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What is Coffeeberry?

CoffeeBerry® is the fruit of the commonly known coffee plant, Coffea arabica. Coffeeberry is uniquely sourced from Hawaii, where it has developed for over 175 years. These coffee plants thrive in the extraordinary combination of warm tropical sunshine, abundant mountain rainfall, and mineral-rich volcanic soil, to create the amazing Nutricatalyst in Fruit Greens daily.

Coffeeberry is a patented ingredient made from the phytonutrient-packed fruit of the coffee plant (Coffea arabica). Coffeeberry products are formulated from premium coffee fruit which is hand-picked and dried via a proprietary process that preserves the delicate fruit and all of the goodness found within.

An exclusive innovation in nutrition technology, the Coffeeberry Coffee Superfruit features high levels of a long list of beneficial coffee compounds, as well as unique compounds not found in other Superfruits or even the coffee bean.

Coffeeberry is loaded with antioxidants that have tremendous anti-aging benefits which is one of the many reasons why it was chosen to be a standout ingredient in Fruit Greens Daily. Plants have developed unique antioxidant cellular defenses against free radicals, oxidative stress and aging because they are literally "stuck in the sun," lacking the mobility of animals to relocate to less toxic environmental stress when needed.

Being cultivated in the warmer sun-drenched equatorial regions of our planet, the fruit of the coffee plant, or the coffee cherry as it is known, has developed superior free radical defense compounds. These super rich defense compounds are potent antioxidants, known as polyphenols, and whole coffee cherry is loaded with the most potent mixture yet discovered, thus providing even more free radical scavenging health benefits than green teas, fruits or vegetables.


The most potent health benefits of the coffee plant are concentrated in the whole coffee cherry. Unfortunately, in today’s coffee industry, the main components of the coffee cherry, the pulp and mucilage, are traditionally “scrapped” in the process of harvesting and preparation of the coffee bean for roasting. During the traditional harvest of coffee, from 10 lbs. of coffee cherry, the yield is 2 lbs. of coffee beans and 8 lbs. of by-products—80% of the coffee fruit is wasted—and along with it, the multiple health benefits of this super antioxidant rich fruit.

Coffee cherry handlers in the world’s tropical coffee growing regions, despite a harsh sun drenched environment, have unusually smooth, soft, younger skin on their hands and lower arms because of their exposure to the natural anti-aging benefits of the coffee cherry fruit during picking and harvest. This led scientists to examine the components of the whole coffee cherry and the development of the world’s first and unique mycotoxin free whole coffee cherry extract – CoffeeBerry®. Unlike traditional coffee bean extracts which have been used in cosmetics for many years, CoffeeBerry® is the patented extract of the whole coffee fruit which has been scientifically researched, clinically proven, and endorsed by both the pharmaceutical industry and the medical profession worldwide!

Nature's Most Powerful Superfruit

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Studies show Coffee Fruit extract shows potential brain benefits

Coffeeberry not only works as a unique delivery system to enhance the bioavailability of nutrients into the bloodstream at a much faster rate, but it also promotes brain health to help improve memory and enhanced cognition.

Client Studies


The present single dose study was performed to assess the effect of whole coffee fruit concentrate powder (WCFC), green coffee caffeine powder (N677), grape seed extract powder (N31) and green coffee bean extract powder (N625) on blood levels of brain-derived neurotropic factor (BDNF). Randomly assorted groups of fasted subjects consumed a single, 100mg dose of each material. Plasma samples were collected at time zero(T0) and at 30 min intervals afterwards, up to 120min. A total of two control groups were included: subjects treated with silica dioxide (as placebo) or with no treatment. The collected data revealed that treatments with N31 and N677 increased levels of plasma BDNF by about 31% under these experimental conditions, whereas treatment with WCFC increased it by 143% (n10), compared with baseline. These results indicate that WCFC could be used for modulation of BDNF-dependent health conditions. However, larger clinical studies are needed to support this possibility.


