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The black currant is a member of the Ribesiacea tribe (Ribes) that groups around 150 species. Its Latin name is Ribes Nigrum.

In reality, this plant is a currant bush traditionally classified in the vast family of Saxifragacea. In the 80s, it has been reclassified in its true family, the Grossulariceas, itself divided into seven subfamilies.

A small berry with intense flavors, the whole plant can be used medicinally: fruits, leaves, buds, and even the oil contained in the seeds. The bud is used in the production of perfumes, the fruit is well sought after and appreciated by liqueur makers.

The black currant’s taste is characterized by a strong and spicy aroma.

 


Available: July

 

Nutrition Facts
(Per 100g )

Water: 81.96 g
Total Sugar: 8.00 g
Proteins: 1.4 g
Energy: 63 kcal
Lipids: 0,41 g
Carbohydrates: 15.38 g
Vitamin C : 181 mg

Minerals
Calcium:  55 mg
Magnesium:  24 mg
Phosphorus: 59 mg
Potassium:  322 mg

 

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