For a long time, black currants (Ribes nigrum) were called “the forbidden fruit” in the United States. Farmers thought that the tart berries, native to Europe and Asia, helped spread a fungus that killed pine trees. Due to the ban, many Americans have missed out on these nutritious berries. Black currants have a high concentration of anthocyanins, polyphenolic substances, antioxidants, vitamin C and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA).
We are cooperating with several black currant juice concentrate suppliers in the United States (producers, distributors, warehouses, importers and exporters), so that we can offer you natural, conventional or USDA NOP certified organic and Non-GMO (GMO Free) black currant concentrate with diversified specifications (clear or cloudy, aseptic or non-aseptic, frozen), and in various bulk pack sizes (pails, drums, totes). Black Currant juice concentrate samples are available on request.