Our network of partners spans the globe and help ensure the quality and integrity of Aurora Natural Ingredients while also making sure our customers get the ingredients they need when they need it.
A&R House Ltd
Since 2012, A&R House Ltd has increasingly focused on specialised drying and cleaning of fruit pomace. Having built on the knowledge accumulated through decades of experience in the drying and cleaning of arable crops, we now boast high through-put dryers and cleaners capable of processing a varied range of products quickly and efficiently.
Acerchem provides solutions for human nutrition, beauty, food, pharmaceuticals, and animal nutrition. Established in 2007, Acerchem has grown to become a global business, providing a wide range of functional products across 60 countries, with subsidiaries in 6 countries. With over a decade of active industry experience, our extensive scope of supply chain capabilities allows us to be increasingly innovative when it comes to product development and new applications for our customers. Combined with our own laboratory, we are able to provide an integrated product solution at a premium quality.
Freeze Dried Foods New Zealand
Freeze Dried Foods NZ Ltd was established in 1997 after 20 years of experience in the freeze-drying industry and is the largest freeze-drying operation in the Southern Hemisphere. Freeze drying is a unique process and incorporates the most advanced engineering technology and the latest computer control processes. This enables us to consistently produce large volumes of top-quality product, day after day, to meet even the most demanding of product specs.
New Zealand Blackcurrant Co-operative
The New Zealand Blackcurrant Co-operative is an association involved in the production, management, sales, and marketing for the New Zealand Blackcurrant industry. Members of the Co-operative are growers of New Zealand Blackcurrants. The Co-operative oversees all steps of the growing of New Zealand Blackcurrants. Immediately after harvest the Co-operative processes the blackcurrants to juice concentrate, IQF, puree or dried powders. The Co-operative then sells these ingredients to manufacturers around the world to produce finished products for the consumer. The Co-operative is based in Canterbury, in the South Island of New Zealand, the primary growing region for New Zealand’s blackcurrant crop. This region has abundant fresh clean air, pure water and high levels of sunshine that combine with the generations of grower expertise to deliver the world’s best blackcurrants.
Dallant is home of the production facilities dedicated to the creation of high added value and technologically complex flavours and specialties.
Trade Solutions (Scotland) Ltd
Based in the hills just above Blairgowrie, Scotland, is Trade Solutions (Scotland) Ltd, a purpose-built facility for Scottish Soft Fruit Processing, offering high quality soft fruit purees, IQF fruit and natural flavours formed in 2000. For well over 100 years Scotland has been famous for its soft fruit production, particularly strawberries and raspberries, and more recently, blackcurrants. Our aim is to market and promote that provenance. We have long established relationships with local growers and our processing facility is located within a few miles from the supplying farms. This enables the fruit to be processed within a few hours of being picked, and thus allow us to implement a full and reliable traceability system. All of our fruit suppliers are approved by all of the major retailers, and we ourselves have BRC AA Grade accreditation. We supply strawberries, raspberries, redcurrants, blackcurrants, blackberries, blueberries and gooseberries
In the heart of South Tyrol, Europe’s largest apple-growing area, Hans Zipperle AG, a leader in the fruit-processing sector, manufactures and distributes the very best base materials for the finest of juices. Every year, the company processes about 180,000 metric tons of fruit into semi-finished products such as juice concentrates, fruit pulps and aromas for Europe’s fruit juice, baby food, and food industries, which amounts to 120 truckloads or 3,000 metric tons a day. In addition, the company produces around 5 million returnable glass bottles of fruit juice for the local region. The company’s storage capacity – approximately 65,000 metric tons of fruit juice, fruit juice concentrate, and fruit pulp – correlates to two times the entirety of South Tyrol’s wine production.