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Currants: health benefits and ingredients currant

  1. The currant or cluster berry is a berry that comes from a deciduous shrub, normally 1 to 1.5 meters high, sometimes even 2 meters. There are black, red and white currants. The cultivation of red currants started in the 15th century in monastery gardens. The refreshing berries grow in clusters on a small shrub from the Saxifragaceae family, a family of dicotyledons. They are available in three colors: berries of the genus Ribes rubrum turn bright red or white, and those of the genus Ribes nigrum black. They differ considerably in taste: with the red currant, the sour note predominates, the white has a milder taste and the black is more herbaceous aromatic. The reds are best known and have a fresh, sour taste. They are small round berries that are shiny and bright red in color.

What are currants?

  1. Currants, also known as cluster berries, are small fruits that grow in clusters on twigs. The redcurrant grows on a bush. Red, white (and pink) or black currants are distinguished and all three are healthy and delicious. The red berries are the best known. These are juicy and have a fresh tart taste. The red, black or white fruits can be harvested in the Netherlands from the end of June to the end of August. Currants can be eaten separately, but you can also eat them very well with oatmeal

Ingredients redcurrant

  1. Packed with healthy nutrients Currants excel in the amount of vitamin C



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