Blackcurrant in the media
Media from all over the world talk about blackcurrants
We collect articles from many journalists and about various subjects – but always related to blackcurrants. You can read these articles or find links to videos by searching in the list below. The most recent publications from the media are on top of the list.
Please note that we do not always provide translations in English. Some articles have been translated with an online translator, and translations may not be of best quality. You may find articles in any language, and mainly the languages from the blackcurrant growing countries in Europe.
2017, July 25: Blackcurrant. Co-operation with processors is essential / Czarna porzeczka. Konieczna jest współpraca z przetwórcami
What are the impressions of the IBA (International Blackcurrant Association) visit to Poland, held on 27-29 June 2017? How do they perceive the production of blackcurrant in our country against other countries? What should we change in order to improve the situation of producers and raise the price of fruit?
Jakie są wrażenia z wizyty w Polsce przedstawicieli IBA (International Blackcurrant Association), która odbyła się w dniach 27-29 czerwca 2017 r.? Jak postrzegają oni produkcję czarnej porzeczki w naszym kraju na tle innych państw? Co wg nich powinniśmy zmienić, aby poprawić sytuację producentów i podnieść ceny owoców?
2017, July 13: Blackcurrants in the Lublin region. Visit of IBA representatives / Czarne porzeczki na Lubelszczyźnie. Wizyta przedstawicieli IBA
Lubelszczyzna is a Polish black currant growing area. Visiting this plantation allows us to evaluate how this season promises to be. On this occasion, representatives of the International Blackcurrant Association (IBA), were present at the event, which was hosted by the International Blackcurrant Association (IBA) from 27-29 June…
Lubelszczyzna to polskie zagłębie uprawy czarnej porzeczki. Odwiedzenie tutejszych plantacji pozwala ocenić, jak zapowiada się tegoroczny sezon. Z tej okazji skorzystali przedstawiciele delegacji IBA (International Blackcurrant Association), czyli Międzynarodowego Stowarzyszenia Czarnej Porzeczki, którzy w dniach 27-29 czerwca gościli w Polsce…
2017, July 12: Visit of IBA Board in Poland / Wizyta zarządu IBA w Polsce
jagodnik.pl: W końcówce czerwca polskich producentów porzeczek odwiedzili przedstawiciele zarządu International Blackcurrant Association (IBA).
2017, July 3: IBA in the Lublin region / IBA na Lubelszczyźnie
Representatives of the International Blackcurrant Association (IBA) delegation from 27-29 June 2017 visited Poland. They visited the plantations located near Lublin and Nałęczów, and also visited the company Weremczuk, producing fruit harvesters soft.
Przedstawiciele delegacji IBA (International Blackcurrant Association), czyli Międzynarodowego Stowarzyszenia Czarnej Porzeczki, w dniach 27-29 czerwca 2017 r. gościli w Polsce. Wizytowali oni plantacje, położone w okolicach Lublina i Nałęczowa, a także odwiedzili firmę Weremczuk, produkującą kombajny do zbioru owoców miękkich.
2017, April 26: Blackcurrant Alters Physiological Responses and Femoral Artery Diameter during Sustained Isometric Contraction
Blackcurrant paper from the University of Chichester:
“MDPI”: Blackcurrant is rich in anthocyanins that may affect exercise-induced physiological responses. We examined tissue oxygen saturation, muscle activity, cardiovascular responses and femoral artery diameter during a submaximal sustained isometric contraction. In a randomised, double-blind, crossover design, …
2017, March 22: Vite du Cassis! (Need blackcurrant quickly!)
“Elle” – Quoi de neuf – Beauté
Anti-âge, antigras, antiterne, cette baie a tout bon. Pourquoi?
2016, November : Blackcurrant intake: making headway as an ergogenic aid!
Article first published in The Sport and Exercise Scientist, Winter, issue 50.
Published by the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences – www.bases.org.uk
Prof Mark Willems describes why nutritional interventions were undertaken with New Zealand blackcurrant. He expects that the findings on the effectiveness of New Zealand blackcurrant at rest and during diverse exercise modalities will contribute both to the growing interest in applications of functional foods in sport and exercise sciences and the future development of innovative sports nutrition products.
2016, October 19: Poland: Black currant prices up, but not enough
2016, October 14 : Business Insider UK: Why 99.9% of Americans have never tasted blackcurrant but Europeans love it
2016, July-August: Presentation of a noble berry
2016, July 9 : Black Currants: Natural Rescue from Alzheimer's and Dementia
2016, June 28th: The organization of the blackcurrant sector in Burgundy, France (Une filière cassis plus homogène en Bourgogne Franche-Comté)
2016, June 17th: Snell elected IBA President
2016, June: International Blackcurrant Conference 2016
2016, May 23: Blackcurrant - a symbol for the region
2016, March 27: Gardens: are blackcurrants the new blueberry?
from HTTPS://WWW.THEGUARDIAN.COM/LIFEANDSTYLE/2016/MAR/27/ GARDENS-ARE-BLACKCURRANTS-THE-NEW-BLUEBERRY-JAMESWONG
2016, February 17: Before the blackcurrant season - information from the Ministry of Agriculture
W związku z napływającymi na naszej redakcji zapytaniami od producentów czarnej porzeczki, którzy z uwagi na bardzo niskie ceny uzyskiwane za te owoce zwróciłem się z zapytaniem do Ministerstwa Rolnictwa i Rozwoju Wsi o przedstawienie informacji dotyczące tego sektora produkcji i przewidzianej dla niego pomocy lub…
2016, January: The promotion of blackcurrants in Berlin (Promocja czarnej porzeczki w Berlinie)
2016, January 25th: Blackcurrants may lower diabetes risk
2016, January 19th: Berries - beneficial in more ways than one
2016, January 5th: This simple ingredient could help you burn a third more fat while exercising
The research, conducted by the University of Chichester, West Sussex, is being hailed as a breakthrough…
2015, November 20th: Blackcurrant Can Pack A Punch For Athletes
You’re at the gym working out, building up a killer thirst and running low on energy, and you gulp down a big-name sports drink, ingesting an artificial mixture of chemicals, coloring and sugar — lots of sugar. Or instead, you pull out a bottle of a sports drink made from natural blackcurrant, and do your health a favour...
