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The black currant or cassis is a globose berry type fruit of blue color, juicy and with a very pleasant sweet and sour taste. Its juice is medicinal and is also used to make drinks and jelly. In English its name means “goose berry” because it was once the main ingredient of a sauce that accompanied goose dishes.
At FROTZ®, our sieving process eliminates all the skins and seeds that are so unpleasant when making sauces, jellies or beverages.

REF. 4351


Polypropylene tray with secure, heat-sealed closure to guarantee the freshness and protection of our products.
Boxes of 6 units.


1 KG FORMAT: Black currant (Ribes nigrum) 92.5% and sugar (7.5%).

Tips for Use

Suitable for ice cream, sorbets, pastry, confectionery, cooking and cocktails.
Our products are suitable for a wide variety of applications, including ice cream, sorbets, pastries, confectionery and cocktail preparation. Versatility guaranteed!

Organoleptic Characteristics

Color: typical of black currant (dark, between purple and black).
Smell: Characteristic of strawberry fruit with fresh aroma.
Flavor: typical sweet and sour of this fruit.
Texture/consistency: smooth, creamy and homogeneous texture.

Storage Conditions

The proven shelf life of our product is 30 months when kept in its original packaging and stored frozen at -20ºC. it is important to note that once thawed, the product should never be refrozen to ensure its quality and food safety.
It is important to remember that the product should be thawed under refrigeration (2 to 5ºC) and kept at this temperature until fully consumed. It is recommended to be consumed within a maximum of 4 to 5 days to preserve its organoleptic properties and ensure its freshness.

Nutritional Information

Approx. per 100 g.
Energy value in kcal82.6
Energy value in Kjul345
of which, saturated fatty acids0,03
of which, sugars14.9
Dietary fiber6.1
BRIX: 20º+-2,5 PH: 2.8+-1

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