Berries

Blackberry
Blackberry

The blackberry is purple-black when ripe, that is, towards the month of September in the northern hemisphere. Edible and with a sweet taste, it is a false fruit, since it does not come from the...

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Blackcurrant
Blackcurrant

The blackcurrant is often a black berry, which grows in the form of clusters of pulpy fruits, soft skin and intoxicating aroma, crowned by the remains of the calyx of the flowers from which it...

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Blueberry
Blueberry

Global production of European Blackberry is currently estimated at 780,000 tons per year, including 180,000 tons of wild species. The North American continent ranks first among the world’s...

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Cranberry
Cranberry

The world harvest of this berry is estimated today at 560,000 tons/year, with the United States producing 85% and Canada the rest. This acid fruit is in fact widespread in British Columbia, New...

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Currant
Currant

It is native to a vast region that covers Asia, Europe and North America. Some wild varieties are still present in Scandinavia. Its cultivation began in the 16th century but was established in the...

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Elderberry
Elderberry

Although elderberries have acclimated in all temperate areas, especially in Canada, where they grow naturally in southern Quebec, global production remains confidential. The elder fruits come...

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Lowbush Blueberries
Lowbush Blueberries

Dark purple, it is covered with white pruine, which gives it a bluish color. The Perpetua blueberry is approximately 75 cm high and 60 cm wide, with a flared shape. They have a sweet taste when...

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Raspberry
Raspberry

It is native to the mountainous areas of western and northern Europe, where it still exists in the wild. The term raspberry comes from the ancient Germanic francic Brambasi, Bram meaning bush, and...

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Saskatoon
Saskatoon

Although produced in North Asia and Europe, this fruit is mainly grown in the United States and Canada. It is present in most regions of Quebec. In Manitoba or Saskatchewan, the production of these...

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Sourcherry
Sourcherry

The sour cherry is part of the Rosaceae family. It is a cousin of the apricot, peach and plum. Cherries are consumed mainly as juice and jam. But it is the Kriek variety the one used in Belgium to...

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Strasberries
Strasberries


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Strawberry
Strawberry

It is widely appreciated for its characteristic perfume, bright red color, juicy texture, and sweetness, consumed in large quantities, either fresh or in prepared foods such as jam, juice, pies,...

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Wolfberry
Wolfberry

World production of wolfberries is highly concentrated in China. Moreover, 80% of these berries are harvested in Ningxia province alone. There are also crops in Inner Mongolia and Tibet, more...

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