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Our Fresh Berries

We use a production process that ensures the vibrant goodness of fresh fruit is transferred from the bush to the bottle.

Fiber Rich

Maintain Brain Function

benefits of fruits such as strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries,

According to animal studies, the antioxidants in blueberries tend to accumulate in areas of the brain that are essential for intelligence

Vitamins and Minerals

The average diet falls short on fiber, of which you should aim to eat between 20 to 35 grams each day. A 1-cup serving of strawberries supplies 3 grams of fiber.

Reduce DNA Damage

Berries contain vitamin C, a nutrient that helps prevent infection and support a healthy immune system. 

DNA damage is part of the reason we grow older, and it also plays an important role in the development of diseases like cancer.

For a long time, blackcurrants (Ribes nigrum) were called “the forbidden fruit” in the United States. Farmers thought that the tart berries, native to Europe and Asia, helped spread a fungus that killed pine trees. Due to the ban, many Americans have missed out on these nutritious berries.

Blackcurrants have a high concentration of:


  • anthocyanins

  • polyphenolic substances

  • antioxidants

  • vitamin C

  • gamma-linolenic acid (GLA)

Blueberries are one of the most nutrient-dense foods in the world and contain large levels and a broad range of antioxidants. The ORAC score of blueberries is an incredible 9,621, which makes it one of the highest antioxidant foods in the world. Consuming just one cup of blueberries provides the following nutrients:


  • Resveratrol

  • Gallic acid

  • Vitamin K (36 percent DV)

  • Vitamin C (25 percent DV)

  • Manganese (25 percent DV)

  • Fiber (17 percent DV)

Grapes are rich in antioxidants, including resveratrol and flavonoids. Research suggests that whole grapes deliver the same amount of antioxidants in grape juice and wine with the added benefit of providing dietary fiber.


  • Macronutrients

  • Vitamin C

  • Vitamin K

  • Vitamin A

  • Immune System Boost

Red currants are a type of berry and are available frozen year-round and fresh during the summer months and near Christmas. They are tart, and most people don't eat them plain, but use them to prepare jelly, wine, sauces or garnishes. Whatever you decide to do with red currants, eating them as part of a well-balanced diet offers health benefits.


  • Low in Fat and Calories

  • Fiber

  • Potassium

  • Vitamin C

  • Magnesium

These versatile fruits provide a number of essential nutrients and their phytochemicals may provide the health benefits of potentially lowering your risk for heart disease and cancer, although further research is needed to verify these positive effects, according to the American Cancer Society. 


  • Macronutrients

  • Vitamin C

  • Vitamin K

  • Vitamin A

  • Immune System Boost

The gooseberry features a higher nutrient content and is also obtainable in white-colored, green, or even red types. Gooseberries usually have an acidic sour taste to them, yet recently, new versions have been discovered to become fairly sweet. These types of berries are generally utilized whilst producing jams, jellies as well as puddings.


  • Eye Care

  • Digestion

  • Diabetes

  • Calcium Absorption

  • Menstrual Cramps

  • Improving Appetite

The strawberry, Fragaria, is one of the most popular berry fruits in the world. There are more than 10 species of Fragaria that differ in flavour, size and texture yet they all have the same characteristic heart-shaped, red flesh and seeded coat together with small, regal, leafy green caps and stems that adorn their crowns.


  • Skin Care

  • Eye Care

  • Reduces Hypertension

  • Boosts Immunity

  • Boosts Brain Function

  • Reduces Inflammation

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