We are one of the leading sellers of frozen wild berries
Technology and quality
⟢ We process approximately 6,000 tonnes of berries a year.
⟢ We operate approximately 6,000 m2 of cold-storage facilities.
⟢ Our fast-freezing capacity is up to 150 tonnes a day.
⟢ We sort berries into categories A, B and C, and comply with the increasing requirements of our customers.
⟢ We subject every pallet to quality control procedures.
⟢ We package the products in 10 kg boxes or 25 kg bags.
Sales of berries
Period: 2014 - 2017
Purchase of berries
Period: 2014 - 2017
For centuries, bilberries have been the most popular berries for both their taste and health benefits.
Bilberries as ‘super berries’:
⟢ are rich in vitamins A, C, E and K;
⟢ contain large quantities of fibres, enhancing digestion processes;
⟢ have a low calorie and fat content;
⟢ are important sources of zinc, copper, potassium, magnesium and manganese;
⟢ contain flavonoids and antioxidants, which improve the immune system, prevent colds and cleanse the body;
⟢ improve memory and vision;
⟢ have an anti-ageing effect, particularly for the skin;
⟢ contribute to weight-loss.
Lingonberries have been used as food and in folk medicine for centuries.
Lingonberries are valued:
⟢ for their high flavonoid – quercetin – content, which has a highly anti-inflammatory effect;
⟢ as a source of vitamins A, B, C, E and K;
⟢ for their high fibre content, which enhances digestion processes;
⟢ for their calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium and sodium content;
⟢ for their ability to cleanse the body;
⟢ as a widely used cure for bladder inflammation;
⟢ for their ability to manage blood sugar levels, reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
Cloudberries are delicious berries that are highly valued for their culinary uses.
⟢ are a source of vitamins C and A;
⟢ have a high iron content;
⟢ have the ability to cleanse the body;
⟢ strengthen the immune system;
⟢ prevent diabetes.