Why choose mango concentrate?
Lower in volume than an an NFC juice, mango concentrate can be more cost-effective to transport and store in bulk. And, despite the extra processing compared to an NFC mango juice, it still retains natural mango flavour and much of the fruit’s nutritional goodness.
This makes it a popular choice for food and drink manufacturers, who can use mango concentrate in a wide range of juices, desserts, smoothies, baked goods and many more applications.
To find out more or to place an order for our mango concentrate, just contact your Customer Account Manager. You may also wish to look at our mango puree.
- 20kg bag in box
- Drum 250kg
Mango juice concentrate is a liquid derived from the crushing and pressing of mangos. It is high in natural sugar and can be used to make juices, smoothies or cocktails, as well as for cooking and baking applications.
How does mango juice concentrate differ from mango juice?
Since the concentrate is made by pressing and crushing the mangos, it results in a higher sugar content than regular mango juice. The concentrate should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. For optimal flavour and freshness, keep in the fridge.
What is the nutritional value of mango juice concentrate?
Mango juice concentrate from Kiril Mischeff is low fat and rich in antioxidants and dietary fibre, providing essential vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A, C, E and B6.
How much mango juice concentrate should I use in a recipe?
It depends on the type of recipe and your desired sweetness level. The concentrate can be used as a natural sweetener in recipes or drinks, to balance out the tartness of other ingredients. For many in the food industry, mango juice concentrate is a versatile ingredient that can be added to smoothies, juices and cocktails for extra sweetness; it can also be used as an alternative sweetener in baking recipes or to make syrup or jams. It also pairs well with other ingredients, such as tropical fruits including pineapple, banana and coconut. It can also be used to sweeten tart berries such as blueberries or raspberries.