Lemon of the North
The vitamin content of the sea buckthorn berry is unmatched amongst the local fruits which led to its nick name “Lemon of the North”.
Thanks to innovative fruit mixtures, Lienig has made sea buckthorn available to new consumer groups. Among other things, this was made possible through fruit juices from sea buckthorn, produced at the company’s own laboratory. These juices show a stable turbidity which prevents the usual optically negative precipitations of the pulp. Sea buckthorn is a "sleeping giant just waiting to be discovered by the branded products industry".
This is what makes the Lienig sea buckthorn products so special:
Controlled cultivation compliant with the Council Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91 on organic production of agricultural products
The only juice with plant oil
Especially rich in vitamin C
Contains basically all fat-soluble vitamins (especially A and E)
Contains a high amount of essential fatty acids
Antioxidants which strongly counter any alteration of the oil or juice
High acid content, fresh acidity, low fizz share for beverages and nectars
Product quality (only from pulp) and turbidity stability if needed
VITAMINS in the sea buckthorn
|Carotin (Provit. A)||0,90||18,70|
Wissenswertes über Sanddorn
Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides)
It is widely spread in Central Asia, grows everywhere in a moderate, maritime or continental climate, preferably on poor soils. Hence, there are ideal conditions for it also in the March of Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
Specific characteristics of the plant
There are male and female plants (1:1). Sea buckthorn is a protected plant in Germany. Distinctive features are the thorny, greyish brown, unwieldy branches and the coral red berries that start coming out in August.
Harvest of sea buckthorn
After a three year long growth period the sea buckthorn berries can then respectively only be harvested every two years. The twigs are cut off and separated from the fruits through a vibratory system in the harvesting machine. Extremely sensitive berry types will be frozen together with the twigs and then cut off in a frozen state.
Organic Sea Buckthorn Kernel Oil
Seeds Hippophae rhamnoides L. - sea buckthorn seeds
Germany, controlled organic cultivation
Produced in a merely physical way by means of cold pressing. Therefore it does not contain any solvent additives and is a bright, light brown, clear oil free from inorganic salts and heavy metals.
Contains 87% unsaturated fatty acids, 33.5% of which is linoleic acid (18:2) and 29.5% linolenic acid (18:3), omega-3 fatty acids, beta-carotene, tocopherol (vitamin E)
This product is solely produced from the mentioned raw material, it does not contain additives or technical auxiliary materials. This is a 100% natural product according to the food legislation and the current German flavour regulation.
Due to the absence of native antioxidants the pure sea buckthorn kernel oil has only a limited shelf life through proper, cool storage (preferably with protective gas)
Organic Sea Buckthorn Pulp Oil
Hippophae rhamnoides L. - sea buckthorn berry pulp
Germany, controlled organic cultivation
Produced in a merely physical way it therefore it does not contain solvent additives, red, clear oil with a typical sea buckthorn scent, free from inorganic salts and heavy metals
Contains 28% palmitoleic acid and approx. 35% palmitic acid, which are elements of the human skin fat, and it has a naturally high content in beta-carotene, tocopherol, as well as simple and essential fatty acids (omega-3 fatty acids)
In the food industry, for the refinement of fruit salads, marinades, dressings, yoghurt
This product is solely produced from the mentioned raw material and does not contain any additives. This is a 100% natural product according to the food legislation and the current German flavour regulation
Sea buckthorn pulp oil exhibits a high stability. If the packaging is unopened and stored in a cool place, it can be stored for at least five years without any loss of quality.