IQF Beetroot

Rich in both colour and flavour, IQF beetroot makes a tasty addition to a wide range of heathy snacks and dips, ready meals, salads, soups and sauces.

It’s available from Kiril Mischeff diced to 10x10mm, and supplied in 10kg cartons as standard. Sourced here in the UK, it’s ideal for products marketed with British provenance.

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What is IQF beetroot?

IQF beetroot is picked, peeled and diced to size, then rapidly frozen at extremely cold temperatures. This helps to keep the product free-flowing (as ice crystals can’t form), making it perfect for any application requiring individual and identifiable beetroot chunks.

All the natural fresh flavour, colour and aroma of the beetroot remains even after defrosting, while the nutritional benefits of the beetroot also stay in tact.

Indeed, IQF beetroot is an excellent source of iron and folate, as well as a host of other vitamins and minerals.

Place your order for IQF beetroot by calling our sales team on +44 (0) 1909 534 000 today.


Where can you buy Beetroot in bulk?

Here at Kiril Mischeff, we are a leading supplier of fruit and vegetables to the UK food and drinks manufacturing industry. The beetroot is diced to 10×10 mm and supplied in 10kg cartons. We also source all our beetroot here in the UK, which is perfect for marketing food with British provenance.

Why is it good to eat Beetroot?

It is packed with essential nutrients, folate being one of the important ones as it helps cells grow and function, and controls damage to blood vessels, lowering the risk of heart disease. It is also rich in fibre, manganese, potassium, iron and vitamin C.

What are the most popular ways to eat Beetroot?

Owing to its rich colour and flavour, beetroot is very popular in salads, dips, soups, sauces and a wide range of healthy snacks. The juice is known to be highly nutritious, and contains more folate and vitamin C per serving than cooked beets! They can also be consumed raw, thinly sliced or whole. It is also a perfect vegetable for pickling.

Is Beetroot a superfood?

Yes! It contains above average amounts of vitamins and minerals per gram, and is relatively low in calories. It can be dehydrated and made into powder where it will contain higher levels of nitrates than whole beets, and added to drinks and food.

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