These berries have an almost tropical taste on first bite, but with a tart, dry finish. The seed has some bite but worth eating the whole fruit as it is packed full of nutrients.

Produced in:Kent


Forager says:

These berries are packed with vitamin C - 6 times that of oranges. They also contain vitamin B2, E and potassium making them a real superfood. The flavour is very intense so a little goes a long way. These berries can be used to make jams and jellies

Storage Information

Keep in the fridge and consume within 4 days.

Seabuckthorn Berries

1 Punnet (40g), £123.75/kg


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