E.E. & Brian Smith are a supplier of Bergamot Pulp with Peel. Bergamot is a citrus fruit which has a light green flesh covered in green/yellow peel and the peel is very thick. Bergamot is mainly grown in Italy in the Calabria region. 80% of the world’s Bergamot comes from Calabria! It is also grown in France and Africa’s Ivory Coast.
Bergamot Pulp with Peel is an aseptic product which is processed by the peel and the pulp being separated. The peel is cooked before being cut into strips and the pulp is smashed and pips are removed. Both are mixed back together in the correct proportions and go through the pasteurisation process. The product is subjected to as little heat as possible to ensure it tastes fresh and not cooked.
The Aseptic Bergamot Pulp with Peel can be supplied in 215kg drums or 25kg bag in boxes to suit your needs.
We can supply the peel cuts in lots of different sizes ranging from 1.5mm right through to 7mm. Most common cut is a 1.5mm which is a thin cut and a popular thick cut size is a 6x25mm. Please ask us for a full list of peel cut sizes.
We can supply Bergamot Pulp with Peel in Conventional or Organic grade.
Our Bergamot Pulp with Peel is sourced from our supplier in Spain which we have been working with for many years as their agent in the UK.
We are happy to supply samples, specifications and prices for more information please contact email@example.com or 01844 239500.
Question – What is Bergamot Pulp with Peel used for?
Answer – Bergamot Pulp and Peel is used by lots of our customers to make Marmalade. Some of our customers use it in a citrus blend Marmalade which is always popular.
Question – What is the shelf life on Aseptic Bergamot Pulp with Peel?
Answer – The shelf life is 18 months from production date.
Question – When is the best time to purchase Aseptic Bergamot Pulp with Peel?
Answer – The best time to purchase this product is in the citrus season which runs from December to March. By buying in the season you guarantee product availability and the price will be the most competitive.
December – March.