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Our SuperFruits

Our Farm grown Premium fruit is harvested and frozen within minutes from family farm fields to lock in flavor and nutrition.

Some of the Berries and Fruits our farms grow and why they are so healthy!

Cold Climate Fruits


Blueberries are small round berries with a color spectrum from blue to purple. Canada is the leading producer of luscious and juicy Blueberries. Blueberries are a mixture of sweet taste with a touch of tart. Low in calories and high in fiber, Blueberries offer many health benefits. Laden with antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins, they can help maintain healthy blood pressure and manage blood sugar and cholesterol. Blueberries have anti-aging properties, and they help to preserve heart health as well!


Best habitat for sweet juicy strawberries is grasslands, forest edges and open woodlands in cooler climates. Native to North America and Europe, they grow on soil with a lot of sun exposure. Strawberries are an abundant source of potassium which helps to lower the risk of osteoporosis and maintain healthy blood pressure. With their excellent healing effects, their juice was used in ancient times to help symptoms of arthritis!


Luscious raspberries are a mouthwatering and versatile fruit. Raspberries work wonders for keto diets as they are one of the lowest-sugar berries. With a low Glycemic index, they are the best fruit for those who are trying to manage carbohydrate intake. Raspberries are full of essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. They can be beneficial in pregnancy as they also contain fair amounts of folate. A great addition to your daily meals!


Blackberries are reddish black berries cultivated in North America and Europe. Packed with vitamin C, vitamin K, and Manganese, Blackberries are high in fiber and low in calories. With the lowest glycemic index of any fruit, Blackberries help support keto and low carbohydrate dietary needs.

Blackberries contain essential nutrients for good health, enriched with antioxidants that fight against inflammation and protect your body from oxidative stresses.


Peaches, along with their fuzzy skin and juicy flesh are blessed with a powerful combo of vitamin C, polyphenols, carotenoids and antioxidants.

Peaches supply both soluble and insoluble fiber. They are full of vitamins especially vitamin A and vitamin C, minerals like potassium and antioxidants. Peaches ensure improved digestion, stronger immunity and keep a check and balance on blood sugar and cholesterol. Peaches help support healthy well-being!

Haskap has long been known by the ancient Japanese as, “The fruit of Life longevity and Fruit of vision”. Haskap berries are high in Vitamin A, C and have high fibre and potassium. ORAC values, otherwise known as antioxidant values, as reported by the USDA Database for the Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) of Selected Foods, show Haskap to have an extremely high antioxidant value. In particular high levels of Anthocyanins, Polyphenols and Bioflavanoids, which can help protect against the the affects of ageing and disease such as cancer, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative disease.


Saskatoon berries, also known as juneberries, serviceberries or shadbush, are native to North America and grow on small shrubs. They are similar in appearance to blueberries, but have a nutty and slightly sweet flavor.

Saskatoon berries contain significant amounts of total dietary fiber, vitamins B2 (riboflavin) and biotin, and the essential minerals, iron and manganese, Recent research has shown Saskatoon berries high fiber content can help control blood sugar, defend against diabetes, aid digestion, and reduce risk of cardiovascular disease.

Delicious in pies, yogurt or just on their own, Saskatoon berries are part of a healthy diet!

Tart Cherry
Tart cherries are abundant in anthocyanins – a natural compound that contributes to the ruby-red color and distinctive sour-sweet taste. This phytonutrient, a type of flavonoid, is also behind the health-promoting properties of tart cherries.

One of the main health benefits of tart cherries is their anti-inflammatory properties. They contain high levels of anthocyanins, which are antioxidants that have been shown to reduce inflammation in the body. This makes tart cherries a popular choice for people with conditions such as arthritis and gout, and for aiding with rest and recovery after a workout.

Tart cherries are also rich in vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and manganese. They are also a good source of dietary fiber and are low in calories, making them a healthy addition to any diet.

Aronia are extremely high in antioxidants. In fact Aronia Berries have the highest anthocyanin concentrations (pigments) among berries and other fruits, and are very high in proanthocyanidins (tannins), in addition to a lot of other polyphenols. Antioxidants are believed to protect against many degenerative diseases, such as cancer and heart disease, and to slow down aging in general. They are also a crucial component of anti-wrinkle diets as they can help protect your skin from the harmful effects of environmental pollutants, tobacco smoke, the sun's ultraviolet radiation, and other factors that cause your body to produce free radicals.

