Already in the 16th century, the blackcurrant was harvested in France for its fruits.

The majority of the blackcurrant plants come from the variety Ribes nigrum found in Europe and Northern Asia. Imported from Europe, our blackcurrant plants produce a black fruit berry only three years after the plantation.

 


All berries are harvested by hand at the end of July until the beginning of August.

Normally, the blackcurrant plant reaches from 1 to 1.50 meter high and adapts itself well to our nordic climate.

Blackcurrant contains a good source of vitamin C.





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