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Freeze-dried black currant | 500 g
Freeze-dried black currant | 500 g
Freeze-dried black currant | 500 g
Freeze-dried black currant | 500 g
Freeze-dried black currant | 500 g

Freeze-dried black currant | 500 g

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£16.00
£32.00 per kg

incl. VAT plus shipping

  • Vegan
  • No added sugar nor preservatives
  • Crunchy texture
  • 100 % black currant
  • Perfect for your breakfast bowl, baked goods, or as a snack
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BBD: 04.12.2022

Everything at a glance Freeze-dried black currant

A berry with many names: cassis, ribes, gooseberry, or simply currant, black currant reminds some of us of our childhood summers, when we would collect handfuls of it from wild plants, gladly filling our mouth with its peculiar sweet and sour taste, and thus fighting the heat. If you miss this feeling of summer and freedom, you are going to love our freeze-dried black currant, which you can now enjoy even when the season is over! Besides, thanks to the freeze-drying process, the taste of our berries is way more concentrated than that of their fresh counterparts – and their texture crunchier! Full of love Black currant is native of central Europe, where it grows very easily, and is packed with vitamins and nutrients. Our black ribes is therefore a great an

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1152 / 275
Fat 1,1 g
   of which Saturates 0,1 g
Carbohydrate 33 g
   of which Sugars 33 g
Fibre 35 g
Protein 6,6 g
Salt 0,02 g

Order number JOHA_002
Origin Poland, Hungary, Lithuania
Content 0.5 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654783230
Data sheet Due to technical reasons, data could differ. In case you have specific questions, you can contact our customer support team. Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients 100 % freeze-dried currants
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. May contain traces of PEANUTS, SESAME, and other TREE NUTS.
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The KoRo price chart Freeze-dried black currant

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01.02.2021
Kalkulation: SortimentsΓΌbergreifende Preisanpassung basierend auf neuer Preiskalkulation
4,60€/ 100g

-28,26%
3,30€ / 100g
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01.07.2020
Neu im Sortiment Angelina
4,60€ / 100g
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Freeze-dried black currant - a look behind the scenes

Currants like the temperate climate of European countries. No wonder then that over 95% of the world's currant yield is harvested here. Poland, Hungary...

Comfortable in Germany and its surrounding countries

Currants like the temperate climate of European countries. No wonder then that over 95% of the world's currant yield is harvested here. Poland, Hungary and Lithuania are among the largest growing areas worldwide, and we also get our berries from them.

Currant bushes grow very quickly, shortly after sowing. At the beginning of April, the plants start to cover themselves in green flowers that hang from the...

Currant's quick growth

Currant bushes grow very quickly, shortly after sowing. At the beginning of April, the plants start to cover themselves in green flowers that hang from the branches in clusters.

When fully grown, the shrubs can reach heights of even 1.5 meters. With their thick branches and wild-looking leaves, some shrubs are almost currant trees!

Wildly growing plants

When fully grown, the shrubs can reach heights of even 1.5 meters. With their thick branches and wild-looking leaves, some shrubs are almost currant trees!

Black currant is harvested in summer, normally around August – a bit later than its red version, which is ready to be harvested already at the end of June....

Harvesting

Black currant is harvested in summer, normally around August – a bit later than its red version, which is ready to be harvested already at the end of June. The longer the currants hang on the bush, the sweeter they taste.

After the harvest, black currant is washed, and selected by hand in order to deliver only the best-quality berries directly to your door.

Washed and hand-picked

After the harvest, black currant is washed, and selected by hand in order to deliver only the best-quality berries directly to your door.

First shock-frozen, then directly to the vacuum room: this might not sound like a gentle process, but freeze-drying is one of the best options to preserve...

First shock-frozen, then directly to the vacuum room: this might not sound like a gentle process, but freeze-drying is one of the best options to preserve vitamins and nutrients intact. Moreover, as this procedure removes most of the berries' water, it enhances their taste and makes their texture crunchier. A real win-win situation!

After having been freeze-dried, the black berries  are filled into large packs and shipped to our Berlin warehouse, where the fruits wait for you to buy them!

After having been freeze-dried, the black berries are filled into large packs and shipped to our Berlin warehouse, where the fruits wait for you to buy them!

Questions about questions Freeze-dried black currant

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How should I store the black currant to make it last longer?

Of course you want to know how to take care of your freeze-dried black currant, before buying half a kilo of it! Properly stored - which means well closed, and away from heat and direct light - our black currant keeps for up to one and a half years. You can use our airtight mason jars to store them not only efficiently but also prettily.

What is freeze-drying, and why do you use this process?

The delicate freeze-drying process uses the principle of sublimation to remove water from foods. Our fruits are frozen and successively placed in a vacuum room, where the water, due to the pressure, changes its state from ice directly into steam. Thus, the black currant berries get their crunchy texture, keep their nutrients intact, and have their taste enhanced!

How many calories does black currant have?

100 g of our freeze-dried black currant have about 275 calories and 32 g of carbohydrates. All nutritional values are printed on the packaging.

How many types of currant there are, and how do they differ from one another?

When you think of currant, you probably picture black and red small berries that grow on wild bushes. But there is another, more uncommon type of currant - the white one! This leads to some crossbreeds like the pink and golden-coloured ribes, which are however pretty rare. Independently from their colour, currant types have a very similar, sweet-and-sour taste: red currant is generally slightly sweeter, while white currant can have a delicate wine-y aftertaste.

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All the reviews "Freeze-dried black currant | 500 g"

G
22 Jul 2021
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Taste explosion

Fine sourish and aromatic as well as super crispy, tastes in muesli or yoghurt purely

A
18 Jul 2021
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My favorite Koro product.

Absolutely crunchy and tasty. The spice up any muesli, cottage cheese,... up.

K
15 Jul 2021
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Genial;-)

Super crispy and especially a real fruity-tart flavor explosion. Fits great with all breakfast bowls.

A
7 Jul 2021
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Crunchy and tasty simply super
In muesli πŸ₯£ or porridge the right kick

R
29 Jun 2021
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Taste very good and the acidity belongs

Very good taste and the acid simply belongs to this fruit.

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