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Translated from Japanese: The berries are small but sweet and very delicious. Above all, I’m surprised that my bowel movement has improved tremendously.
Translated from Japanese: I first learned about wild berries on this site! They were sweet and delicious, and I felt that safe and organic fruits were more delicious. My children also love them, and I laughed when I saw the purple color after they ate them.
I want to continue ordering for me and my children’s health.
Translated from Japanese: At the supermarket in my neighborhood, only large ordinary blueberries are sold, so I was looking for these and bought them right away. I made a smoothie with banana and milk for breakfast and drink it every day.
Can these blueberries be used to make jam? They’re dark in color and contain a lot of nutrients. My children often eat them frozen. I eat them with honey and yogurt.
Translated from Japanese: Very fresh and delicious blueberries. I will buy them again.
Translated from Japanese: I purchased them to make jam. This pack is convenient because there are only a few organic strawberries (on the market).
Translated from Japanese: They’re frozen strawberries that you can eat with no worries.
They’re very juicy and delicious as is.
I enjoy them with other fruits.
Translated from Japanese: The pack contains a lot of sweet strawberries (* ^^ *)
Because they’re small grains, they’re easy to eat and delicious strawberries that you will not get tired of eating a lot.
Translated from Japanese: When you open the bag, a sweet scent comes up. Soon after taking them out of the freezer, they’re a little firm, but after 20 – 30 minutes at room temperature you can eat them. They’re delicious.
Translated from Japanese: Delicious when you put them in yoghurt!
Translated from Japanese: I had a feeling that the raspberries here were in good frozen condition. They’re also fresh and delicious.
Translated from Japanese: The taste is good, the storage condition is good, so I decided to order again.
Translated from Japanese: Those who expect a very sweet taste from fruits might be unsatisfied, but because I’m into sour things I like these raspberries a lot. The flavor is strong and wild. You feel refreshed when you eat them.
Translated from Japanese: It’s amazing that I can eat organic raspberries as much as I like!
They boost my morning the most as smoothies.
They have a delicious color and scent and they get me excited with their flavor.
Translated from Japanese: These are the most delicious frozen raspberries that you can get in Japan. Whether it’s raspberries or strawberries from Turkey, they’re sweeter than those from other countries. Unexpectedly, I found raspberries from turkey, so I ordered them right away. As expected, they were flavorful, so I will order again. Since the raspberries arrived, my family has been eating them for three weeks.
Translated from Japanese: I put them in a smoothie and eat them like that. I will order again!
Translated from Japanese: De…de…delicious. These are delicious. I was wondering whether to make it a 1-pack or a 3-pack set, but after reading your reviews, I bought a 3-pack set. Great choice! “Great choice! Good job!” I said to myself.
Translated from Japanese: It’s my first time ordering. As recommended, they’re delicious if you eat them the way they are!
There’s no added sugars, they’re healthy and even if you don’t cook, you can easily take them out to eat. I will order more organic and healthy products from now on.
Translated from Japanese: Usually, it’s not easy to get ones hands on organic fruits, but because I’m avoiding to go out, I’m thankful I can get them here.
When you take them out of the freezer, you can eat them right away like sherbet. Especially when you take them out for a while they frost on the surface disappears and the flavor gets stronger, which I really like.
I bought them to make the traditional French pie called “clafoutis”, but they’re delicious the way they are, too.
It might be good that it can stop you from eating too much ice cream in summer if you eat the cherries with agar-agar.
They might be delicious with chia seeds as well.
I’m looking forward to having them in many different ways.
I’m thankful there is no added sugar or any other additives.
Of course, I will order again.
Translated from Japanese: They’re big in size, sweet and above all: organic! Just by putting the dark cherries in soy yoghurt I could make a delicious snack. When I bake a cake and add them, they make a nice decoration that turn tea time into a splendid time.
Translated from Japanese: It's delicious pumpkin. There’s a lot in the pack. It's good that it's divided into 3 bags. My freezer was filled to the brim, but I was able to share it with my family.
Translated from Japanese: They have a gentle sweetness, they’re sweet to the core and really delicious.
When you shortly heat them up in the microwave and put only pon-zu vinegar and soy sauce on them, it turns into a masterpiece!
I’ve been eating them like dried sweet potatoes or sweet roasted chestnuts!
Because I trust these products, I will order again.
Translated from Japanese: From harvesting, storing to processing, I wonder if these are the reasons for the taste. They’re much sweeter than those from supermarkets. Delicious.
Translated from Japanese: I bought a whole pumpkin in the supermarket and cut it with a kitchen knife, but it was troublesome to remove the seeds. I want the nutrients of pumpkins, but until now, I refused to get frozen ones. But because these were labeled organic, I ordered them.
