Blackcurrant is a berry of translucent pulp with red or green tones and bittersweet taste. The fruit is small, of black-blue color and spherical shape, with an intense taste when completely ripe. This berry is covered with hair and its pulp contains multiple small seeds. These fruits are not loose; they grow in clusters. The Blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum, belonging to the botanical family of Saxigfragaceae) is the shrub where currants grow. In English its name means berry of gooseâ?? because long ago it was the main ingredient of a sauce that went together with goose dishes. Blackcurrant is used to make liquors, wine, juice and jelly. Blackcurrants are extremely rich in sugars, organic acids and vitamin C. The quantity of vitamin C in 250 ml of currants is three times superior to that contained in a small orange. Blackcurrants are excellent laxatives. They must be consumed in a short time, otherwise, they will spoil. In the fridge, at 4C of temperature, they last for one week. The output is used in the food industry that uses Blackcurrants for processing syrups, jelly and refreshing drinks. A characteristic liquor is made by means of macerating them in brandy and adding syrup. They are also used in chemists to improve flavors and as a source of food coloring. Our Blackcurrants are sourced from growers in China, Japan, Poland, UK and Ukraine.
Gooseberry is a white, yellow, red or green berry according to the species, with a thorny, hairy or even skin. The different varieties are distinguished from each other by the time of maturation, taste, color, size, shape of the fruit and the way in which it is consumed. The most outstanding is the yellowish fruit with hairy skin, although there are also varieties of reddish, pale whitish green and dark green skin. Its strange taste is never sweet enough to enable the consumer to eat it raw, so it is normally used it in the processing of different by-products. Nevertheless, some varieties like Early Sulphur are consumed raw. Other varieties are more suitable to be cooked, like Careless, Leveller, Whinham"s Industry and Howard"s Lancer, and the rest are intended for processing jam and preserves, like Keepsake and Lancashire Lad. Apart from this species of currant there are other species like red currant and blackcurrant. Gooseberries grow solitary, not in clusters, in Europe and America. It does not grow in clusters and it is larger than red currant. This fruit is used to make cakes, sherbets, jelly and syrup. It is an ingredient for puddings, fruit salads and chutneys. To make gooseberry jam it is recommended to harvest the berries when they are still pale green, since their pectin content diminishes soon after they have reached the maturation point. The skin of ripe gooseberries is hard and it looses its colour with the heat treatment. Gooseberries are also served as garnish for meat and fish dishes. They have a high content of pectin and citric acid. The energetic value for each 100 g of fresh product is between 34-40 kcal. Its composition is quite similar to that of red currant. It is the richest in vitamin A of all the currant species, although its content of minerals and other vitamins is very similar to the content in red currants. Our Gooseberries are sourced from growers in Germany, Ukraine, Poland and UK.
Cranberries are native only to North America. There are only three commercially grown crops that can make this claim cranberries, blueberries and concord grapes. Early settlers thought the cranberry blossom resembled the head of a crane and called them crane berries. Cranberries were so important to early settlers, laws were passed in some areas to prevent wild bogs from being picked illegally. Cranberries are commonly planted from cuttings, not seeds. Cranberry vines donot need to be replanted. They can continue producing indefinitely. Cranberries grow on an evergreen vine that means they keep their leaves year round, but the leaves actually turn deep burgundy during the plants dormant cycle. Our Cranberries are sourced from growers in Chile, Ukraine, Macedonia and Tunisia.
Fresh fruits like apples, grapes, oranges, stonefruit, cherries, pears, and vegetables, nuts, dried fruits, onions, potatoes, pumpkins, limes, strawberries, blueberries, eggs, carrots, grapefruit, lemons, pomegranates, almonds, walnuts.
It is believed the Raspberry originated in Greece. From there it spread to Italy, England, the Netherlands and later to the United States and Chile. In Spain there are producing areas Huelva, Asturias, CÃ¡ceres and the Maresme area in Barcelona. Raspberries have a conical or round shape. Small in size (its base is between 15 and 20 millimeters in diameter). It is formed by many granites of velvety textured balls grouped very close to each other. The color of the Raspberry varies depending on the particular variety. Its texture is soft. The pulp is juicy and has a bittersweet taste. It is very aromatic. Inside it contains a multitude of tiny seeds. Our Raspberries are sourced from growers in Russia, Poland and Serbia.
The Blackberry is a wild plant, in general, of which we eat the fruits, very aromatic and somewhat acid small berries of black color. They are consumed raw, although they are also used for making stewed fruit, fruit salads, cakes, etc. They are rich in vitamins and minerals. Besides, they supply fiber and they are low in calories. The Blackberry is the fruit of the bramble, a shrub that grows generally wild in many areas of the world. It is a black glossy berry-like fruit formed by multiple small fruits, each one containing a seed. It is an aromatic and somewhat acid fruit. It is a species known from the very old times, to which people confer many healing properties. They are consumed raw, on their own or along with ice cream, yogurt or cream. They are used to make fruit salads, stewed fruit, cakes, wines and brandy, etc. Our Blackberries are sourced from growers in China, Poland, UK and Serbia.
