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Redcurrants are about 1 cm in diameter and grow in bunches. Their colour ranges from translucent bright to dark red. The flesh ranges from sour to tangy, and contains a number of yellowish-brown seeds.

Redcurrants are very versatile: they are delicious as a snack, and delicious for breakfast with yoghurt, for example. You can also use redcurrants in salads, desserts and cakes.

Origin Where do redcurrants come from?

Redcurrants have their origins in Western Europe. Our redcurrants come from the Netherlands, Chile and Portugal.

Taste How do redcurrants taste?

The fresh redcurrants have a nice sweet and sour taste. The glossy appearance of the rich collection of bright red berries makes the small, round fruit delicious sweets.

Use How do you eat redcurrants?

Only wash redcurrants if necessary. Eat them as a snack or use them as a fresh addition to salads, with meat and game dishes. Redcurrants are also perfect with desserts and dairy and can be processed into a jelly, juice or jam.

Storage How do you store redcurrants

Keep redcurrants spread on a plate in the fridge, they will keep for longer.

Tips Redcurrant tips

Redcurrants are delicious to use in or on a cake, they give a delicious tangy accent to sweet baking.

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Nutritional value of redcurrants Nutritional value

  per 100 gr
Energy 51 kcal
Energy 213 kJ
Carbohydrates 7,9 g
of which sugars 6 g
Fat 0,1 g
of which saturated 0 g
Fibre 7,9 g
Protein 1,1 g
Sodium 1 mg
Vitamin C 10 mg

Redcurrants are low in calories and contain a lot of dietary fibre, vitamin C and potassium.

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Redcurrant Recipes.

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