How is redcurrant concentrate made?
To make redcurrant concentrate, the redcurrants are juiced and then heated to evaporate a significant proportion of the berry’s water content.
The concentrated solution (which is six times the strength of a regular juice but considerably reduced in volume) is then easier for food and drink manufacturers to transport in bulk before it is bought back to regular strength by re-adding water at the final processing point.
Contrary to popular belief, redcurrant juice from concentrate still retains much the same nutritional profile as an NFC juice.
- 250kg drums
- 25kg bag in box
What is redcurrant juice concentrate?
Redcurrant juice concentrate is a highly concentrated form of redcurrant juice that has been processed to remove water content. The concentrate is rich in antioxidants and vitamins, which can provide various health benefits such as boosting immunity and reducing inflammation. It is also rich in Vitamin C and redcurrant juice has been linked with reducing the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease.
What is redcurrant juice concentrate used for?
Redcurrant juice concentrate can be used in cooking to add flavour and colour to dishes such as sauces, marinades and desserts. It has a slightly tart and tangy taste with a hint of sweetness. The juice can be used in cocktails to add a fruity and colourful twist to drinks.
Redcurrant juice concentrate from Kiril Mischeff
Looking for a natural and concentrated ingredient to enhance the flavour of your juice drinks, smoothies, jams or jellies? Look no further than Kiril Mischeff’s redcurrant concentrate. With a Brix level of 64° to 66°, this concentrate is six times stronger than regular juice, making it perfect for bulk transportation. When reconstituted with water at the final processing point, it returns to regular strength, providing you with the same nutritional profile as an NFC (Not From Concentrate) juice. Available in 250kg drums or a 25kg bag in a box, Kiril Mischeff’s redcurrant concentrate is full of natural flavour and colour, making it an ideal addition to your food and drink manufacturing needs.