Redcurrants

The redcurrant is a round, red berry with a small crown. Redcurrants grow in clusters and have a translucent clear to dark red colour. Redcurrants have a fresh sweet and sour taste.

Our redcurrants are part of our Discovered brand.

Passport Redcurrants

Name Redcurrant
Family Grossulariaceae
Varieties Junifer, Rovada
Origin Western Europe
Source Netherlands, Chile and Portugal
Availability Yearround
Packaging Ask for the options
Brand Discovered or supplier’s brand

Storage advice Redcurrants

In the store

Redcurrant must be stored in a cool place, between a minimum of 0°C and a maximum of 2°C.

At home

We advise consumers to keep redcurrant in the fridge.
Our tip: spread the berries on a plate or dish, to prevent them from getting bruised spots.

Usage tips Redcurrants

You should only wash redcurrants if it is really necessary. Redcurrents can be eaten as a snack. They are also perfect with desserts and dairy and can be processed into juice, jelly or jam.

Extra tip for the consumer
You should only wash redcurrants if it is really necessary. Recurrants can be eaten as a snack. They are also perfect with desserts and dairy and can be processed into juice, jelly or jam.

Maturity / Freshness Redcurrants

Ripe and fresh redcurrants are firm, round and have a translucent clear to dark-red colour. Redcurrants are delicate fruits, so handle them carefully.

Calendar Redcurrants

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Netherlands
Portugal
Spain

Growing areas Redcurrants

Dutch redcurrants are available almost all year round. Redcurrants from Chile are also delivered from February to April. At the end of April and the beginning of May, redcurrants come from our growers from Portugal.

Discovered Redcurrants

Redcurrants go under our brand Discovered. The packaging on Discovered products provides not only details about their source and flavour but also explains how the product should be stored and prepared.

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Redcurrants

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