Native Currants

The Native Currant can be found in small pockets of South Australia and Victoria; particularly on Kangaroo Island, Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, Adelaide Hills.

Fruits are taken from a small prickly shrub. They offer a moderate source of vitamin C and are red in colour. Flavour is best when mixed with sugar to remove the acidity.

The fruits are eaten out-of-hand, or used in jams and jellies

There are a number of different species occurring naturally from tropical and sub tropical regions as well.

HOW TO ENJOY NATIVE CURRANTS

Do you like jam? Devonshire Tea?? Then Native Currant & Muntries Jam will definitely fit the bill.

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