E.E. & Brian Smith are a supplier of Blood Orange Comminute. It is an aseptic product which is produced by the whole peel and pulp both being blitzed together to produce a thick pulp/puree product. The pulp goes through the pasteurisation process.
The product is subjected to as little heat as possible to ensure it tastes fresh and not cooked.
Blood Orange is a type of Orange with a crimson flesh which is often referred to as almost blood coloured. The flesh of the Orange is dark due to the presence of anthocyanin. Blood Oranges have a distinct taste to other Oranges and are often referred to as having a Raspberry taste.
We source all our Blood Orange Comminute from our supplier in Spain. We can supply Conventional or Organic Comminute. It is packed into either Aseptic 215kg drums or 25kg bag in boxes to suit your needs.
We are happy to supply samples, specifications and prices for more information please contact email@example.com or 01844 239500.
Question – What do food manufacturers in the UK use Blood Orange Comminute for?
Answer – It is often used in the production of citrus marmalades or curds and sometimes used in drinks too.
Question – What is the shelf life on Blood Orange Comminute?
Answer – The shelf life is 18 months from production date.
Question – What is a Comminute?
Answer – A Comminute is produced by the whole peel and pulp both being blitzed together to produce a thick pulp/puree product. This pulp/puree is pasteurised which means the product is Aseptic and has an 18 month shelf life from production date.
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