Aronia is a type of chokeberry that is native to the eastern parts of North America. The fruit of the Aronia plant is a deep purple color, and has a unique sour flavor profile. Due to this characteristic, the berry is not frequently eaten on its own; rather, the processed fruit is used as an additional ingredient in a large assortment of recipes.
Did you know?
- Aronia berries have an “astringent” taste, meaning the fruit will make your mouth pucker. This is why they are called “chokeberries”.
- Aronia is a perennial plant that can survive 40 to 60 years in the wild.
We can source Aronia in the following formats:
- IQF Fruits
- Juice Concentrates
- NFC Juices
- Puree Concentrates