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  • The Blackcurrant Foundation - Press
    Research Press This section should contain all you need to help you compile your feature on blackcurrants but please do not hesitate to contact our press office with any enquiries you may have Home The Blackcurrant Recipes Nutrition Health Faqs

    Original URL path: http://www.blackcurrantfoundation.co.uk/press-the-grocer.html (2016-04-26)
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  • The Blackcurrant Foundation - Press
    Research Press This section should contain all you need to help you compile your feature on blackcurrants but please do not hesitate to contact our press office with any enquiries you may have Home The Blackcurrant Recipes Nutrition Health Faqs

    Original URL path: http://www.blackcurrantfoundation.co.uk/press-zest.html (2016-04-26)
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  • The Blackcurrant Foundation - About Us - Foundation Board
    been running the family farm in the beautiful gently rolling countryside of central Norfolk for 25 years They have been growing Blackcurrants since 1951 Before mechanical harvesting their hand picked crop supplied a huge range of jam jelly and pie manufacturers now they grow exclusively for Ribena They also grow a range of arable crops Chris is very interested and involved in environmental management and is committed to improving the countryside in which we all live Chris s Grower Profile What did you want to be when you were a child A Geologist If you could change one thing in modern blackcurrant farming what would it be It would be good to have more customers for UK fruit and of course have disease resistant crops What is your motto in life Keep it simple and enjoy life What do you like to do in your spare time when you re not up to your eyes in blackcurrants Family skiing travel tennis theatre gardening What is the first thing you do when you go to work in the morning Make some coffee and check the e mails Do you get your 5 a day Lots of Ribena bananas satsumas and apples What s the best bit about being a blackcurrant grower Close partnership with our customers Anthony Snell Board Member Anthony produces and packs fresh and frozen soft fruit in partnership with his wife Christine in South Herefordshire Their conventional and organic blackcurrant business involves primarily supplying processing fruit for Ribena but also producing strigged IQF frozen fruit for yoghurt and ice cream makers and mixed fruit packs for Marks and Spencer Anthony is Chairman of the N F U West Midland Horticulture Board as well as being a member of the National Horticulture Board He is also a board member of soft fruit cooperative K G Growers In 2008 the business was voted UK Soft Fruit Grower of The year Anthony s Grower Profile What did you want to be when you were a child A grown up And a farmer If you could change one thing in modern blackcurrant farming what would it be I would love to help to educate people more to recognize this superfruit and use blackcurrants in more than just drinks What is your motto in life The old one Work hard and play hard What do you like to do in your spare time I love going with my family to the Isle Of Jura in the Hebrides one road poor mobile phone coverage sailing fishing and walking among the Paps What would you request as your final meal Roast Free Range chicken with all the trimmings followed by for me recently rediscovered blackcurrant pie and cream What is the first thing you do when you go to work in the morning I d like to say something like walking in the fields watching the sun rise but like most people today I m afraid it is switching on the computer and checking e

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  • The Blackcurrant Foundation - About Us | Foundation Members
    have perfected the art of growing blackcurrants implementing a complicated methodology and responding to the consumers growing demands for environmental conscientiousness and responsible husbandry We now grow around 2 000 hectares of blackcurrants in the British Isles producing a crop of over 13 000 tonnes every year Foundation Members Our Foundation Members have blackcurrant farms across the UK and Eire with main areas indicated on the map below Home The

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  • The Blackcurrant Foundation - About Us | Associates
    000 hectares of blackcurrants in the British Isles producing a crop of over 13 000 tonnes every year Associates The Blackcurrant Foundation has associations with a number of leading companies and organisations involved in the areas of Research Development The Scottish Crop Research Institute SCRI Plant Breeding Research East Malling Research Institute Crop Husbandary Reading University Climate Change Effects University of Dundee Medical School The Berry Project Environmental Management The

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  • The Blackcurrant Foundation - The Blackcurrant | Growing | Guide For The Home Enthusiast
    Guide For The Home Enthusiast Although young blackcurrant bushes are easily available it is effortless to grow blackcurrant bushes from simple 8 cuttings twigs of blackcurrant bushes We would recommend that you chose Ben Hope for best disease resistance These cuttings can be bought from grower recommended nurserymen such as William Price in Somerset Welsh Fruit Stocks on the Powys Welsh borders or Tippets in Essex details are listed below These cuttings can be kept upright in sand for up to a few weeks as long as the buds are dormant while your planting area is prepared and the planting conditions become favourable For single cuttings prepare a large flower pot with a mixture of soil and compost and place the cutting in the centre pushing around ¾ of the cutting below the soil surface and pushing the soil against the cutting to hold it upright leave the pot outside for the winter The buds will start to move in around April depending on the variety you have selected you may want to use some basic fertiliser for nitrogen and a Phosphorous and Potassium mix to stimulate best growth and yield the first year you should generate a good show of new shoots the second year there will be a smattering of fruit and the third year your crop may offer you a pot of jam your fruit should be ripe in mid to late July keep the pot well weeded and you should not need to spray for pests or diseases you will also need to water the plant from time to time For multiple cuttings plant at 12 18 intervals prepare the ground to a reasonable depth and incorporate a good compost in the process if you have an old piece of carpet cut small holes along it

    Original URL path: http://www.blackcurrantfoundation.co.uk/the_blackcurrant_growing_home.html (2016-04-26)
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  • The Blackcurrant Foundation - Recipes
    black pepper and rub oil all over with 1 tbsp of oil Cook for roughly 3 4 minutes on each side for medium rare depending on thickness adding the butter half way through to help the browning process Remove from the pan and set aside on a board to rest until needed for serving Meanwhile make the warm dressing by adding the blackcurrants cassis balsamic vinegar sugar and the remaining

    Original URL path: http://www.blackcurrantfoundation.co.uk/recipes_warm_venison_salad.html (2016-04-26)
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