by Carl Thompson
2015, August 21: L'IG comme carte de visite
2015, July 10th: Blackcurrants are in season now, but why should we eat them and what recipes can we prepare with them
2015, July: Schwarze Johannisbeeren - die Powerfrucht (Blackcurrants - the power fruit)
2015, June 4: Acute supplementation with blackcurrant extracts modulates cognitive functioning and inhibits monoamine oxidase-B in healthy young adults
2015, June. A New Zealand-Japanese science team starts to lay the foundation for developing blackcurrant solutions for dietary stress!
2015, March 31: Scot bidding to set new polar record for charity
2015, March 19: New Zealand blackcurrants a global ‘stress solution’?
A Kiwi-Japanese science team starts to lay the foundation for developing solutions for some of the world’s major health issues!
A new research collaboration between New Zealand and Japan will investigate whether NZ blackcurrant-based foods can improve the ‘management’ of human carbohydrate metabolism….
2014, December: Poland looks to lead the world to a new respect for the ``King of berries``: the Blackcurrant.
2014: The use of fruit juices as natural colouring agents
from www.newfoodmagazine.com, New Food, Volume 17, Issue 5, 2014
Beverage processing supplement
It’s fairly well established that we eat with our eyes. Before we even attempt to taste food, our brains need the comfort that what is about to be consumed has passed a visual test. As omnivorous creatures, the range of colours which we recognise as attractive is vast. What is regarded as a ‘good’ colour for fruit may not be a good colour for meat or fish, but we have learned by association to edit incoming visual data…
2014, May 5th: Foods That Can Help Protect and Improve Your Eyesight
2013, September: Attempt to sabotage global blackcurrant crop statistics backfires
2013, July: From The Inaugural IBA Blackcurrant Horticultural Conference
2013, January: Blackcurrant industry champion, Weremczuk FMR, is sponsoring the development of our industry's most strategically important database: the annual global production review.
2012, April: Royal Warrant for Horticultural Machinery Delights West Country Engineering Firm
2012, April 13: The health benefits of blackcurrants
from www.rsc.org/foodfunction (Food Funct., 2012, 3, 795)
In addition to its anecdotal use in traditional herbal medicine, modern laboratories have demonstrated the potent anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antimicrobial effects of blackcurrant constituents on a myriad of disease states…
2012, March: Agrana, one of the world's major juice supply companies, sees a bright future for the blackcurrant!
2012, February: Sarau 2012: the world's only blackcurrant harvest festival
2011, September: Blackcurrants and Intestinal Health the Science Highlight of the 2011 European Blackcurrant Conference.
2011, June: From ``champion of sniffles`` to ``champion of champions``: the New Future of the Blackcurrant ?
2011, June: Global Blackcurrant Production Crashes as Demand Set to Soar
2011, June: The End of an Era but the Dawn of a New Future for the Blackcurrant Industry
2011, May: BrainHealthFood shows Blackcurrants should be on the MindMenu
2011, April: Japan and Blackcurrants
2011, April: New study shows initial success of Blackcurrant anthocyanins in preventing liver cancer
2011, March: The Battle of the Bowels: Blackcurrants versus Bacteria: we win!
2011, February: Forget the bloodletting: enjoy the world's most beautiful berry instead!
2011, February: Where are our champions?
2011, January: Blackcurrants and Sport Performance: the exciting new breakthrough!
2011: Black Currant Phytoconstituents Exert Chemoprevention of DiethylnitrosamineInitiated Hepatocarcinogenesis by Suppression of the Inﬂammatory Response
from Wiley Online Library (wileyonlinelibrary.com)
Black currant fruits containing high amounts of anthocyanins are known to possess potent antioxidant and antiinﬂammatory properties. We have previously reported that anthocyanin-rich black currant skin extract (BCSE) inhibits diethylnitrosamine (DENA)-initiated hepatocarcinogenesis in rats although the underlying mechanisms are not fully understood. Our present study investigates…
2010, September 22: Anthocyanin-rich black currant (Ribes nigrum L.) extract affords chemoprevention against diethylnitrosamine-induced hepatocellular carcinogenesis in rats
“Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry”, SciVerse ScienceDirect
Anthocyanins are known to possess potent anticarcinogenic properties against several cancers thus demonstrating potential for cancer prevention. Blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum L., Grossulariaceae) fruits have a high anthocyanin content. This “superfruit is known to possess various pharmacological effects including alleviation of chronic oxidative stress and inflammation…
2010, July 15: Anthocyanin-Rich Black Currant Extract Suppresses the Growth of Human Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cells
NPC, Natural Product Communications, 2010 Vol. 5 No. 10 1613 -1618
Dietary antioxidants, such as anthocyanins, are helpful in the prevention and control of various diseases by counteracting the imbalance of oxidative and antioxidative factors in the living systems. Black currant (Ribes nigrum L., Grossulariaceae) is known to contain high amounts of anthocyanins (250 mg/100 g fresh fruit). Black currant fruits have been used in Asian and European traditional medicine for the treatment of a variety of diseases. Black currant extract has recently been found to be the second most effective amongst nine different berry extracts studied for their free radical scavenging activity…