The kakadu plum is a traditional food native to the Northern territories of Australia and is believed to be nature's richest source of vitamin C. A small green fruit with a sour taste, it has many health benefits.
Kakadu plums are used by the Australian Aboriginals as bush food and antiseptics. With its high levels of antioxidants, bioactives and phytochemicals, the kakadu plum is notable for its medicinal and healing properties. Studies have shown that eating kakadu plums may reduce the risk of developing cancer, Alzheimer's and other diseases. It is for these reasons that the kakadu plum has been hailed as a "super fruit."