BOIRON Frozen Fruit Puree, Blackcurrant/Cassis
IMPORTANT: Due to the nature of frozen products, fruit purees are available for pick up at our studio in Markham only.
Make delicious fruit treats including sauces for plated desserts, ice creams and sorbets. Fruit puree can be used to make fruit jellies, fresh curd, filling for tarts, and is wonderful in popsicles or paletas. It can also be added to vinaigrette and fresh salsas for grilled seafood, meat and etc!
Product obtained with the edible parts of one or several types of fruits or vegetables, then sieved or finely chopped, without any notable concentration, with or without added sugar(s).
- A strict selection of ripe-picked fruits and vegetables in the best areas.
- Constant taste, colour and texture guaranteed by blending techniques.
- Production methods adapted to each fruit and vegetable to maintain all their original qualities.
- This purée is GMO-free and has no preservatives, artificial colours or flavours.
Ingredients: Blackcurrant 90%, Invert sugar syrup 10%
About Blackcurrant /Cassis
Blackcurrant is a berry grown on a shrub, the blackcurrant bush. Its leaves are as fragrant as its fruit, black with purple tints when they reach full maturity. Kir, a cocktail made with dry white wine and crème de cassis, is made from blackcurrant and takes its name from Canon Kir, who was particularly fond of this drink.
World leaders in the production of premium fruit purees, Les vergers Boiron is a family owned company that was started in the region of Ardeche back in 1969. They started trading the delicious, ripe fruit of the region, until Pierre Boiron saw a need in the market and created a state-of-the-art fruit processing facility for freezing the fruit at its best, sweetest and ripest, preserving the flavours, texture and freshness so it could be enjoyed year round. Today, they're the biggest producers of fruit and vegetable purees, coulis and other products, with more than 70 flavors that are 100% natural, which inspire chefs, bartenders and creative cooks everywhere.