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Fresh berries

B2B, HoReCa
Grown in the unique, pristine forests of Karelia, our berries are a treasure-trove of vitamins and trace minerals, with a high degree Brix and no radiation. We pick the berries manually according to a Karelian tradition, which guarantees their excellent quality. The shortest time from picking to freezing is enabled by the stringent control of all the steps, from foraging to processing.
Wide range: bilberries, lingonberries, cranberries, cloudberries, sea buckthorn, rowan berries, blackcurrant, redcurrant, aronia berries
All the products are manufactured in accordance with Russian GOST food standards and specifications
Different options for packaging – 25 kilos bags, 10 kilos boxes
Free samples with delivery for tasting and recipe-making
All the products are certified. We provide their certificates.
Fresh Lingonberries
Lingonberries are an evergreen, densely branched shrub with elliptical, shiny, leathery leaves and red berries growing in clusters. 8 to 15 centimetre high lingonberries grow in Karelia, predominantly in dry coniferous forests, but they are also found in moist places and even in peat bogs.

Lingonberries’ health benefits include antimicrobial action due to which the plant has traditionally been used to treat bladder and other urinary tract infections. Rich in vitamins A, E and C as well as calcium, iron, potassium and magnesium, lingonberries are unrivalled when it comes to fighting vitamin deficiency. Lingonberries helps with intoxication, remove toxins and salts of heavy metals.
Ingredients wild lingonberries, whole berries
Nutritional value per 100 g protein 0.7 g, fat 0.5 g, carbohydrates 8.2 g.
Energy value per 100 g 46 kcal
Packaging and weight kraft bag (volume 25 kg)
Shelf life approx. 7 days
Storage keep away from direct sunlight
Fresh Bilberries
Bilberries are 20-40 cm high, low-growing, highly branched herbaceous and deciduous shrubs. Green branches grow at an angle. Its leaves are thin, oval, pale green and finely serrated at the edges. The plant has round dark blue fruits of various sizes, sometimes dark purple, with a dark brown watery pulp and small seeds. In Karelia, bilberries grow predominantly in coniferous forests and lowlands near the water. Bilberries are a wonderful honey plant, pollinated mostly by bees and bumblebees.

Health benefits: bilberries are rich in iron, flavonoids, essential oils and organic acids. Bilberries have a unique complex of components, including vitamins of the B, C and PP groups as well as anthocyanins and glycosides which make bilberries an unrivalled remedy for regenerating the eye tissue and preventing eye diseases.
Ingredients wild bilberries, whole berries
Nutritional value per 100 g protein 1.1 g, fat 0.6 g, carbohydrates 7.6 g.
Energy value per 100 g 44 kcal
Packaging and weight kraft bag (volume 25 kg)
Shelf life approx. 7 days
Storage keep away from direct sunlight
Fresh Cloudberries
Cloudberries are yellow or amber-coloured aggregates of drupelets, 1 to 1.5 cm in diameter. Its juicy berries have a delicious, delicate sweet aroma. Cloudberries grow in mossy swamps near rivers, marshes and lakes, on hummocks and in forest glades. A perennial herb with three to five-lobed leaves with uneven edges, cloudberries are very sensitive to the climate during flowering. Sudden frosts, rains or strong winds in summers often ruin cloudberry crops in Karelia.

The cloudberries’ health benefits include a high content of B vitamins, vitamin A and vitamin C, which make cloudberries a unique remedy for vitamin deficiency. Cloudberries also contain vitamin E which has a beneficial effect on the regeneration of the skin after burns, improves blood circulation throughout the body, and helps treat eczema. Cloudberries are used to treat cramps and prevent cardiovascular diseases.
Ingredients wild cloudberries, whole berries
Nutritional value per 100 g protein 0.8 g, fat 0.9 g, carbohydrates 7.4 g.
Energy value per 100 g 40 kcal
Packaging and weight frozen boxes (volume 20 kg)
Shelf life approx. 7 days
Storage keep away from direct sunlight
Fresh Cranberries
Cranberries are an evergreen shrub from the heather family. The plant is from 10 to 30 cm high. Its stems are creeping, with small, round, elongated and egg-like leaves. The fruits are from reddish to dark red, round and oblong in shape. The berry is widespread in shrub wetlands, on peat bogs and in coniferous forests.

It contains a large amount of organic acids, including citric, benzoic, quinic, malic, succinic and oxalic as well as flavonoids: anthocyanins, flavonols, phenolic acids, catechins. Cranberries also contain valuable vitamins of the B and PP groups and a rare vitamin phylloquinone as well as such minerals as iron, copper, molybdenum, manganese and iodine. Cranberry fruits contain substances from the group of antioxidants that can preventive degenerative eye diseases. Cranberries help rejuvenate the skin, contributing to its regeneration and, being an excellent antiseptic, prevent various urinary tract infections.
Ingredients wild cranberries, whole berries
Nutritional value per 100 g protein 0.5 g, fat 0.2 g, carbohydrates 3.7 g.
Energy value per 100 g 28 kcal
Packaging and weight kraft bag (volume 25 kg)
Shelf life approx. 7 days
Storage keep away from direct sunlight