Real Foods Mixed Vine Fruit Raisin,Sultana & Currants No Peel

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Ingredients

Mixed Vine Fruit Raisin,Sultana & Currants No Peel ingredients:

Raisins, Sultanas, Currants, Vegetable Oil.

Nutritional values per 100g : Energy 802 kj/189Kcal, Protein 4.8g, Carbohydrate 62.6g - Of which sugars 53.4g, Fat 0.51g - Of which saturates 0.02g , Sodium Trace.

About Mixed Vine Fruit Raisin,Sultana & Currants No Peel

Mixed Vine Fruit without the peel.

Raisins and Sultanas are one of the richest sources of the mineral boron and provide concentrated amounts of polyphenolic phytonutrients.

Blackcurrants are very rich in many phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamins, essential fatty acids and minerals

In particular, blackcurrants are renowned for their high content in Vitamin C (a powerful antioxidant), GLA (Gamma-Linoleic Acid, a very rare Omega-6 essential fatty acid) and potassium. They have been shown to have twice the potassium of bananas, four times the vitamin C of oranges, and twice the antioxidants of blueberries.

Blackcurrants contain anthocyanins, which are compounds naturally found in berries. They are very potent antioxidants and are responsible for the colour of blackcurrants. Around 300 different types of anthocyanins have been discovered.

Anthocyanins inhibit the enzymes Cyclo-oxygenase 1 and 2, and reduce inflammation and the effects of arthritis in the body. The effect is similar to aspirin or ibuprofen, so many middle-aged and old people are choosing the healthier blackcurrant juice over these drugs.

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Customer reviews

This mix so raisins, currants and sultanas in equal quantities is perfect to make Christmas cake, Christmas pudding and any other cake, especially if you don't wNt citrus peel in it.

By Sophie Scott on 30/09/2013

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