7 of the best superfoods you can sell

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First of all, what are superfoods?

Superfoods are foods and beverages rich in nutrients and good for a person’s diet. They are usually plant-based, such as grains, berries, and produce, but these nutrient-dense foods can also be found among fish, meat, or dairy. Superfoods are not a food category per see, but a categorization to identify foods that should be introduced into one’s diet to improve overall health. Also called power foods, they have a variety of nutrients, but should not be used as a replacement for a balanced diet. In order for a superfood to work and do its best job, it should be combined with a healthy diet that includes a variety of grains, protein, vegetables, dairy, and fruits.

However, some of these raw ingredients cannot be found in Europe, and come from different parts of the world. These foods are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, fiber, minerals, phytochemicals, and proteins, and can help prevent heart disease and diabetes, improve digestion, and give you a better life overall. For people with a busy schedule, that have an active lifestyle and like to take care of their body, superfood supplements can be the answer to a healthy and balanced lifestyle, without spending too much time thinking about what you’re going to eat next. According to the CDC, 57.6% of adults use some sort of dietary supplement, with this number being higher among women (63.8%) than men (50.8%).

The use of dietary supplements has increased in the last decade since people started caring more about their overall health and tends to increase with age. Have you ever thought about producing your very own line of food supplements in Europe? Wonnda can make your dream come true. Check out the best manufacturers to bring your product idea into reality.

Superfoods you can produce ethically and sustainably in Europe


Blueberries are part of the berry family, along with strawberries and cranberries, and are one of the many superfoods that are rich in antioxidants, and should be included in your diet. But what even are antioxidants? That word is thrown around a lot, but what does it really mean? By definition, antioxidants are naturally occurring chemicals present in foods that serve as a defense against normal byproducts of metabolism that occur in our bodies. Basically, they give the body all the necessary weapons to fight against the threats to life, such as pollution and smoke, and help our body function better. Blueberries, along with other members of the berry family, are native to North America, but now can be produced in the north of Europe, Asia, and north of Africa.

Flax seeds

Flaxseeds come from the flax plant, a cereal similar to wheat that blooms in a purple flower and is an easy ingredient to include in smoothies and salads, to improve your overall health. They are loaded with nutrients, high in omega-3 fatty acids, help shield your body against cancer, and are rich in fiber. Safe to say, flax seeds check all the boxes for a healthy lifestyle and are definitely one of the best superfoods to consume, and can be used as a supplement for a complete diet. Flax seeds are native of West Asia, but can be produced in countries like Russia, Canada, and China.


Quinoa is a gluten-free alternative to other grains and has many benefits for health. One cup of quinoa provides 8 grams of protein for your diet, and just like edamame, this superfood is also a complete protein, providing all the amino acids that our bodies cannot produce by themselves. The grain of Quinoa is native to the mountain regions of South America, with most of the production being from Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador, but can be found as well in more than 50 countries, such as France, England, Denmark, Holland, and Italy.

Peanut butter

Protein-rich foods for a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle are becoming more and more popular among many people. Anyone with a vegan or vegetarian diet needs to rely more on non-meat and non-dairy sources of protein. In order to achieve a more balanced diet foods with plant-based protein are key. Peanuts are original from South America, but the Production has spread through the world, and can now be found on almost every continent.

Peanuts can be used as a sustainable alternative to other ingredients as they are one of the most sustainable crops due to requiring less water than many other crops and providing important nutrients to the soil. On top of that, peanuts are an amazing high-quality protein source made up of 50% of fatty acids. They are also high in fiber, niacin, B vitamins, and minerals. Additionally, according to Innova Market Insights, 70% of consumers experiment with new food concepts and unique combinations. They are looking for new flavors and new sensory experiences from brands. Peanuts can be added as a new flavor to many different products and in a variety of forms.


Mixing turmeric powder with milk makes a tasty and healthy drink with anti-inflammatory benefits. It is also referred to as golden milk due to its color and is usually a mix of turmeric powder and dairy-free milk with a bit of pepper, cinnamon, and maple syrup. It is a popular option among coffee and tea drinkers! This golden powder is widely cultivated on the mainland of the islands of the Indian Ocean and is native to southern India and Indonesia.

Chia seeds

These small weird looking seeds are a gold mine in the superfoods world. They are incredibly rich in nutrients, full of antioxidants, minerals, fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids, and help promote health, strengthen your bones, and improve sugar intake. When combined with water or another liquid, they become a gel-like consistency, that makes them the perfect ingredient for puddings, smoothies, and other desserts. They are super easy to incorporate into your diet and take any dish to the next level.

Chia is the name of the seeds of the desert plant Salvia Hispanica, and is native to Central America, being an important part of the Aztec Diet. Now, it’s mainly produced in central Mexico and Guatemala, as well as Central and South America.


Edamame is a green soybean, usually found in Japanese restaurants as a side dish, and can be boiled or steamed before eating. It’s usually served inside the shell, and “popped” inside of the mouth, to eat the beans inside. In an average portion of edamame, there are 18 grams of protein, and the best part is that soy is a complete protein, which means it comes in a pack with all the amino acids your body needs to survive.

Edamame is a kind of soybean found in East Asian cuisine, and common in countries like Japan, the USA, and other Asian countries.

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Here at wonnda, we work with top European producers for private labeling and contract manufacturing. The first step in getting your supplement product to market is probably the most crucial – finding the right production partner for your project. The great advantage of wonnda.com is that you can simply let us do the heavy lifting. Just tell us quickly about your project or product idea. We will then approach the most suitable producers for your project and connect you with them. Sounds interesting? Then just fill out the form or send us an email with your desired product.

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About the author
Alice Pegorin
Alice Pegorin is a talented writer and a world-citizen who was born and raised in Brazil. In 2019, she moved to Lisbon, Portugal to pursue a BSc in Marketing and Advertising at IADE-UE. Following her passion for business management, Alice moved to Berlin, Germany in 2022 for her Erasmus semester at UE-Germany, where she completed her studies. Alice is a curious and open-minded individual who adapts easily to any environment. She enjoys exploring new cultures and experiences, and is always eager to learn. Currently based in Berlin, Alice travels to Portugal from time to time to visit friends. Her passion for writing and business management makes her an invaluable member of our team at Wonnda, and we're thrilled to have her on board.
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