E.E. & Brian Smith are a supplier of Grape Juice Concentrate. It is manufactured by pressing the grapes and the juice is then put through the evaporation process. This means the juice concentrates as water is evaporated and you can ship reduced volumes which helps save costs. It can be re diluted back to single strength juice at your factory if required.
Grape Juice Concentrate can be sourced from all over the world, but we tend to source from France, Italy, and Spain. Other countries you can source from include Chile, Greece, and South Africa.
White Grape Juice Concentrate is the most common type available but other colours are available such as red. Grapes have a naturally high level of sugar, so they are often used as a natural sweetener.
E.E. & Brian Smith can supply Conventional and Organic Grape Juice Concentrate as well as varietals such as Muscat.
Grape Juice Concentrate is supplied Aseptic in Drums or Bags in Boxes. We can supply frozen as well if required.
We can offer different brix levels and with/without aroma to suit your needs, but the standard concentrate we supply is 65 brix. Grape Juice Concentrate can also be supplied clear or cloudy to suit your requirement.
Our Grape Juice Concentrate is sourced from a BRC (or equivalent) accredited factories. They have also been audited by our in-house technical team too.
We are happy to supply samples, specifications and prices for more information please contact email@example.com or 01844 239500.
Question – When is the best time to purchase Grape Juice Concentrate?
Answer – The best time to purchase Grape Juice Concentrate is from September to November as they are in season during this period. It is important to buy varietal or niche products in season as they might not be available all year round.
Question – What is Grape Juice Concentrate used for?
Answer – Often Grape Juice Concentrate is used as a sweetener in products where they would like to have a reduced sugar usage. Products include drinks, jams, and sweets.
September – November.