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Aronia is a member of the Rosaceae family. The foliage is dark green and turns wine red in autumn.

Shrub native to Canada and northern Europe, it is cultivated commercially in Russia and Poland. The blackish berries are, to tell the truth, pome, like the apple. The fruit, about 1 cm in diameter, from 1 to 1.5 grams, glossy black, contains 2 to 3 large pips. The pulp, a little dry, is very colorful and astringent. The fruit is used as a food colorant and in the pharmaceutical industry. It is consumed in jams or fruit juices and allows to develop an excellent digestive liqueur, astringent and with the pleasant flavor.

This small fruit ranks among the "super foods" with the highest level of antioxidants. Studies have shown that it has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal activity. The Brix scale is used to measure the fraction of sucrose in a liquid in Brix degree, ie the percentage of soluble solids. The higher the Brix, the sweeter the sample. The Brix of the fruit before processing is on average 19 and can reach 24. These values ​​are lower when the fruit is processed into juice (ex: 6.9 and 15.4). Rich in minerals and pectin, polyphenols, flavonoids, vitamin: C, B1, B2, A.

Not very appreciated in the fresh state because of its strong astringency, its pasty texture and its sour taste ...

THUS WE TRANSFORM!

Juice, fine vinegars, puree, sauces, jellies...

Available: September

Small volume currently, the bushes are young.

 

 

 

 

 

Nutrition Facts
(Per 154 g of fruit)

Calories: 249
Lipids: 2.6 g
Carbohydrates: 51.8 g
Proteins: 4.7 g

 

 

 

 
       
 

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