The Blueberry is a fruit that grows wild in fresh areas of the N hemisphere. It is a bluish-black, rounded berry measuring 6mm of diameter. It is mainly consumed in jams, cakes or as garnish for various dishes. It is rich in vitamins and it supplies very few calories. The Blueberry pulp is aromatic, juicy and somewhat acid. It contains multiple small brown seeds. In the upper part, this fruit has a small crown that differentiates it from the black currant. The Blueberry is eaten as table dessert, although it is chiefly intended for the processing of several product like jam, puree, stewed fruit, jellies and juices. It is also dried and frozen. In some countries it is even fried or cooked for making soups. As raw fruit they are part of fruit salads and they are eaten with cereals, crepes and waffles. They are eaten with cream, orange juice or with a drop of Grand Marnier, a liquor made with orange. The Cranberries are used to make buns, bread, pies, cakes and sherbets. They are garnish for turkey dishes. The Blueberries are rich in vitamin A and C, and they supply very few calories, since they contain few fats and proteins. They are rich in anthocyans, some substances that are beneficial for the digestive apparatus. Our Blueberries are sourced from growers in Netherlands, Poland, Spain and Germany.
The Strawberry is a succulent and fragrant fruit of bright red color, obtained from the plant with the same name. In the West it is considered as the â??queen of the fruit". It is eaten raw and used to make jam, stewed fruit... It is also used with medicinal purposes, since it has excellent benefits for health. Strawberries (Fragaria vesca) grew spontaneously in the forests. Its culture started quite late, since it is a very fragile fruit; in order to obtain a maximum yield in a whole month harvest, the field needed a permanent dedication. The edible fruit is commonly known as "etaerioâ??. It is a false fruit consisting of a receptacle bearing the achenes (seed-like parts), small and of pale color in the part that was exposed to the shade and a dark reddish color in the part that has been exposed to the sun. The achenes can be inserted in the flesh, superficial or protuberant. There may be numerous or scarce. The protuberant achenes increase the resistance of the surface, but during washing many of them come off. The consumer normally prefers the fruit with few achenes, since they remain between the teeth when we bite them. The central part or "heartâ?? of the fruit may be well-developed or very little developed, we may also find â??heartlessâ?? fruits. This is a negative characteristic. The fruits have various shapes, according to the cultivar: conical, conical-elongate, conical-rounded, spheroidal, oblate and kidney shape. Strawberries are usually harvested at the beginning of summer. Wild strawberries are generally smaller than the cultivated ones, but they have a better aroma and taste, slightly bittersweet. Strawberries are low in calories. Their energetic value per 100 g of edible fresh fruit ranges from 27 to 34 kcal. Apart from water, their main component are carbohydrates. Fructose represents practically half of the glucids and the rest is mainly glucose. It has a low percentage of proteins. The Strawberry is an excellent source of vitamin C. Our Strawberries are sourced from growers in Egypt, Turkey, Spain, Poland and Japan.
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Strawberry Size (cm) : 3-4 cm Weight (kg) : 20-30 pcs/kg Style : Skin : red brow- Flesh: red Packing: inner: 5kg/8kg/PE/PA bag. Outter: 15kg/20kg styrofoam box Origin : Vietnam , Ho Chi Minh Cultivation Type : Common Certification : C/O, Phytosanitary Port of loading: Hai Phong Port, Viet Nam
Fresh Peruvian bluberries are avalible for export from September to March. Dried Blueberries are available all year. Dark in colour and rich in flavour, Blueberries are an antioxidant rich 'superfood.' These healthy berries are ready to eat, versatile and great for cooking Blueberries now are Peru’s third most valuable fresh fruit export, an impressive leap from virtually nothing less than five years ago. Demand from markets in the United States, Europe and China are helping drive this increase in production, along with fast returns on investment, high profitability, friendly trade agreements and a reputation as a consistent and quality supplier. The boom in sales of Peruvian blueberries was due to the country's increase in production and the subscription of a phytosanitary protocol for the access of the fresh fruit. In 2016, Peru became the world 's third largest exporter of blueberries. Product Attributes : Product Specification Product number : BB-2242 Place of Origin : Peru Crop Year : 2018 Broken ratio : 0.04% Cultivation Type : Natural Variety : Fresh Packing method : 25 Minimum Order Quantity : 5 Tons Delivery : 2 weeks Samples : Yes
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Our Cherry is grown in the Northern Anatolia Region of Turkey. The cool weather during the time the fruits are ripening assures the highest-quality fruits are harvested. The most common varieties of Cherries are: Napolyon (Napoleon Cherry) and Salihli. Size: 22cm Packaging : 5kg (Netto) cartons Cherry is Freshly harvested, handpicked and processed to meet high-quality international export standards. Cherries are available in the months of May, June and July.
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