphorus. In addition, pecans contain phytochemicals that offer antioxidant protection from many diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.
Almonds are a powerhouse to keep you looking and feeling good. They contain lots of healthy fats, fibre, protein, magnesium, vitamin E, and antioxidant properties. Almonds can lower blood sugar levels, reduce blood pressure, and lower cholesterol levels. They can also reduce hunger while promoting weight loss and healthy skin. They help promote a glowing and flawless complexion, preventing premature appearance of wrinkles, blackheads, pimples, and dry skin. Almonds can also help treat black circles around the eyes and treat hair problems including hair-fall and dandruff while helping prevent the untimely graying of hair. What’s not to love?
Pistachios are a naturally cholesterol-free snack and a great source of protein, dietary fibre, essential vitamins K, E, B, and B6, antioxidant compounds, and minerals such as copper, magnesium, potassium, calcium, iron, zinc, and selenium. One serving of pistachios has as much potassium as half a small banana! They are lower in calories than most nuts and are amongst the most antioxidant-rich nuts—only walnuts and pecans contain more. Plus, pistachios have the most melatonin of any nut, which helps regulate the sleep-wake cycle. It’s high time for pistachios to be en vogue!
Extract from vanilla beans contains essential B-vitamins and small amounts of minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, iron, and zinc, as well as many B vitamins such as B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6. The main active compound in vanilla extract is vanillin, which accounts for most of its flavour, but it also acts as a mild antioxidant capable of eliminating harmful free radicals.
Cherries are packed with numerous compounds that are essential for health and wellness. They contain vitamin C that is beneficial to the collagen formation of bones, blood, muscle, and blood vessels and helps the body absorb iron. The fruit also contains beta carotene and provides low amounts of vitamins K, B6, and A. Plus, they are a small source of zinc, a moderate source of iron, potassium, and manganese, and a good source of copper. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of cherries aid against free radicals.
Lemons contain many nourishing elements, including vitamin C, B6, A, E, folate, niacin thiamin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, copper, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc, phosphorus, and protein. Its high concentration of vitamin C promotes immune system strength, increasing your body's ability to fight off illness and disease. Lemons can help prevent diabetes, constipation, high blood pressure, fever, and indigestion while supporting weight loss as well as healthy skin, hair, and teeth. Lemon juice has an alkalizing effect, raising the pH of body tissue. Alkaline foods in the diet are associated with an increase in “the fountain of youth” growth hormone that can help shed excess fat and promote a general sense of well-being.
Not only is cocoa beloved around the world for its sumptuous flavor and for the way it promotes a positive state of mind and mood, it also contains essential minerals such as magnesium, calcium, sulfur, zinc, iron, copper, potassium, and manganese, plus a host of vitamins including B1, B2, B3, B5, B9, E, protein, and fibre. Some claim that after water, cocoa is the healthiest known substance you can put into your body due to its powerful antioxidant properties and essential (heart-healthy) monounsaturated fat content.
Referred to as kalpa vriksha (Sanskrit for “the tree that supplies all that is needed to live”) in ancient India, the coconut palm has been recognized as a top immune booster, antifungal, antibiotic, antiviral, and antibacterial remedy for thousands of years all over the world. Because of its strong antioxidant properties and health benefits, coconuts can help lower cholesterol, improve digestion, ward off wrinkles, stabilize glucose levels, fight off viruses, build cells, regulate hormones, increase thyroid production, lose weight, boost metabolism, fight infections, kill bacteria, and more. Plus, it has the highest concentration of electrolytes than anything else found in nature, making it an excellent source of hydration. Coconut is also an excellent source of minerals such as copper, calcium, iron, manganese, magnesium, potassium, and zinc, as well as B-complex vitamins.
Cinnamon is rich in minerals such as manganese, iron, calcium, fibre, and many more. Not only is it a highly delicious spice, it has also been prized for its medicinal properties for thousands of years. Cinnamon contains highly potent polyphenol antioxidants to help protect the body from oxidative damage caused by free radicals. It can also have anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and antibacterial properties while supporting the maintenance of healthy cholesterol levels. Cinnamon can also improve sensitivity to the hormone insulin, one of the key hormones that regulates metabolism and energy use.
