Source of essential nutrients for the organism
Did you know that although currant is believed to be native to northern and eastern Europe, the first crops occurred in Belgium and northern France?The currant is the fruit of the currant and grows in temperate and cold areas. It is small and round, of a bright red color and with an appreciated very acidic flavor. It is a berry that contains a high percentage of water, almost 90%.
The currant is a great source of vitamins, fiber, minerals … and at the same time it hardly contributes calories. This little berry has great antioxidant, diuretic and cleansing properties. This small berry has great antioxidant, diuretic and depurative properties.
Rich in antioxidants
Strengthens the immune system
It is an intestinal stimulant
It has a high fiber content.
Composition information per 100 g
Data from the Spanish Database of bedca.es
Vitamin C (mg)
We fulfill our objective and hallmark of offering “berries 365 days a year”, thanks to the origin of our quality crops.
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Our products are extremely healthy and natural so we try to live up to them also in the formats in which we offer them. We use R-PET plastic (which is 100% recycled plastic), cardboard and we also work with other novel and more sustainable materials created from cellulose or starch.
In Ideal Fruits we have the most prestigious certifications in quality, food safety and traceability.
Certifications such as British Retail Consortium (BRC), International Food Standard (IFS), Global G.A.P., GRASP, Ecological, Tierra de Sabor, Smeta and Carbon Footprint.
Ideal Fruits S.L, within the framework of the ICEX Next programme, has had the support of ICEX and the co-financing of the European ERDF fund. The purpose of this support is to contribute to the international development of the company and its environment.
Objective: Expansion and technological improvements of the industry for the processing of red fruits (blueberries and strawberries) and carrots.
Expected results: Achievement of expansion targets and technological improvements