Dried Black Currants-8oz
Genuine Dried Currants
100% Fruit/ No Sugar Added
Now, enjoy the delicious goodness of CurrantC™ Dried Currants without added processed white sugar and oil. Our dried Currants contain just whole, health packed Currants and grape juice, nothing else! No processed white sugar or oils. CurrantC™ dried Currants have been one of our most favorite products. These are NOT those raisiny imposters called currants but genuine Black Currants loaded with health. Using our special proprietary method, our Dried Currants contain only 100% Currants and pure grape juice. You won’t believe how delicious these health packed Currants are. They’re fabulous for baking scones and soda bread, in yogurt, with oatmeal, in your breakfast cereals, homemade all natural trail mixes, pancakes, you name it! Elevate healthy fruit snacks to a whole new level.
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Posted by Orval on 30th Nov 2021
This is my first time to taste Black Currants. A little tart but good in my oatmeal.
There are studies showing improvement from eating black currants for glaucoma, a serious eye disease involving pressure in the eye, which will cause blindness if I cannot control it. Prescription eye drops are causing me problems and not yet enough help.
Posted by Unknown on 19th Aug 2020
These taste just as I hoped. Sweet and tangy. True Currants!!! After recently encountering a package of "mini-raisins" being sold as "Currants"by a major organic foods grocery chain, I was absolutely elated to bite into one of these and discover it was "the real thing"!!! My "homestyle" fruit & nut blend is now complete! Yummy! The search is over. I will definitely reorder.
Great for Baking
Posted by Michael William Haidon on 10th Aug 2020
Finally prepared scones w this and it reminded me of home. Making another batch soon. Also will try my home made version of Cassis for cocktails.
Tasty eaten by themselves
Posted by David on 13th May 2020
I bought these to make Chef John's Hot Cross Buns, but I've been enjoying eating them out of the bag.
True Currant as fondly remembered
Posted by Cheri on 1st Nov 2019
It began as a mystery. "Why can I not find currants in the store and what's up with are the dried grapes being called currants"? I went to the internet and found the TEDx talk and was fascinated enough to order 8oz of dried black currants. I needed 2 tbs of currant to add a tang of tart to a mushroom/leek melange with farro. I stuffed a couple of roasted delicata squash with the melange, added parmesan & a little grated pecorino cheese on top, slid the stuffed halves of roasted squash back in the oven until the cheese melted. It was fabulous but would not have been with the imitation currants (raisins).
Thank you for your perseverance in bring the real currants back. My grandmother had several currant bushes in Michigan 75 years ago and I knew the real currants from childhood.
Great product for purists and I will share with my scone-baking friends!
Great sauce using a Canadian Recipe
Posted by MICHAEL W HAIDON on 6th May 2019
Always take time to prepare a Canadian Recipe for their recommended 'sauce'. Never disappointed.
Better than raisins
Posted by Dennis C on 28th Nov 2018
Much better than raisins. I use them to put in muesli and to put extra currants in the CurrantC granola.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Jan 2018
This is one of the very few places that sell REAL Currants, not small raisins like you get in supermarkets. There is a HUGE difference in flavor!
Dried black currants delicious treat
Posted by Unknown on 31st Jul 2017
We received an 8 oz packet of dried black currants with an order of frozen currants. We dry our own fruits and like dried fruit that isn't "enhanced" with sugar or oils. These are perfect -- dry but not brittle, with a good black currant flavor. We like them on our morning cereal.
So glad to find these.
Posted by Hilde on 21st Jul 2017
These are really, really good. Not too sweet, not too tart, just right. Most of the "currants" out there are really just small raisins, so I was thrilled to find true black currants online. I eat them as they are, but they'd be good in cookies, etc as well.
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