Lingonberry – wild growing forest berry
Flowers bloom in May/June and the berries are ripe in August/September.
Lingonberries are naturally rich benzoic acid, which gives the berries long durability.
- Lingonberries are of the most common plant in Russia, Finland and Estonia.
- The plant itself carries leaves all through the year, even in tough weather conditions and can handle a temperature span of – 40°C – +30°C
- Lingonberries – are very popular berries used for jams, making jelly and compotes, bakery products, juices even serving meat dishes like “black budding”, health care products etc.
- We supply hand-picked and IQF fresh frozen wild lingonberries.
- The berries are packaged as required by our clients.
- Most of the EuroBerries products are shipped to the food industries as a frozen berries.
- We deliver berries worldwide.
Lingonberry (L. Vaccinum vitis-idaea) is also known by the names foxberry, quailberry, beaverberry and mountain cranberry etc. It belongs to the family of Rhodococcum and is also known by the name of cowberry. Lingonberry grows in thin pine forests. Everyone probably agrees that its berries taste good. But they do not simply taste good, they also have many good properties. Its berries are known for having the best balance of sugars and acids. Moreover, its berries are rich in acids that give them good keeping quality. You have probably noticed it as well. While European blueberries go bad in a few days when kept in a warm place, lingonberries stay fresh for many months. The same applies to the jams made thereof.