A pilot study by Reyes previously showed that ingestion of single dose of whole coffee fruit concentrate (WCFC) powder increased blood levels of brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) during the first 60 minutes after ingestion. In the present report, we performed a single dose, placebo-controlled, within-subject study to confirm and further investigate this effect. Twenty healthy subjects with ages ranging from 25 to 35 participated in this study. All fasted and resting subjects received placebo on Day 1, WCFC on Day 2, and a cup of freshly brewed coffee on Day 3. Treatment with WCFC resulted in a statistically significant increase in plasma BDNF compared to placebo (p = 0.0073) or coffee (p = 0.0219) during first 60 minutes. In addition, e isolated exosomes from serum and found that they contained BDNF. Furthermore, oral WCFC consumption acutely increased BDNF levels in serum exosomes. In summary, all presented results justify further clinical investigation of WCFC as a tool to manage BDNF-dependent health conditions.


Six healthy participants were given a single dose of 100 mg of Coffeeberry® whole coffee fruit extract containing high levels of antioxidants to verify an acute effect of the treatment on ROS serum level. Blood samples were collected at 0 min, 60 min, 120 min and 180 min for subsequent measurements of serum ROS level using dihydrorhodamine 6G (DHR6G) as a fluorescent probe. The nonfluorescent DHR6G, after being oxidized by ROS present in serum samples, became rhodamine 6G (R6G) and emitted fluorescence. By quantifying R6G specific fluorescence, we were able to measure the ROS concentration. DHR 6G is indiscriminate to various free radicals (FR) found in the human body, thus DHR 6G can be very useful in quantifying total ROS in vivo. Our data indicated that five participants responded to the intake of Coffeeberry® whole coffee fruit extract by significant decrease of ROS concentrations in vivo. Collected results are promising and indicating that DHR6G-based method could be reliable and efficacious to measure acute serum ROS changes in response to single dose treatment with antioxidant products. Therefore further clinical validation of this test is justified.


Commercial whole coffee fruit extracts and powder samples were analyzed for chlorogenic acids (CGA), caffeine and antioxidant activities. CGA and caffeine were characterized by LC-MSn and HPLC accordingly, and quantified by UV absorbance. ORAC, HORAC, NORAC, SORAC and SOAC (antioxidant capacities) were assessed. Three caffeoylquinic acids, three feruloylquinic acids, three dicaffeoylquinic acids, one p-coumaroylquinic acid, two caffeoylferuloylquinic acids and three putative chlorogeniclactones were quantified, along with a methyl ester of 5-caffeoylquinic acid (detected in one sample, the first such report in any coffee material). Multistep whole coffee fruit extracts displayed higher CGA content than single-step extracts, freeze-dried, or air-dried whole raw fruits. Caffeine in multistep extracts was lower than in the single-step extracts and powders. Antioxidant activity in whole coffee fruit extracts was up to 25-fold higher than in powders dependent upon the radical. Total antioxidant activity of samples displayed strong correlation to CGA content. /p>

Premium Estate-Grown Hawaiian Coffee Fruit

Hand-picked on the Big Island, Hawaiian coffee fruit is a truly sustainable coffee fruit ingredient. Grown under the mild Pacific sun and gently kssed by cooling trade winds, Hawaiian coffee fruit is packed with the Coffea arabica nutrition that can only come from the rich volcanic soils of Kona.

A Red Fruit for a Green Planet

After the seed is harvested to produce world-famous Kona coffee, FutureCeuticals preserves the pulp and the unique phytonutrients within.

Coffeeberry brand Hawaiian coffee fruit reduces our carbon footprint, brings opportunity and revenue streams to family plantations, and reintroduces the healthy coffee fruit nutrition found outside of the coffee bean into beverages, supplements, and functional foods. Made in America and Grown American, Hawaiian coffee fruit delivers the romance of Hawaii within an ingredient designed for human, and our planet's, health.

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