Red currants: calories, carbs, fats and other nutrients

Red currants

Unlike black currant, the bushes are more compressed and elongated upward. Strong and thick annual shoots that grow from the base of the bush go to its formation and replace old, dying branches, but over the years their progressive growth dies out. Most varieties of red currants are characterized by a fairly strong growth of basal shoots. Their branches remain viable and can yield 5-8 years. Under favorable conditions, red currants give a good harvest for 20 years.

Macroelements and calories

Proteins (g)Fats (g)Carbohydrates (g)Calories

Vitamins (mg)

  • b-carotine: 0,2
  • B1: 0,01
  • B2: 0,03
  • B3: 0,2
  • B9: 0,003
  • C: 25
  • E: 0,2

Microelements (mg)

  • Calcium, Ca: 36
  • Iron, Fe: 0,09

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