The package size is similar to the ones they sell in supermarkets, so I wish it was easier to differentiate that these are organic.
Translated from Japanese: I’m very thankful because you can’t get organic vegetables from abroad very easily in Japan. Even if you eat them the way they are, they were really delicious.
Translated from Japanese: I microwaved them and put them in my salad, but I think the texture is a little hard.
Translated from Japanese: Generally, these are thinner than Japanese organic green beans and they seem to have less water content, there’s only a little bit of chewiness to them, but the flavor is strong and delicious. It’s convenient that you can take them out of the freezer and use them the way they are. I definitely want to keep them in stock in my freezer!
Translated from Japanese: It’s necessary to always have green beans at home. It’s convenient that you can use them at any time since they are frozen. If you have space in your freezer, I recommend them. It’s different from the green beans that are properly frozen, thick and with no flavor. Because they’re thin, you can use them for goma-ae (a dish), which I’m thankful for. Even though they’re frozen, they’re delicious.
Translated from Japanese: Ordinary carrots. If you let them defrost completely, there might become watery? Because they’re ordinary, you can eat them raw.
It is quite a volume plus organic!
And very convenient easpecially when I am in a rush.
Thank you for selling a quality product.
It’s great that horizon farms is adding more items to the site including pre cut vegetables. It’s easy to feed my family more organic with a product like this. We add it to soups or sauté it with meat or as a side. It’s very delicious too!
Translated from Japanese: I love alphonso mangoes, so I order them every year, but a while ago they went sold out and when I was about to give up, I found these instead. You might see it well when you make a puree that the mangoes have a solid form. From the order to the dispatch and to the arrival at my place, everything went quick. 1kg is filled in a rather big bag and because I bought two, it seems like my freezer is filled to the brim. I tested them right away… This time around, they make a good snack. When there’s sourness there is sweetness, too. There might be a difference to the ones I had before. The size is uneven, but they’re all bite-sized. When they dissolve, alphonso mangoes become a little sticky. It’s good that they’re organic. I hate bad additives. The bag is an aluminum bag with a zipper, so you can conserve the mangoes well. Once I run out, I will order again I think☆
Translated from Japanese: In my family, mangoes are essential to make smoothies. The flavor is strong and naturally sweet, I’m very satisfied!!
Translated from Japanese: I enjoy them on hot days as mango lassi. They’re sweet and delicious the way they are, too. My children also said they’re delicious and eat them instead of ice cream. Because they have no added sugars, there’s no weird, sweet after-taste to them and they have the natural sweetness of fruits. There’s a lot in one pack, so I think I will make dessert and challenge myself to trying a foreign dish! Ripe mangoes are usually expensive, so it’s absolutely amazing that I can buy 1kg at this price. I think cospa is more expensive.
Frozen product great for smoothies!
Translated from Japanese: I'm ordering again.
My husband, who doesn’t like French fries, and my children, who love them, both found them delicious! We ate a lot, so they will be gone soon.
I will order again ^ _ ^
Translated from Japanese: These are the most delicious potatoes I've ever eaten.
The taste of organic potatoes is strong and really delicious. Moreover, it’s cheap. I’m very happy. I bought three bags this time. They’re fluffy and taste good.
I recommend them because they’re delicious.
Translated from Japanese: Delicious. These are my favorite French fries. I love that they strongly taste like potatoes.
Translated from Japanese: They taste like real potatoes and are very delicious.
They’re convenient when you want to garnish a steak or want to add them to another dish.
I always bake them in the oven (bistro), but I adjust the baking time depending on how many fries are spread on the top plate. It takes about 15 to 12 minutes depending on how much you want. The thin fries are crispy on the outside, and the potatoes of normal thickness are warm and delicious.
Translated from Japanese: I am really grateful that I can eat something organic. I’m happy I’m able to eat such delicious French fries at home anytime. I don't have an oven, so I put some oil or grass-fed ghee in a frying pan and heat it over low heat. The outside is crispy and the inside is soft. I enjoy dipping them in guacamole and putting chili on top.
Translated from Japanese: They’re very different from the green peas sold at Japanese supermarkets. It’s more delicious than expected.
Translated from Japanese: They look like raw green peas. They’re completely different from other frozen ones.
Translated from Japanese: Since it's organic, both humans and dogs can eat it with confidence. I always have it in stock.
Translated from Japanese: For some reason, green peas are notorious in Japan, and I was in trouble because there are almost no products that contain a large amount. I'm glad to get 1kg.
They’re very delicious when roasted with bacon along with a lot of pepper and sea salt. They’re delicious even if you add cumin. I also want to try mashing them etc. Please sell them forever.
