Junipers Whole germ-reduced Organic

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The Juniper (Juniperus Communis) is a conifer from the cypress family. It occurs naturally in the Benelux. The name Juniperus is a Celtic word that means prickly. And prickly is the juniper bush. Communis means "common."

The juniper played a role in prehistory. The pollen of the berries has been found in soil layers, around the year 13,500 - 12,100 BC. The berries and seeds have been found in cesspools and this indicates the use of the berries as a spice.


The juniper has a spicy, bittersweet taste with a woody and bittersweet smell. They are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants. The berry-shaped cone fruits are used to flavour various drinks. Besides being used in drinks, juniper is also used in marinades and sauerkraut. Juniper berries can also be added to supplements and slimming products. Whole juniper berries can be used in, for example, yoghurts or as a snack.

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Article number 80138-conf
Productsheet Specsheet
Productshape Whole
Recommended Use Add according to taste to dishes such as yoghurts and desserts or use as a topping.
Ingredients Juniper
Vitamins and Minerals Vitamin C
Special Characteristics BIO, Kiemarm
Country of cultivation Bosnië-Herzegovina
Brand VehGro
HS-Code 09096100
Private Label possible? Yes
Energy (kcal/kJ) 385 kcal / 1614 KJ
Proteins 20 g
Carbohydrates 37 g (of which sugar 7 g)
Fat 15 g
Saturated Fats 1 g
Fibers 13 g
Sodium 17 mg
Salt 0 g
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