Kiril Mischeff is one of the UK’s largest fruit puree suppliers. Produced as naturally as possible and using only minimal processing, our range of fruit purees retain the exceptional colour, flavour and nutritional values of the fresh fruits they are made from.
They can be packed aseptic or frozen, ideal for manufacturers of fruit juices, smoothies, fruit jams, sauces, fruit pies and ready meals to name a few.
At Kiril Mischeff, we offer a complete range of industrial fruit purees including unpasteurised purees. These include mango puree, banana puree, berry purees, apple puree and pear puree. In particular we are known for our exceptional range of aseptic British fruit purees – including British strawberry puree, British raspberry puree, British blackcurrant puree, British blueberry puree and British blackberry puree.
We are continually expanding our tropical fruit puree range, the latest additions to our portfolio being lucuma puree, mangosteen puree and lychee puree.
We are also able to offer a wide range of organic fruit purees.
To discuss an order of any of our fruit purees, just contact our sales team today.
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How are fruit purees made?
All fruit puree suppliers will use a slightly different process, but generally speaking, our fruit purees are made by milling the best quality fruit into a smooth pulp, sieving to remove any unwanted fibre, seeds or skin pieces and then applying a gentle heat treatment if required to reduce microbial loading.
Are fruit purees healthy?
As one of the UK’s leading fruit puree suppliers, we endeavour to provide our consumers with nutritional information regarding our products.
The good news is that our fruit purees are made with as little processing as possible – so we’re able to capture much of the fruit’s natural nutritional value.
Sugar content can be high in some fruit purees, but this is a result of the natural sugars that occur within the fruit itself. On each of our individual fruit puree pages, you’ll be able to see a Brix value, which illustrates the sugar levels in the product.
What are the main uses of fruit puree?
Fruit puree is now commonly used by both food and drink manufacturers, with the growing popularity of smoothies furthering the demand.
Fruit purees are also commonly found in breakfast and bakery items, desserts and baby food.
What packaging options are available for fruit purees?
Our fruit purees can be supplied either frozen or aseptic, in a wide range of packing options. Typically, these include 20kg bag in box, 200kg drum or 1000kg Individual Bulk Container.
Most of our fruit purees are pasteurised for a longer shelf-life, though a range of unpasteurised fruit purees are also available.