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Perfect for training & general wellness. Elite Cyclist – Emma Grant, Elite Triathlete, NZ – Anneke Jenkins, 5x Triathlon World Champ, Spain – Javi Gomez Noya are just some of the people that love taking Sujon Blackcurrant Powder as part of the training regime.

A lot of people have been asking exactly what is the nutritional makeup of the Sujon blackcurrant powder? And how does it compare to other food sources?

With 22 x’s the Vitamin C of oranges, 5.8 x’s the anthocyanin levels of Blueberries, 139 x’s the  antioxidant levels of Cranberry; Sujon Blackcurrant Powder is a nutritional powerhouse!

Take a look below for a detailed breakdown of the Sujon Blackcurrant Powder.


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Sujon blackcurrant powder, per 1 tspn (6g):

*48.9 mg Vitamin C

773 antioxidant activity

*134 mg anthocyanins


Per 100g Pack of Sujon blackcurrant powder:

*815 mg Vitamin C

12881 antioxidant activity (from excel doc)

*2224 mg anthocyanins


Comparing Sujon Blackcurrant Powder to other fruits:

  1. Sujon Blackcurrant powder has 22 x’s the Vitamin C of oranges and 8.76 x’s the Vitamin C of Kiwifruit.
  2. Sujon Blackcurrant powder has 5.76 x’s the anthocyanin levels of Blueberries, 16 x’s that of Cranberries and 18 x’s that of cherries
  3. Sujon Blackcurrant powder has the 139 x’s the  antioxidant levels of Cranberry,  207 x’s antioxidant level of plums, 208 x’s the antioxidant level of Blueberries, 245 x’s the antioxidant level of Blackberries


Your RDI for Vitamin C

**RDI Vitamin C is 45mg/day.

  1. With 1 tspn of Sujon Blackcurrant powder giving you 48.9mg of Vitamin C this gives you your RDI which is 45mg/day



^Oranges, whole have 36mg Vit C/100g, blackcurrants, (whole fruit, not freeze-dried) have 160mg Vit C/100g


*Cawthron Institute S35082-1 Antioxidant activity (Orac assay) Dr Carolyn Lister et al

**Nutrient Reference Value for Australia & NZ

^Plant & Food NZ 2014


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Mixed Berry Bread Pudding is a delicious overnight dessert, made with day
old French or Italian bread, strawberries, boysenberries, raspberries and blueberries; and topped with a sweet blueberry sauce that will feed a crowd for breakfast or brunch!

Prep time: 15 minsshutterstock_309101618
Cook time: 60 mins
Total time: 1 hour 15 mins
Serves: 10


12 slices day-old French or Italian bread, cut into 1-inch cubes
16 ounces cream cheese, cut into 1 inch cubes (Can use light)
1 ½ cups frozen Sujon Mixed Berries (can always use other favourite Sujon berries here!)
½ cup raisins

2Tbspn Custard Powder
2 cups milk (can use coconut or almond milk)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 Tbspn honey (can also use maple syrup)

Blueberry Sauce
1 cup frozen Sujon blueberries (can always use other favourite Sujon berries here!)
½ cup water/ OR apple/orange juice if you want sweeter sauce
2 tsp tapioca powder (can use arrowroot instead)
Optional – 2 Tbspn honey (can also use maple syrup)


  1. Bread: Grease casserole dish. Put half the bread cubes into the dish and top with the cream cheese cubes. Sprinkle 1 ½ cups of mixed berries over the cream cheese, and top with remaining bread cubes and raisens.
  2. Custard: Mix custard powder and sugar with ¼ cup (60mL) of the milk in a saucepan, stir until mixed in then add 1 ¾ cups milk (440ml) into the custard mixture. Heat to boiling, then simmer for 2-3 minutes or until thickened. Stir constantly. Pour over the bread cubes, cool first. Cover, and refrigerate overnight.
  3. Remove the bread cube mixture from the refrigerator about 30 minutes before baking. Preheat the oven to 175 degrees Celcius.
  4. Cover, and bake 30 minutes. Uncover, and continue baking 25 to 30 minutes, until centre is firm and surface is lightly browned.
  5. Blueberry Sauce: Place the blueberries and water (or juice) In a saucepan over medium heat. Cook for 5-10 minutes, until bubbling. Slightly smash some of the blueberries with the back of a fork. In a small bowl, stir together the arrowroot powder and 1 Tbs. of water. Remove the saucepan of berries from the heat. While stirring constantly, add the arrowroot mixture into the blueberry mixture pour over the baked French toast. Sprinkle some of your favourite nuts on top & serve.


