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Red currants

Red currants grow on bunches on twigs. The small round berries are shiny and bright red. They have a zesty flavour.
The ideal teperature of Red currants

Storage advice

Red currants are kept refrigerated in storage and during transport. The ideal temperature during transport is between 2 and 4 degrees Celsius. At home the red currants need to be kept in the fridge.
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Origin Nature's Pride Red currants

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Growing and harvesting

Young, rooted plants can be planted directly in their final place. The
shrubs are set approximately 1.5 meters apart. After planting, several
branches are pruned. The berries are ripe and ready for harvest
when they have turned completely red. Red currants are harvested
manually with a small knife. After cutting them from the shrub the
bunches are placed in their packaging. Harvesting takes place over
a period of three weeks. Red currants are immediately packaged in
their end-consumer packaging, cooled and transported to Nature's
Pride. Red currants intended for storage are first stored in storage
boxes. Red currants can be taken from these boxes, sorted and
repackaged year-round, ready for transportation to Nature's Pride.

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Preparation tips & recipes

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