E.E. & Brian Smith are a Apricot Pulp Machine Cut supplier. We source our Apricot Pulp Machine Cut from Spain. The season for sourcing Apricot Pulp Machine Cut is very short and only happens once a year in June. The climate is much more desirable here for growing Apricots as it is nice and sunny!
The blooming period is very important for the Apricot trees as this is where the fruit develops on the tree. If a hailstorm or frost happens during this time it could ruin all the fruit on the tree.
It is manufactured by using ripe apricots which have the stone removed and are roughly cut into strips. Our Apricot Pulp Machine Cut is treated with as little heat as possible to give a nice fresh tasting product.
The product is Aseptic to give a long shelf life (18 months) however the heat treatment is short to ensure the Apricot Machine Cut Pulp has a fresh taste.
Apricot Machine Cut Pulp is packed Aseptically in either Drums or Bag in Boxes. The drum are 215kg and Bag in Boxes are 25kg in size.
We can supply Apricot Pulp Machine Cut in –
- Baby Food Grade
Apricot Machine Cut Pulp is used in lots of different applications in the UK Food Industry. Applications include –
- Baby Food
Our Apricot Machine Cut Pulp is sourced from a BRC (or equivalent) factory. We have been working with this factory for a long time as their agent within the UK.
We are happy to supply samples, specifications and prices for more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01844 239500.
Question – What does Apricot Pulp Machine Cut look like?
Answer – The Apricot Pulp Machine Cut has pieces of Apricot present which look like they have been cut roughly (no piece is the same size) and they are in a thick puree liquid.
Question – What do you use Apricot Machine Cut Pulp for and why would use this instead of an Apricot Dice?
Answer – You will use Apricot Machine Cut Pulp instead of Apricot Dice if you want a more homemade look to a product. Often used in Jam the Machine Cut Pulp gives the customer pieces of fruit within the jar but they are an irregular shape unlike the uniform dice sizes which are always cube in shape.