Our berries come from the farming central in the Fraser Valley and provide great crops season after season.
As one of the only fruits that has seeds on its exterior, the strawberry is quite unique in its DNA. While technically a flower, it is still considered a berry for its seasonality, shape, and flavour.
Plump, sweet, and fruity, the blueberry is native to North America. With it's season running all summer right through to fall, it's lengthy maturation period allows for very rich flavors.
The Blackberry is actually a very unique type of fruit, but is classified as a berry. With it's deep and dark skin when ripe and main running season during late summer to mid fall, this "berry" is extremely soft and juicy, holding a sweet and tart flavor.
Raspberries are similar to the Blackberry in that they are not actually a berry, but are classified as so. They differ, however, in their color, core, and flavor. With it's hollow core, bright red color, and sweet and tart flavor, they run from summer through to fall.