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Phil Hyatt challenges everyone to try the Gibb diet.

“About 6 months ago John Gibb tried to encourage me to include in my day-to-day diet, some blackcurrants. My answer was a bit dismissive and yes I love blackcurrants, believe in their goodness and often have a Blackcurrant drink etc but did nothing.  I had a similar lecture from John about three weeks ago so decided to give this chosen fruit of ours a go. I started having a small quantity of blackcurrants with my weet-bix in the morning, just a small handful.

After about three days Raewyn enquired if I was feeling any effect from my new diet, I did the usual dismissive answer but later in the day I thought I am feeling good today. That was two weeks ago and since then..

“I haven’t had so much energy for a long time, I feel great, am motivated more then ever”.

(Yesterday I left to go diving in the Sounds at 5am drove fblackcurrant click throughor 2 .5 hours, boating in rough waters for 4 hours, scuba dive for 2 hours then drive home cleaned up the boat, scallops and crayfish then went and finished mowing, spot spraying a block of blackcurrants).

I used to do that sort of thing all the time in my thirties not these days in my late fifties. There is something very special about this product and…

“I feel a bit stupid having grown blackcurrants for 30 years and never really given them a go. I challenge every one of you to try the Gibb diet”.

– Phill Hyat, Blackcurrant Grower for over 30 years, currently growing blackcurrants at Upper Moutere’s Sunrise Valley and at Tapawera in the Motueka Valley.

Editors note; Phil was eating Sujon Blackcurrants… The Sujon Team wonder how he’d feel if he had the Sujon Blackcurrant powder!

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This Cobbler not only tastes sensational, it’s a great preventative for the winter cold & Flu! Why?. Because New Zealand blackcurrants have 4 x’s the vitamin C of oranges and more antioxidants than blueberries, goji and acai berries… So, go on & get baking… It’s a MUCH better plan than opting for the flu shot, don’t you think!:-)

Serves 8

Berry & Apple Mixture:

  • 1 ½ tablespoons corn-starch
  • 1/3 cup Sugar
  • 2 cups Sujon Blackcurrants
  • 2 cups diced apples
  • 1/8 cup Water
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice

Batter topping:

  • 1 cup flour
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons melted butter
  • 1 egg slightly beaten
  • 3 tablespoons milk

1.     Preheat oven to 1800c.
2.    Place the blackcurrants, apples, sugar and water in a pan, bring to boil and simmer for 10-15 mins.
3.    Mix the corn-starch with a little water and add to the fruit. Stir until slightly thickened. Pour into 20cm baking dish.
4.     Prepare the batter by mixing all of the batter ingredients together and whisking until smooth.
5.     Drop the batter over the berry mixture.
6.     Bake for 25-30 minutes.
7.     Serve warm with whipped cream or ice-cream.

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This is just the best cheesecake recipe!

Gluten Free Version: To make this recipe gluten free, it’s simple – just make sure to buy gluten free biscuits. If you like ginger, I’ve tried the gluten free ginger nuts and they taste great in the cheesecake.

TIP: If you want to be uber organized and make this in advance, you can freeze the cheesecake by wrapping in a double layer of glad wrap and a layer of foil – it will freeze for up to 4 weeks.

White Chocolate and Raspberry Cheesecake


  • 200g chocolate biscuit crumbs
  • 50g butter, melted
  • 360 grams cream cheese
  • 2 tsp grated lemon rind
  • 10 g gelatine powder/granules dissolved in 50 ml boiling water, cooled
  • 250 g white chocolate, melted
  • 200 ml Double cream, lightly whipped (best is ‘Lewis Road’ it’s organic- so no additive & stocked at most supermarkets)
  • 150 g frozen *raspberries (do not defrost)
  • 200 g fresh *raspberries
  • icing sugar, to dust
  • 1/2 cup berry jam melted with 2 tbsp boiling water

* You can use any of your favourite berries here. For example, strawberries work great as well.


  1. Combine the biscuit crumbs and butter and press into the base of a greased 20 cm spring form tin.
  2. Beat the cream cheese and lemon rind using an electric mixer until smooth. Stir in the gelatine mixture and chocolate until smooth, then fold in the cream and frozen raspberries.
  3. Pour the filling on to the prepared crumb base and refrigerate for 3 hours or until set. Just before eating, decorate with raspberries, pour some of the melted jam over and dust with icing sugar.


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NO FUSS… Ice cream made in your blender… DAIRY FREEblueberry icecream dairy free :-)

SERVES: One large serving, or two small servings.