Translated from Japanese: There’s a lot inside, so we and our dogs can enjoy them.
Translated from Japanese: I put the amount of berries I want to eat the next day in the refrigerator overnight and put them on yogurt in the morning.
Children aged 5 and 3 can also eat sugar-free yogurt deliciously.
I finished them within a week so quickly, so I will reorder them.
I'm glad that this mix contains blackberries, as they’re hard to come by.
Translated from Japanese: It's great to be able to easily eat a lot of fruits at any time. I feel that the taste is stronger than that of raw fruit. I mix the berries with yogurt and milk and enjoy them every day.
Translated from Japanese: These are the best organic frozen berries that you can eat with confidence.
They’re a little expensive, but sour and very delicious to put in yogurt or smoothies.
I decided to reorder them once I finish them!
Translated from Japanese: This mix has large strawberries and they’re perfect for pancakes and French toast.
Translated from Japanese: They’re expensive, organic and safe.
The berries are big, sweet and very delicious.
I thawed them in the fridge the night before.
The next morning, I love to mix them with protein and eat them like dessert.
Translated from Japanese: The kale has a slight bitterness and is delicious. It’s in a cylindrical form of about 4 x 3 cm, but when it melted, it was in a fairly finely chopped state. It looks good for smoothies and soups. I put it in omelet, which made it colorful with the yellow and green colors. Frozen vegetables are easy to use and convenient.
Translated from Japanese: There were more in the bag than I expected!
I'm excited to use them for different things! I'm happy.
Translated from Japanese: They’re convenient to use for miso soup in a heated pot. I used to use frozen roses before, but I didn't like the fact that they gradually shattered in the freezer. It’s also good that they can be used without breaking them until the end. The cubes are not the same size, so I wanted them to be the same at first, but recently I realized that I could adjust the amount myself, and I'm wondering if this is also an advantage.
Translated from Japanese: I used them for the first time, but I think they’re good. The taste is not so bad, so I think I want to order them again.
Translated from Japanese: This is my second time ordering. If you put 3 packs in our freezer, it will be bulky, so I always think, "Let's make this the last order! I'll do my best to make space for frozen fruits!" But this is so delicious, I can’t stop wanting more!!!
This soup was very easy to prepare and a great dish to add to a hearty meal or even light salad. My family has been busy lately and this was perfect for a quick meal side. I haven't tried it as a gravy, but I'm sure it would be delicious.
Translated from Japanese: Organic blackberries, unusual and jumpy.
Like raw fruits, the flavor is delicate, so if you are looking for a punchy taste, raspberries have a stronger aroma and acidity, but the color of these blackberries is wonderful!
If you take it out of the freezer and wait for a while, you will find a unique blue-ish scent that is common to black currants and figs.
I take turns between these and raspberries for my morning smoothie.
I will order again!
Translated from Japanese: I used them for the first time and I think they’re good. The taste is not so bad and I want to order them again. I haven't found them in the supermarket and have been looking for them. Thank you for all the good products.
Translated from Japanese: I ordered it while wondering how big the dices were. I thought that if they were too big, they could be used for minced meat dishes, but they were fine and coarsely chopped, and could be used for hamburgers. They’re very convenient, sweet and delicious. I would be happy if there was a product that made a cube of stir-fried food (^^)
Translated from Japanese: Even I, who doesn’t usually like onions, enjoyed them.
Since it is originally finely chopped and frozen, it does not have the odor or irritation peculiar to onions, and it doesn’t take long to cook, so I am really grateful.
If HORIZON FARMS sells it, you may be able to eat it! I'm glad I bought it. Thank you sincerely.
Translated from Japanese: I bought them with interest after seeing your reviews.
The result is a great success! They were better than I expected.
Like the other people said, they can be used in various ways because they’re small.
For fried rice, soups and salads.
I think it has a wider range of use than ordinary broccoli.
I feel like I'll finish using them soon, so I'll reorder them as soon as possible!
Translated from Japanese: I'm not sure what the reason is, but it were very delicious. I put them in soup every day and eat them little by little.
Translated from Japanese: They arrived the day after I ordered them. I was surprised because it was so quick. Because these are b-grade small broccoli florets, I wanted to eat them as an ingredient to put in soup, quiche, and oatmeal. Therefore, I ordered them because the smaller ones are more convenient because they don't need to be cut. When I tried them immediately, they were sweet and delicious. They defrost quickly in the microwave, so I'm thinking of putting them in a smoothie, too.
