One of the most well-known purple fruits is the blackberry. The anthocyanin pigments in these juicy berries make them very healthy.
Black rice (Oryza sativa L. indica), also called "forbidden rice," is a special type of rice that turns a deep purple colour when cooked.
Purple sweet potatoes can be used in any recipe where orange-fleshed sweet potatoes are called for.
Purple eggplant peels are rich in the anthocyanin nasunin, which has anti-inflammatory and heart-protective properties in animal and test-tube studies.
Purple cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis) is beautiful. Purple cauliflower has anthocyanins due to a genetic mutation that makes it purple.
Anthocyanins, cinnamic acid, and chlorogenic acid are found in sweet, crunchy purple carrots.
The reddish-purple Redbor variety of kale is a nutritional powerhouse, just like all kale. According to a study, Redbor kale extract contained 47 potent plant compounds.
Piceatannol, a polyphenol antioxidant in passion fruit, has many health benefits, including skin health.