Sea Buckthorn
Seabuckthorn is known as nature’s most balanced fruit. This “Holy Fruit of the Himalayas” has been cherished by native Tibetans for centuries for its incredible nutritive qualities. Seabuckthorn contains more than 190 biologically active compounds and with its full range of omega fatty acids in perfect balance. Seabuckthorn contains more than 60 antioxidants and high ORAC value. And is very rich in vitamin C (300-1600 mg/100 g), which is 4 - l00 times higher than any vegetable and fruit.


Tropical Fruits and Super Foods from our Partner Farms


Pineapple is a tropical fruit that is native to South America, but now extensively cultivated in many other tropical countries. It is known for its sweet, juicy and intensely tropical flavor, as well as for its high nutritional value. Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C, manganese, and dietary fiber.

Notably, pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain, which has anti-inflammatory properties and has been linked to various health benefits such as reducing inflammation, improving digestion, and potentially preventing certain types of cancer.


Mango is a sweet fruit that is native to South Asia but is now cultivated in many tropical and subtropical regions around the world. It is a pulpy fruit with a large, flat seed or stone in the center. Mangoes come in different shapes, sizes, and colors, depending on the variety, and they have a unique flavor that is both sweet and tart.

Mangoes are rich in vitamins A and C and are a good source of fiber. They are also low in calories and sodium and contain no cholesterol or saturated fats.

Mangoes have been known to provide numerous health benefits, such as aiding digestion, boosting the immune system, improving eye health, and reducing the risk of cancer, among others.


Dragon fruit is a vibrant tropical delight that is laden with a sweet flavor and a hint of citrus sweetness. Roughly the size of a baseball, this fruit on the outside is a pink oval with green scales.

Dragon fruit is naturally high in fiber and fat -free, containing prebiotics and probiotics. Rich in antioxidants, it strengthens your immune system. Dragon fruit is loaded with fiber, and it ensures Gut health. With abundant vitamin C and magnesium, Dragon fruit helps support the fight of chronic diseases!



Acai is a fruit that grows on the Acai Palm tree, found in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. It is rich in antioxidants, fiber, vitamins, and minerals which can boost immune function, promote heart health and aid in weight loss. Acai has a unique flavor that is described as a combination of sweet, tart, and earthy, with a hint of chocolate. Some people also describe it as having a slightly nutty or vanilla-like taste. It's often compared to the taste of a mix between berries and chocolate. Acai is a versatile and healthy ingredient that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways!


Bananas are a fruit that grow on large herbaceous plants in warm, tropical climates. They are one of the most popular fruits in the world and are widely consumed due to their taste and nutritional value.

Bananas are a good source of fiber, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and potassium. They are low in calories and fat, making them a healthy snack option. Because of their high potassium content, bananas can also help regulate blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease.

Overall, bananas are a nutritious and delicious fruit that are enjoyed by people all over the world.


Coconut is a tropical fruit that comes from the coconut palm tree, which is native to the tropics. The fruit is large and round, with a hard, fibrous outer shell that is usually brown or green in color. Inside the shell is a white, meaty flesh that is soft and sweet, and a small amount of clear liquid known as coconut water.

The taste of coconut is mildly sweet and nutty, with a subtle tropical flavor.

Coconut is also considered to be a superfood due to its many health benefits. It is rich in healthy fats, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, and has been shown to help with weight loss, digestion, and heart health. 

Overall, coconut is a versatile and delicious fruit that has many benefits for both the body and mind.

Vanilla beans

Vanilla is a flavor that is derived from the seeds of the vanilla orchid, which is native to Mexico. The flavor is created by curing and drying the orchid pods, which are then used to create a vanilla extract or paste that can be added to various dishes.

Vanilla is known for its sweet, floral and creamy taste and is a favorite around the world!

Vanilla contains vitamins vitamin B2 and B6, and minerals such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, and manganese. Additionally, vanilla contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds that may offer health benefits.

Passion Fruit






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