New citrus player – Yuzu Concentrate
Mar 11, 2022
More often is the Yuzu fruit considered a cross breed between a Mandarin Orange, grapefruit and lime mainly because it has a noticeably fragrant nature with a tart like citrus taste that is comparable to the three fruits combined.
Yuzu initially originated from China but is currently a favourite in Japan and Korea where it is grown for its various culinary uses. Traditionally, it was not only used to make meals but also had aesthetic value as it was used in special hot baths to smoothen the skin and increase blood circulation. The fruit is found in plenty throughout winter and is harvested through the months of November and December.
Yuzu (from Japanese 柚子 or ユズ) is a citrus fruit and plant of the Rutaceae family, commonly known as the rue, of Asian origin. Yuzu has been cultivated mainly in East Asia, but recently also in New Zealand, Australia, Spain, Italy and France. Traditionally, it was not only used to make meals but also had aesthetic value as it was used in special hot baths to smoothen the skin and increase blood circulation. The fruit is found in plenty throughout winter and is harvested through the months of November and December.
Yuzu Concentrate is not only known for its unique flavour, but also recognised for its richness in Vitamin C and antioxidants. It contains three times more vitamin C than lemon, is rich in antioxidants and vitamin P.
The nutrients provide a myriad of solutions to health problems such as; the preventing chronic illnesses, inhibiting the formation of blood clots, raising the immune system and the reduction of body inflammation. With acidic and bitter tones, it has a unique flavour and its skin has an intense aroma that gives it a great gastronomic value.
Its aroma is fresh and its flavour is somewhere between lemon and grapefruit. It can also be used in sauces, vinaigrettes, juices, beverages, meat and seafood dressings.
Yuzu protect the brain from cognitive illnesses.
The Yuzu Concentrate contains some compounds that have as well been noted to protect the brain from cognitive illnesses such as the Alzheimer’s disease. We, therefore, recommend using this Concentrate in the creation of healthy meals. A diet high in antioxidants has been linked to disease prevention
The format of fresh, yuzu juice, candy, jam, powder, etc. Yuzu juice is used as lemon juice; sweetened yuzu peel and yuzu jam ennoble a dessert. The powder can be used instead of juice, e.g. in sauces or simply as an additional consistency element in a dish. Dried powder can also be mixed well with coarse sea salt to obtain a very aromatic salt.
The striking thing about this fruit is that it has gradually been introduced into the world of cosmetics, offering – as a general rule – very good results. In fact, yuzu, being a powerful antioxidant, is responsible for beautifying the dermis and promoting the desired skin regeneration.
This component, which is similar in shape to the traditional lemon, but smaller in size, is often found in different cosmetics, especially those with an anti-ageing effect, under the name “Citrus Junos”, given that yuzu has been so named in Europe.
In addition, it has a very mild citrus and fresh scent that has relaxing properties. And, for some months now, thanks to the multiple benefits it offers, it has been present in the majority of cosmetics that continue to gather good feedback.
Yuzu Juice Concentrate – Manufacturer and Supplier
With more than fifty years of experience of providing a range of fruit and vegetable products all around the world, we have mastered the art and are now leaders in our field. We process all our raw materials in modern facilities equipped with the latest technology that helps up maintain all the natural properties. By working with us, you will rest easy knowing that all the Juice Concentrates meet the required standard and specific need as requested. Furthermore, our high-end logistics program will always ensure that you receive your products on time.
If you are interested in Yuzu Juice Concentrate, you can find it in our catalogue.
For more information you can contact us and we will be glad to assist you.
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