The fragrant petals of the rose are edible and can be used for their antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral properties. Rose water contains various vitamins including A, C, E, and B. It is known to hydrate the skin from the inside to produce a plump and healthy glow. It can have anti-aging properties, helping the skin by reducing wrinkles, lightening dark spots, and tightening pores. Many cultures today still use rose water-infused food and drink to soothe and cool down, relieve depression or stress, and improve the mood. Rose water can also help relieve digestive troubles like bloating, an upset tummy and constipation, as well as fluid retention, inflammation, and more.
Borage flower is a source of fibre and essential fatty acids, and contains B vitamins, which promote better energy. It is also rich in mucilage, which is believed to soothe the stomach and aid digestion, and curb gastrointestinal issues, cramps, and colic thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. It is often described as a good remedy for PMS. In herbal medicine, borage is also used as a tonic for the over-stressed.
From root to flower, dandelion is highly nutritious, packed with vitamins, minerals, and fibre. Dandelion greens are an excellent source of vitamin A, folate, vitamin K, and vitamin C (in its raw form), and a good source of calcium and potassium. They are a rich source of beta-carotene and polyphenolic compounds, both of which have strong antioxidant capabilities that can prevent aging and certain diseases.
Thanks to its high mucilage content, mallows make excellent soothing demulcent herbs, especially beneficial for inflammation in the urinary, digestive, and respiratory systems. The flower of common mallow is the only known source of a naturally occurring chemical called glycoside malvin, a herbal remedy for asthma, bronchitis, coughing, throat infections, and emphysema. Mallow contains many immune-boosting and anti-aging properties beneficial for healthy skin and hair, including essential vitamins such as A, B, C, and E, as well as fibre, essential fatty acids, calcium, magnesium, zinc, selenium, and potassium.
Matcha is rich in vitamin A, B-complex, C, E, and K, as well as trace minerals such as selenium, chromium, zinc, and magnesium. It is also packed with super-antioxidant components, including polyphenols, catechins, chlorophyll, and the powerful EGCg. It can boost metabolism and burn calories, help the body detoxify effectively and naturally, calm the mind, and aid concentration. Rich in fibre, it can help lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels whilst supporting sustained energy levels. One cup of matcha is the equivalent of 10 glasses of green tea in terms of its nutritional value and antioxidant content. Matcha also has over 33 times the antioxidant levels of blueberries, an antioxidant powerhouse!
Across many centuries and civilizations, ginger has been considered to be aphrodisiac—oh là là! It heats your insides and stimulates circulation while its intense scent wakens olfactory glands. Regular consumption of ginger is widely considered to help reduce the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and overall mortality while promoting a healthy complexion and hair, increased energy, and a healthy overall weight. Ginger has a long history of relieving digestive issues such as (prenatal) nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness, cold symptoms, exercise-induced muscle pain, menstrual discomfort, and inflammation. It is extremely low in calories and an excellent source of vitamins C, E, B1, B2, B3, and B5, as well as calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, and zinc.
This super flower’s name, peony, is drawn from the Greek god Paean, who was the god of healing—so it only makes sense that it hosts an array of anti-inflammatory properties, according to traditional Chinese medicine. The flower inhibits the production of prostaglandin E2, which induces fever, and leukotriene B4, which promotes insulin resistance. Other anti-inflammatory effects include helping cells communicate by suppressing the increase of intracellular calcium ion concentration—that’s one soothing flower!
Melissa officinalis, or lemon balm, is a lemon-scented herb that comes from the same family as mint. The herb is native to Europe, North Africa, and West Asia, but it can be found around the world—and thank goodness, because it delivers a ton of zesty health benefits. It has traditionally been used to improve mood and cognitive function, but it is also said to heal symptoms of stress and aid in relaxation. It can be used to soothe the irritation of a cold sore and can be a remedy for sleepless, insomniac nights. Melissa eases digestion, helps treat nausea, and comforts menstrual cramps, headaches, and toothaches. This herb possesses impressive levels of antioxidant activity through its chemical compounds, including high amounts of flavonoids, rosmarinic acid, and gallic acid.
This highly versatile marigold plant has been used both internally and topically for centuries to heal wounds, burns, rashes, inflammation, and other skin conditions. Not only do they look like little bursts of sunshine, they also help lift the spirits and support the immune system through activation of the lymphatic system. Calendula is an ally to digestion and aids with heartburn and ulcers. Plus, its vivid orange and yellow petals are not only pretty to look at—they are also rich in flavonoids, naturally occurring compounds that exhibit anti-inflammatory, anti-thrombogenic, anti-diabetic, anti-cancer, and neuroprotective activities.