Black currant

The black currant (Ribes nigrum) is native to temperate regions of Central- and North Europe, as well North Asia. It was cultivated for the first time in Russia in 11th century, Europe followed in the 19th century. Typical for these berries is the distinct casis taste and the high content of vitamin C (181mg/100g).

Our black currant is mainly cultivated in Poland. There are many different varieties on the market, but in general the industry doesn’t make a distinction. Nevertheless it is possible to request a special variety. The diameter of a berry varies, but is maximum 15 mm. They are being harvested from June until August and are frozen without fruit stalk.

Packaging formats

  • 4 x 2.5kg/cardboard box