Preserved Fruits Blog

Tradition and creation of Frutas de Aragón

Preserved fruit used to make Frutas de AragónTraditional Frutas de Aragón are a very popular type of confectionary from the northern Spanish region of Aragon. Made from candied or sugar-coated fruit and chocolate they are a type of fruit-filled bonbon with a unique flavour and a pleasing appearance. Over time this confectionary has become a singular gastronomical statement for the area due to these bonbons’ quality and uniqueness.
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Perfecting cocktails by decorating them with fruit

Candied fruit adds value to cocktailsCocktails are truly five-star drinks, mixing exquisite flavours to provide a unique taste to each blend. However, just as important as the taste sensation is the presentation of each cocktail, bearing in mind that the end result is a precise union of different beverages with specific decoration. But do you really know how to maximise your cocktail menu with attractive presentation? Read on to discover some tricks and glean some advice on this key point.
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Find out the traditional techniques we maintain when making preserved fruits

Traditional methods and technological advances used for making preserved fruitsOver recent years the food industry has embraced the trend towards commodities considered to be traditional. Faced with an increasing demand from customers wishing to eat products that are overly processed in a factory, suppliers are opting for including traditional ingredients and handmade methods to their products. This has been most noticeable in the drinks industry, where the market has moved towards craft beers, traditional juices and hand-crafted teas.
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