Originally carrots were purple and orange varieties only appeared in the XVI century in the Netherlands as a result of farmers crossing mutated white and wild carrots with wild varieties.
Purple Carrots are not just a sweet and tasty addition to your diet, they also contain high levels of antioxidants including beta-carotene like orange carrots and anthocyanin. Anthocyanin is a powerful antioxidant that research shows protects against cancer and heart disease and is also responsible for the carrot’s dark purple colour. And these are the reasons why we love purple carrots so much we named our company after them!
Purple carrots have not been messed about with, they are super tasty and really, really good for you … just like our food and diet ideas!