British Blackcurrants

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Due to the climate and soil conditions in Herefordshire blackcurrants thrive. The small bunches of glossy blackcurrants are harvested during their very short season when they reach optimum ripeness. They are individually quick frozen, strigged (to remove the stalks), hand selected and packed. They provide a fantastic strong, fruity and slightly tart flavour.

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Categories: Herefordshire Fruit

Buy any 4 or more bulk boxes (10/12/13/15kg) and save 5% (discount applied at checkout) .

Product Description: Due to the climate and soil conditions in Herefordshire blackcurrants thrive. The small bunches of glossy blackcurrants are harvested during their very short season when they reach optimum ripeness. They are individually quick frozen, strigged (to remove the stalks), hand selected and packed. They provide a fantastic strong, fruity and slightly tart flavour.

Fruit Origin: Hereford, England.

Packaging:

  1. 2 x 1.5kg sealed plastic pouch bag
  2. 12kg commercial poly-lined cardboard box. (Note the plastic liner is to protect the fruit and is not designed to hold the fruit weight therefore should not be lifted out of the box).

Box Dimensions: 440 x 250 x 200 mm (L x W x H).

Serving suggestion: Ideal for jams, jelly, cordial, syrups, coulis, sorbet or ice-cream.

Ingredients: 100% British Blackcurrants.

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Nutritional Information
BlackcurrantsGDA
Per 100g (approx. one serving)Per 80g servingAdultPer 80g serving
ENERGY kJ 121 97 - -
ENERGY Kcal 28 22 2000 1.1%
PROTEIN g 0.9 0.7 50 1.4%
CARBOHYDRATE g 6.6 5.3 260 2%
of which sugars g 6.6 5.3 90 5.9%
FAT g Trace Trace 70 Trace
Of which saturates g Trace Trace 20 Trace
Fibre g 3.6 2.9 24 12%
Sodium g Trace Trace 2.4 Trace
Equivalent as salt g Trace Trace 6 Trace
Vitamins/Minerals - Vitamin C mg 200 160 40 400%

McCance and Widdowson’s - The Composition of Food Integrated Dataset (CoFID)

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