Strawberry Puree is a very popular puree with our customers. We source Strawberry Puree from different countries around the world depending on your requirements. The main country we source Strawberry Puree from is Spain however other countries we supply from include Morocco and UK.
We can supply Strawberry Puree with or without seeds depending on the product you are looking to produce. Some customers like the seeds for added texture within their product however others prefer a smoother product.
The packaging format for Strawberry Puree is generally Aseptic 215kg drums however 25kg Bag in Boxes are often popular with smaller customers who do not have the room for the large Aseptic drums. We recommend to keep Strawberry Puree chilled to maintain the colour on the puree this is especially important in the summer.
Aseptic Strawberry Puree can be supplied in three different formats: –
- Baby Food Grade
We are happy to supply any samples you require for development work and can give indication prices too.
British Strawberry Puree is very popular as customers are able to declare ‘British’ on their packaging and label. We can also supply ‘Scottish’ Strawberry Puree if needed too. We source our British Strawberry Puree from two different factories one in the East of England and one from Scotland.
The growing season for Strawberries is becoming longer each year both in the UK and Spain. The out grade fruit from the fresh market is used to make the Strawberry Puree.
Main uses for Strawberry Puree include –
- Ice Cream
- Baby Food
We are happy to supply samples, specifications and prices for more information please contact email@example.com or 01844 239500.
Question – What is Strawberry Puree made of?
Answer – The Strawberry Puree we source is just made of Strawberries! However make sure you read the specification or label as some Strawberry Puree can contain added sugar.
Question – Is Strawberry Puree the same as Strawberry Jam?
Answer – Strawberry Puree is not the same as Strawberry Jam. Strawberry Puree is just Strawberries which have been smashed to form a puree and then pasteurised. Nothing else has been added to the Puree whereas Strawberry Jam contains a lot more ingredients depending on the manufacturer.
Strawberry Jam is made by using IQF Fruit or Strawberry Puree and a lot of sugar is added during production as well as pectin which is a gelling agent. Most jam will contain either Lemon Juice or Citric Acid as some will contain an acidity regulator such as Sodium Citrate.
Question – Is Strawberry Puree the same as Strawberry Syrup?
Answer – The Strawberry Puree which we source just contains Strawberries! Please check the specification or label for the one which you are using. Strawberry Syrup is a different product and often contains water, sugar, juice concentrates and flavourings. Fruit Syrup’s are often used in hot drinks, cocktails and milkshakes.
Question – Can Babies have Strawberry Puree?
Answer – Yes, babies can have Strawberry Puree. It is often used by mother’s when a baby first starts the weaning process as it is very smooth and easy for them to swallow. The baby food pouches which you buy in the supermarkets always use Baby Food Grade Puree’s.
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