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Organic sauerkraut 18 x 500 g


€2.00* per 1 kg

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  • Sour, pasteurised sauerkraut
  • No added sugar*
  • Refined with rock salt
  • Firm texture
  • From organic farming
Quantity: Organic sauerkraut 18 x 500 g

Available, delivery time 6-7 days

BBD: 19.05.2023

Buy now: Organic sauerkraut 18 x 500 g

Life is better with lametta! And because we see it the same way, we now have 500 g bags of tinsel in our online shop! Well, almost. Sauerkraut looks a little bit like party decorations, doesn't it? If you think cabbage is "just" for hearty home cooking, you're wrong. The fermented white cabbage has a lot going for it and tastes crisp and fresh not only with bacon and smoked pork but also in vegetarian dishes. Order 18 500 g bags of organic sauerkraut online now!

Sauerkraut: from regular white cabbage to traditional repast

To make sauerkraut, white cabbage must be preserved by lactic acid fermentation. This technique of preserving vegetables was already used in ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. You may also know the Korean sauerkraut variant: kimchi. The soured Chinese cabbage originated as early as the 7th century. Before the method of preservation was established, sauerkraut was eaten mainly in winter in Germany, Poland and the Netherlands. In the USA, "the Germans" were even stereotypically referred to as "Krauts" during the First World War. But now let's get into the details of how it is made: Fresh cabbage is finely chopped and put into a container (pot) with salt. The salt extracts liquid from the vegetable and preserves the natural juices. Then the white cabbage is processed with a "cabbage masher" and lactic acid bacteria are added. Our sauerkraut is also pasteurised. This means that it is additionally heated. Heating kills the bacteria and makes the sour treat last even longer.

Preparing KoRo's organic sauerkraut

What is great about our fermented white cabbage: you can eat it directly out of the bag and integrate it wonderfully into your salads. You can also prepare it "grandma style" with secret family spices, a few apple pieces and bacon. Vegetarians and vegans can do a lot with sauerkraut, from stews, quiches and curries to vegan pasta or lasagna.

Order KoRo's organic sauerkraut

As the name indicates, sauerkraut has a light sour taste (sauer = sour in German!). We have simply added some rock salt and consciously avoided adding any sugar. You can, of course, sweeten the vegetables to your liking and refine them with some spices. Whether raw or cooked, the fermented cabbage tastes delicious in soups, stews and salads, but also as a side dish for savoury meals. The firm and crunchy texture makes it a great topping for your bowls and fresh baked bread, pizza or burgers. Try it for yourself: order your tray of sauerkraut now!

*The sauerkraut contains naturally occurring sugar (1 g/100 g).

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 84 / 20
Fat 0 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 0 g
Carbohydrates 3 g
thereof sugar 1 g
Dietary fiber 2 g
Protein 1 g
Salt 1 g
Product number: KRAUT_001_T20
Origin Deutschland (Weißkohl)
Origin (Processing) Germany
Organic Origin EU agriculture
Content 9 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260718293279
Data sheet Specification
Organic control body & Organic origin
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store at room temperature, protected from light
Ingredients 99 % white cabbage*, rock salt *from organic farming
Cross contamination No allergens contained according to EU Regulation 1169/2011.
Best before date 19.05.2023
Trade Name Pasteurised organic sauerkraut
Questions & answers: Organic sauerkraut 18 x 500 g
To lose weight, you don't have to go on a sauerkraut diet - what matters is a calorie deficit. Our pasteurized sauerkraut has only 20 kcal per 100 g.
Yes, you can also snack on our firm-to-the-bite sauerkraut raw. For example, how about as an ingredient in a raw food or vegan sausage salad?
On our producer's farm, white cabbage from our own field has been processed into sauerkraut under the best growing conditions for 65 years. The freshly harvested white cabbage is removed from the outer leaves and with the help of a machine the woody part of the stalk is drilled out. Each individual head is then inspected by hand. The cabbage is then cut by machine and 1.4% salt is added. Salt is important for the consistency of the sauerkraut and provides a certain flavor component. The cut white cabbage is placed in fermentation vats and pressurized. Now the natural fermentation process begins: During this process, the sugar found in the white cabbage (approx. 4%) is fermented by lactic acid bacteria into lactic acid. This is responsible for the typical pleasant sour taste. This is how sauerkraut, a shelf-stable food, is produced without the addition of preservatives.
You can eat our pasteurized sauerkraut without cooking and enjoy it, for example, in crisp salads or on your sandwich. Preparing sauerkraut is not difficult: As a classic side dish for various dishes, you can steam it in water or broth and round it off with spices. For example, bay leaves, juniper berries, savory and some pepper are suitable. If the cabbage tastes too sour, you can add pineapple, apple or sugar for sweetness. Of course, you can not only make "sauerkraut with cured pork", but also use the vegetable for quiche, lasagna, casserole, soup, curry, goulash or even on pizza. Also vegetarian/vegan prepared to a tasty potato pan or to vegetable meatballs, the mildly sour all-rounder tastes great.
In general, we see no problem in consuming sauerkraut in moderation during pregnancy. We ask you to contact your doctor if you are unsure.
Healthy is first and foremost a balanced, needs-based diet. But what we can assure you: The 500 g bag contains only white cabbage and a pinch of rock salt.
To turn white cabbage into sauerkraut, it must be fermented. This is done with the help of lactic acid bacteria. Subsequent pasteurization makes the product last even longer. In this process, microorganisms and germs are killed by brief heating at a temperature of at least 60 °C. This process is called pasteurization.
100 g sauerkraut provide 20 kcal. All information about the nutritional values and ingredients can be found as usual next to or below the product description in our online store.
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26 Reviews

Marcelle D.  | 29.07.2022

Excellent quality and very good value for money.ix

This cabbage is excellent. It has a fermented and slightly acid taste. It is perfect, cold, for mixed salads; and hot, accompanied by ham or fish. The juice can be served with hot vegetables. The packaging is practical.

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Dafne M.  | 07.06.2022

I recommend them

They are absolutely the best I have ever purchased, they are outstanding and super affordable

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Yolande v.  | 30.04.2022



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Dennis H.  | 22.04.2022

anytime again - Everything Top !!!

Very good quality - super delivery - anytime again.

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Sonia M.  | 21.04.2022

Good product but careful with the packaging

Good, convenient to keep around the house for a quick side dish. I gave two stars less for the packaging, in both orders placed they arrived with punctured packets is the whole package tasted like fermented

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Anonymous  | 18.04.2022

Excellente !

Just the right amount of acidity, crunchy, and very good value per 18 packs.

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Anonymous  | 24.02.2022

Super fast delivery, economical packaging - great!

Super fast delivery, economical packaging - great!

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Anonymous  | 19.02.2022

Pleasantly mild taste

I love sauerkraut and this one is pleasant in taste, nice and mild

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Anonymous  | 17.02.2022

Very tasty

Very tasty

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Anonymous  | 15.02.2022


tastes like sauerkraut :) not spectacular but tasty

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