Blackcurrant juice in organic quality
Our Blackcurrant juice is made from carefully selected, vitamin C-rich blackcurrants of the best organic quality. These are processed in our own press house into an aromatic blackcurrant juice of the highest quality. During the juicing process, the selected and de-stemmed berries are pressed only once. This produces a truly pure juice with all the fullness of its natural ingredients.
Nutritional values of our Blackcurrant Juice
|of which saturates:||< 0,1g|
|of which sugars:||7,2g|
|Vitamin C:||80 mg/100%*|
Organic blackcurrant juice
Without added sugar, in accordance with the law. Fruit juice naturally contains the fruit's own sugar.
Tips for consuming our Blackcurrant pure juice
A daily portion of 100 ml of our Blackcurrant juice covers the reference amount of vitamin C by 100 %*. Depending on your preference, enjoy the juice undiluted or as a spritzer. You can also use our juice to make blackcurrant jelly or fruity spreads. Always keep the opened bottle sealed in the refrigerator and use it up within 8 days.
* % of the nutrient reference value
This is what distinguishes the blackcurrant
The blackcurrant is a fruit variety native to Germany and grows on an evergreen currant bush. The berries have a very high content of vitamin C, which contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system in the body, for example, as well as to reducing tiredness and fatigue. In addition, vitamin C helps to protect the cells from oxidative stress.
Frequently asked questions
How much sugar is in Blackcurrant juice?
Rabenhorst Blackcurrant juice contains 7.2 g of fructose per 100 ml.
What is the difference between Blackcurrant juice and Blackcurrant Nectar?
The Blackcurrant juice from Rabenhorst consists of 100 % pure juice, while the blackcurrant nectar has a fruit content of at least 35 % and is enriched with water and organic raw cane sugar. Since the nectar therefore contains a lower fruit content than the pure juice, a larger daily portion must be consumed to cover the reference amount of vitamin C*. However, the Blackcurrant Nectar is less acidic in taste than the Blackcurrant pure juice.
% of the nutrient reference value