Fruit

At Czarnikow, we work with a wide range of fruit products in a variety of forms. Fruit is a key ingredient in many popular foods and beverages across the world, and each fruit variety has its own unique market.

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Fruit in numbers

In 2019 we traded 1,500 MT of fruit
concentrate, puree and paste

In 2019 we traded 5 different fruits

85% of oranges are made into fruit juice

Fruit products
Pineapple

Pineapple has a fascinating history and is highly popular today. Contrary to popular belief, it grows low on the ground.

Orange

Widely popular for its zesty juice, orange is loved all over the world for its flavour and richness in vitamin C.

Lemon

Lemon comes in a wide variety of forms and is becoming one of the most highly cultivated fruits in the world.

Tomato

The debate is settled. Tomato is a fruit. It’s one that comes in a range of applications for the food and beverage industry.

Mango

An incredibly popular fruit. So popular that the Totapuri mango from India sold out in 2020.

Apple

We’ve been eating apples for thousands of years, but the UK is the only country that grows them specifically for cooking.

Concentrates and purees

All of the fruit listed here, and many more that we also work with, can be traded in a wide range of forms. In the food and beverage industry, purees and concentrates can make for easier and more economical transportation and storage costs.

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