Aronia

100 % pure aronia juice from first pressing

Cranberry

100 % pure cranberry juice from North American cranberries
Flasche Goji Saft von Rabenhorst

Goji

Pure juice with 99.6 % fruit content

Pomegranate

100 % pomegranate pure juice from first pressing
Flasche 100 % purer Haskap-Beere-Saft in Bio-Qualität von Rabenhorst

Haskap berry

100 % pure juice from hand-picked Haskap berries
Flasche Holundersaft von Rabenhorst

Elderberry

100 % pure elderberry juice from first pressing
Rabenhorst Cranberry-Mannose-Kombi

Mannose-Cranberry

Portion sticks for 8 days
Flasche Preiselbeersaft von Rabenhorst

Cowberry

100 % pure cowberry pure juice from first pressing
Flasche Sanddornsaft von Rabenhorst

Sea Buckthorn

100% sea-buckthorn pure juice from first pressing

Cherry

100 % pure cherry juice from first pressing
Flasche Johannisbeersaft von Rabenhorst

Blackcurrant

100 % blackcurrant pure juice from first pressing
Flasche Heidelbeersaft von Rabenhorst

Blueberry

100 % pure forest blueberry juice from first pressing

Interesting facts about pure juice from first pressing

What actually makes pure juice from first pressing so special and how is it produced? Find out everything you need to know about pure juices from first pressing here.

FAQ

What is pure juice from first pressing?

A pure juice from first pressing is a pure juice. This is juice from the first pressing, from which only very few natural cloudy substances are removed. There are certain criteria that must be met for a juice to be called pure juice. A pure juice is therefore always a juice in which only the original, fruit-own components of the processed fruits can be found.

What distinguishes pure juice from first pressings from other types of juice?

Not all juices are the same. In Germany, the designation of fruit beverages is strictly regulated by the Fruit Juice Ordinance. Pure juice from first pressing and pure juice has 100% fruit content. In the case of fruit juice made from fruit juice concentrate, concentrate is first made from the fruit by extracting the fruit's own water and flavour from the juice. Water and aroma are then later added to this concentrate. In this way, fruit juice made from fruit juice concentrate tastes consistently the same.  Fruit juice from fruit juice concentrate also has a fruit content of 100%. Our fruit nectar contains 25-50% fruit. You can read the details here.

How is pure juice from first pressing made?

After the harvest, the raw fruit is brought to us. When we receive them, we make sure that the berries and fruits are fully ripe and aromatic. We only process fresh produce. If the raw produce passes our high-quality standards, it is sorted and crushed. This helps with the subsequent pressing. We press the fruit only once in our own press house. This is how we produce our premium pure juice. After pressing, the juices are separated, i.e. the juice is separated from the pomace. Pomace is the term used for the residue left over after pressing. At Rabenhorst, natural cloudy substances are then removed by filtering. In the case of our pure juice from first pressings, only a few natural cloudy substances are removed. Afterwards, we gently pasteurise the juice to make it last longer. This gentle short-time heating ensures our quality so that the juices retain their natural colour and the natural smell of the berries and fruits. Finally, the juices are gently bottled in our brown light-protected bottle.

When producing a pure juice from first pressing, it is not possible to standardise the taste and aroma. Certain variations in taste and aroma have to be accepted because the fresh fruits used also vary slightly in taste and aroma and we preserve their natural aroma in our juices.

What should I keep in mind when consuming the pure juice from first pressings?

Because we only remove a few natural cloudy substances, a sediment can form in our pure juice from first pressings. You can then simply shake the juice so that they dissolve back into the juice. It does not affect the taste or quality of the juice. It is a sign that many natural ingredients of the fruits and berries have been preserved.

What makes Rabenhorst fruit juices so special?

We only use fresh market quality fruits for our juices. These fruits are ripe and aromatic, which also makes our juices particularly aromatic. Our pure juices from first pressing are characterised by their tart, tangy taste.