Pickled Caperberries

Pickled Caperberries

Caperberries in vinegar. Pickled Caperberries have a sharp and tangy flavour with grassy, floral notes and a yielding texture with some crunch from the seeds. Caperberries can be eaten like an olive or used to bring their distinctive flavour to a number of dishes. The fruit of the caper bush, they have a similar, but milder, flavour to a caper, which is the flower bud of the same plant. Free from artificial additives.

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SKU 2014

Caperberries (sulphites); water; salt; vinegar; acid: citric acid; preservative: potassium sorbate. Caperberries from Morocco. For allergens, see ingredients in bold. May also contain traces of almonds and fish.

Nutrition Per 100g
Energy 167 kJ / 40 kcal
Fat 0.6g
of which saturates 0.2g
Carbohydrates 5.1g
of which sugars 0.5g
Protein 1.5g
Fibre -
Salt 5g
  • Storage

    Keep in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight. Once opened, keep refrigerated covered in the brine and consume within 7 days.

  • Shelf life

    From production: 6 months

    To customer: 2 months

  • Content

    Net weight: 3.65kg

    Drained weight: 2kg

    Nominal capacity: 3700ml

    Secondary Packaging: Box

    Units per case: 3

  • Data sheet

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Sharp, tangy with a little crunch. Freshen up your Martini with a caperberry.

Is a caperberry the same as a caper?

The caper is the flower bud of the caper bush whereas the caperberry is the fruit of the bush; they have similar flavours but the berry is milder and less piquant. Because the textures are very different they are not interchangeable.

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