Redcurrant Redcurrant

Grether’s Pastilles Redcurrant sugar-free – a fresh, exotic combination of pure natural redcurrant juice and vitamin C.

Refined with passion fruit, these soothing pastilles have a seductively delicious taste. Enjoy Grether’s Pastilles Redcurrant to soothe an overtaxed voice and the early signs of a sore throat and mouth. The wonderfully fruity taste is as invigorating as taking a little time out.

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Redcurrants have the same healing powers as blackcurrants. With their high vitamin C content, the colourful fruits strengthen the immune system, especially when suffering from a cold. They have an anti-inflammatory effect, soothe sore throats and provide relief for hoarseness and vocal cord irritation. 

The redcurrant is a close relative of the blackcurrant and a popular garden plant. It can be found almost all over Europe. However, it is only rarely found in its wild form in damp forest soils. The translucent red fruits have a tart, refreshing taste and can be eaten raw, used for desserts and cakes or made into juice, jellies or jams. 

To obtain the pure natural redcurrant juice required to produce Grether’s Pastilles Redcurrant, only ripe fruits are harvested. The exquisite quality of the berries ensures an incomparably delicious, long-lasting flavour.

Nutritional values

Grether’s Pastilles Redcurrant sugar-free

Maltitol syrup, food-grade gelatine, redcurrant juice (8.5%), anti-oxidant (ascorbic acid), passion fruit juice, glycerine (1.5%), acidifier (citric acid), flavouring, thickener (agar-agar), vegetable oil (coconut oil and rapeseed oil), coating agent (beeswax), vitamin C, colouring agent (carmine), sweetener (acesulfame-K)

Grether’s Pastilles Redcurrant sugar-free

Energy: 1080 kJ/257,3 kcal
Fat: 0,3 g
of which saturates: 0,3 g
Carbohydrates: 71,5 g
Protein: 16,6 g
Salt: 0 g
Vitamin C: 50mg/Pastille

Product range

Also available in different sizes and tins.

Grether’s Pastilles Redcurrant sugar-free were awarded the “Zahnmännli” (Happy Tooth) symbol by the Swiss “Aktion Zahnfreundlich” initiative which promotes healthy teeth.