2 bananas, sliced and frozen overnight or several hours
1/2- 1 cup frozen blueberries (You can swap this out for virtually any berry that takes your fancy!) Find your nearest Sujon stockist here (Blackcurrants, Strawberries, Mixed Berries, Raspberries, Boysenberries, Cranberries…)
2 teaspoons honey

Combine all three ingredients in the blender and blend, until creamy.
Make sure all is combined so its thick and smooth… and of course creamy!
Needs to be eaten right away.


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By Shirley Otton, Tournament Director, Nelson, New Zealand.

Nerves & excitement all round at the start of the Nelson Women's Golf Classic 2016

We are ready for action!

We had a fantastic weekend of golf with great weather reflecting in some good scores.

With 68 players in the field on Saturday and 45 on Sunday there was a good spirit about with everyone having a good time and everything going to plan.

The Sujon Boysenberry juice in the Wendy House at the 15th went down a treat. It was light and refreshing in the hot conditions and just the tonic to calm their nerves and excitement at the chance of winning a car if they holed in one.

It was nice to experience their excitement, but unfortunately, no one holed in one.

The Sujon Frozen berries in the novelty hole prizes were well received, with ladies keen to use them when they got home for a dessert or even make their own juice.

Thank you so much to Sujon Berries for your support and sponsorship.

Frozen berries up for grabs at the Nelson Women's Golf Classic 2016

Sujon frozen berries up for grabs at the Nelson Women’s Golf Classic 2016 #LoveBerries

Have a break, have a Sujon blackcurrant powder drink- Nelson Women's Golf Classic 2016

Have a break, have a Sujon boysenberry drink!

Hole in one and WIN this car at the Nelson Womens Golf Classic 2016

The Hole in one to WIN this car created some excitement!

Ladies quenching their thirst with Sujon Blackcurrant Powder Drink at the Nelson Women's Golf Classic 2016

The ladies quenching their thirst with a Sujon Boysenberry drink, YUM!

Refreshments at the Nelson Women's Golf Classic 2016 Nelson

Sujon refreshments keeping the ladies going strong:-)


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The ‘Everyday Berry Smoothie’ is healthy and tasty, morning or night. It’s the perfect way to finish or start the day with Sujon Berry Fruit.

Serves 1


1 cups of Sujon frozen berries of your choicepink smoothie with blackcurrant - another article
1/2 cup natural sweetened yoghurt (can add 1/2 cup of your chosen milk to substitute this)
1/2 cup of milk (dairy, coconut or rice)
1 banana
1 teaspoon Sujon Blackcurrant Powder Direct
1 tablespoon Flax Seed oil (optional)

Mix all ingredients in a blender and serve.

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WW11 fighter pilots ate bilberry preserves to enhance their night vision. Blackcurrants contain even higher levels of similar compounds found in bilberries.

Blackcurrants upclose with ends      The diets of our forebears were filled with fruits, berries such as blackcurrants, vegetables and meat. While our knowledge and understanding of our health has certainly come a long way, our cave dwelling compatriots were right about one thing – berries. Long established folklore dating back many centuries records that berries were used for their claimed medicinal benefits in alleviating a wide variety of health conditions from sore throats, to cardiovascular conditions, relief of eye strain, cancers, benefits in the onset of aging conditions and even in the treatment of urinary infections. While such claims are being increasingly subjected to careful on-going scientific investigation and scrutiny, there are increasing reports to suggest very real health benefits can arise from consuming berry fruit.

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SPREADING THE WORD: Sujon Managing Director John Gibb and Sue Gibb filmed in their Factory for a media campaing in Japan.

Reported benefits around Blackcurrants having a positive impact on eye health and vision is not surprising due to earlier claims that WW11 fighter pilots in the British Royal Air Force (RAF) regularly consumed bilberry preserves because they enhanced their night vision. Blackcurrants contain similar compounds to bilberries but in higher levels. This led to international researchers investigating whether Blackcurrants do have a substantive effect on eyesight. They were excited to find out that Blackcurrants assist eyesight in several ways:

  • Improve eyesight focus
  • Help adapt eyes to darkness
  • Improve blood circulation

This is just the beginning for the humble berry and now further possible health benefits relating to Blackcurrant are being investigated including: Control of diabetes, Prevention of memory loss and slowing down the effects of ageing and disease.

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Below you will find some Top Tips to planting your very own bumper crop!

  1.   Plant boysenberries in free draining soil from June to August.
  2.   Boysenberries are best planted in a sunny sheltered spot.
  3.   Feed regularly with seaweed foliage sprays & liquid fish fertilisers.
  4.   Cut off the old canes in winter as new ones will grow.
  5.   Water plants daily from when they start to flower and all through summer.Boysenberries


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