How is gooseberry puree made?
Our gooseberry purees are made simply by heating the berries to break down the fruit’s insoluble fibres. The reduced fruit is then passed through a sieve for a thick and smooth final product.
This minimal processing ensures the purees retain the berry’s natural flavour, colour and aroma, as well as virtually all of the fruit’s nutritional goodness.
To order your gooseberry puree today, please contact your Customer Account Manager. You may also wish to look at our other NFC juices such as NFC apple juice and a range of further gooseberry products including gooseberry concentrate.
- 20kg bag in box (aseptic)
- Drum 200kg
Is gooseberry puree good for you?
Gooseberries are known to have many health benefits, as they are low in calories, high in fibre and are bursting with antioxidants. The juice is also rich in several vitamins and minerals including vitamins E and C, manganese and copper.
Fruit purees are more viscous than fruit juice, because they contain the pulp of the fruit. The benefit of this extra pulp is that the puree contains a higher amount of fibre, which is essential for your digestive system.
Many fruit purees are processed and full of preservatives and added sugar, leaving them high in calories, but Kiril Mischeff gooseberry puree is unprocessed and naturally produced, making it a great option for healthy products.
Where to buy gooseberry puree in bulk?
Kiril Mischeff are proud to be leading suppliers of fruit purees to the UK food and drinks manufacturing industry.
Our gooseberry puree is a thick but smooth product which has undergone minimal processing to create a puree that retains much of the natural taste and nutritional values of the fresh berry. Our gooseberry purees are made from fresh berries harvested in Scotland, with specific varieties available upon request.
From 20kg aseptic bags to 200kg drums, our purees are available in a wide variety of formats to best suit your business needs, be it industrial, foodservice or retail.
What is gooseberry puree used for?
Thanks to its great nutritional profile and distinctive, sweet yet sharp flavour, gooseberry puree is used in many products across the food and drinks manufacturing industry. The most common uses of gooseberry puree include baby food, smoothies, desserts, yoghurts, bakery products and breakfast bars.
What is Brix in gooseberry puree?
Brix is a standard measurement in the food and drink manufacturing industry. It can be used to measure the sugar content of a juice or puree. A product with 1° Brix has one gram of sugar per 100 grams, while 10° Brix means ten grams of sugar per 100 grams.
Therefore, Brix is a good indicator of how sweet the gooseberry puree might taste. At Kiril Mischeff, we supply a range of gooseberry purees to the food and drinks manufacturing industry with Brix of 9°.