Unique features of product:

New Zealand Blackcurrant grower-owned co-operative that’s committed to growing the world’s
most intensely flavoured, delicious and nutritionally powerful blackcurrants.

Under the pure skies, unpolluted air, pure water and strong UV sunlight, which makes it naturally high in phenolic antioxidants that New Zealand is famous for, Sujon blackcurrants develop very high quantities of health-giving antioxidants, anthocyanins, phenolics and vitamin C, making them one of nature’s true superfoods.

Sujon blackcurrant powder

  • Contain only New Zealand-grown blackcurrants
  • Are free of all known allergens
  • Are from GMO-free sources
  • Are free from added sugar and preservatives
  • Vegan
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Dairy Free

Sujon Blackcurrant Powder contain high level of anthocyanins and Vitamin C
Fruit Antioxidants (mg per 100g)

 

Blackcurrant

Orange

KiwiFruit

 Blueberry

Anthocyanins (Phenolics)

1150

39

108

740

Vitamin C

160

52

97

12

Reference: Lister, C. (2003). Antioxidants: A health revolution. Christchurch, New Zealand: New Zealand Crop & Food Research Limited

Sujon Blackcurrant Powder contain high level of antioxidant level

Antioxidant Activity (mg per 90-100g)

 

Blackcurrant 100g

Orange 100g

KiwiFruit 90g

 Blueberry 100g

Antioxidant activity

12881

530

720

6341

Capsules ingredient:

  • HPMC, purified water and Carrageenan (seaweed)
  • Capsules is vegetarian, made of a cellulose derivative from the pine or poplar tree. It has no animal product content.
  • HPMC also has a health claim under the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for blood glucose and cholesterol.
  • These claims (blood glucose and blood cholesterol) are for HPMC as an edible ingredient as opposed to the capsule itself hence the recommended / specified dosage levels.

Nutrient / Mineral

QTY/100g

QTY/6g

Calcium

170

10.2

Iron

2.5

0.2

Magnesium

8.2

4.9

Potassium

1400

84

Selenium

0.1

0

Total Vitamin C

815

48.9

Total Vitamin E

8.2

0.5

Vitamin A (as retinol)

0.399

0

Vitamin B1 – Thiamin

0.06

0

Vitamin B6

0.05

0

Zinc

1.3

0.1

Vitamin B12

0.2

0

Vitamin D

0.5

0.03

Reference S38339: Cawthron certificate of analysis


Highly Nutritious

New Zealand blackcurrants undergo an intense harvesting period in summer (harvested only once a year), strict grading and then immediate processing into IQF frozen fruit. Sujon has its own centralized washing, freezing, grading, processing and packing facilities. Sujon’s commissioning of its Octo-Frost fluidized bed freezer in December 2006 has provided a state of the art rapid freezing (IQF) facility that ensures the retention of the finest qualities of the fresh fruit.

Perfect to use:

Ready to eat, take 1 capsules or 1 teaspoon, 1-2 times per day, maintain optimal health. (Please note children or adults under 50kg should only take half a teaspoon daily.

Best in result if taken conjunction with diet of wide variety).

Sprinkled over breakfast cereals mixes or congee, yoghurt, gelato, ice-cream, in custard or desserts, bakery goods, added to green tea or hot water with honey, juice, protein shake, smoothie, puree, sauce, and chutney for meat.

Research Papers:

Source from www.mdpi.com/journal/antioxidants

berries & metabolic syndrome

Source from Bioscience of Microbiota, Food and Health Vol. 37(1), 19-24, 2018

blackcurrant polysaccaride-skin benefit-japan 2018

Source from www.sujon.co.nz/powder.htm (Copyright Bryce Lukes – 31 May 2010)

Blackcurrant Research Findings v2

Source from Functional Foods in Health and Desease 2017; 7(7): 483-493

Mark Willems-Post Prandial_Glucose_Blackcurrant Powder july2017

Source from University of Chichester, Department of Sport & Exercise Sciences, Chichester, PO19 6PE, United Kingdom.

ISSN 2014 CV exercise poster v1

Source from The Sport and Exercise Scientist * Issue 50 * Winter 2016 * www.bases.org.uk

WINTER 2016 – BLACKCURRANT

 

 

 

 

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