Translated from Japanese: When I opened the pack, I thought they’re small, but when I tried using them that was an advantage. It doesn’t take long to defrost them. You can mix them with a salad and eat it raw (naturally thawed), or add it quickly when you want a little more green in pasta sauce, soup or stir-fry. They don’t have a strong taste, so I use them almost every day as a side dish! I want to order again.
Translated from Japanese: I just opened the pack, but it contains only very small scraps of broccoli of about 1 to 2 cm. It’s very disappointing. (Even though they’re mini, they’re smaller than the one below the image photo and I want you to change the size notation 💦) I tried to take out all the contents of the bag, but they’re all waste. I will never order again.
Translated from Japanese: Organic berries are hard to find, so I’m grateful. They’re frozen and broken, so they’re easy to use.
I put these raspberries with raw honey in yogurt for breakfast and ate it.
The acidity was moderate and it was broken, so they melted immediately when mixed and were delicious.
I'm going to put them in a smoothie next time.
Translated from Japanese: Originally, I didn’t like raspberries because they were sour and I was worried about the seeds, but when I bought this high speed blender and used these raspberries for a smoothie with bananas, it was so delicious that my image completely changed! The scent was very good, and even with almost no sweetener, only bananas were enough. They didn't seem sour and difficult to eat. Is it because they’re organic? When I looked it up, it seems that raspberries are very good for my health, so I would like to have them regularly from now on.
Translated from Japanese: I thought that the raspberries were broken into smaller pieces like the image, but unexpectedly large ones were included. I bought them for smoothies and jam, so I'm glad I bought it at a good price. The taste is also sweet and sour, which is very good.
Translated from Japanese: When I opened the package, the sweet scent of the bananas spread out into the room. As you can see in the explanation, the sliced bananas were out of shape and stuck together in chunks.
I took out as much as I used, thawed it, and used it for pancakes. They were easy to crush, so they’re easy to use.
The baked pancakes had a nice aroma of bananas, and the taste was solid and delicious.
I think they can be used for muffins and bread.
Translated from Japanese: Ordering again. I always want them available on hand.
As I wrote before, I'm very happy with the sourness and color of the smoothie.
Add 6 to 10 sour cherries (+ a little chocolate) thawed at room temperature, so that they are buried in the dough of GF cornbread muffins and bake it. The roast is sweet and sour, and it’s so delicious. The bright red that is visually beautiful makes you feel even more excited! Of course, ordinary muffins and cupcakes are delicious, too.
Translated from Japanese: I usually buy cheap, canned sour cherries, but I bought frozen ones for the first time because I wanted to eat them not only in pies and Clafoutis, but also as they are. When I ate a few grains immediately, they were delicious with both sweetness and sourness. I'm glad I bought them.
Translated from Japanese: Small cherries with plenty of acidity reminiscent of Turkish red cherry juice. The red is also bright and beautiful.
It’s the best in terms sourness and color for smoothies. There is not much sweetness, so I eat sweet cherries / dark cherries additionally. These cherries are fun to eat.
Translated from Japanese: I think the taste is not for Japanese people…
The beets are bitter and the carrots are a little ethnic for some reason...
I don’t dare to try the others...
Translated from Japanese: I put it in soup and fried rice. I am very satisfied with the sweet taste in addition to the firm texture.
Translated from Japanese: You can easily make another dish by mixing it with lightly fried corn and eggs, or with tuna.
One pack has a large capacity that can be used generously, and it’s very convenient on busy mornings.
Translated from Japanese: I put them in butter rice and cooked them like that. The grains are firm.
It was sweet and delicious.
1 kg is convenient to use for various dishes,
So I would like to order again.
Translated from Japanese: I put them in butter rice and cooked them like that. The grains are firm.
It was sweet and delicious.
1 kg is convenient to use for various dishes,
So I would like to order again.
Translated from Japanese: If you quickly put them through heat, they’re sweet like fresh corn and you can eat them in any way.
At first, I thought the package content is too much, but after three weeks, it’s already half empty. Also, I’ve been eating them on my own.
Translated from Japanese: I received 2.4kg of corn that were sweet and delicious. They’re crunchy when you add them to a salad and you can use them with no effort. I’m especially thankful that I can use them when I’m busy, too. In a normal household, 2.5kg won’t run out so quickly, but in a month, we have already finished half of the bag. I think the cost-effectiveness is good. I will consider buying these again next time.
Translated from Japanese: They arrived in a zippered bag, so you can store them as they are even after opening the bag, which is very convenient! Of course the taste is ◎ ^ ^
Translated from Japanese: I bought them for the first time! I eat about 2 pieces after eating to help my digestion. It seems that these were sweeter than regular pineapples, so the whole family was overjoyed ☆
Translated from Japanese: They’re delicious and I quickly finished them! I will purchase them again!