Due to rising production and import costs, the price of this product has been slightly increased. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding.
Please note that this product is grown to organic standards of ACO (Australian Certified Organic) and USDA Organic - however, due to a bureaucracy issue this product is not recognized as JAS organic in Japan.
One full bag of 1kg (2.2lbs) naturally farmed and fresh frozen blackberries from Chile. No use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. GMO-free. All hand-picked, washed and individually flash-frozen (IQF) right after harvest for freshness.
These blackberries (not to be confused with black raspberries) are from Chile, which is one of the largest berry exporters in the world thanks to its rich geography and climate diversity. Blackberries have a deep inky sheen with purple highlights. They are succulent, soft, and juicy. The flavor is sweet, slightly tart, with an earthy undertone. Blackberries are a good source of vitamins A and C, iron, calcium, and dietary fiber.
✔ All our imported fruits and vegetables are strictly tested for E Coli, coliforms, molds, yeasts as well as listeria and salmonella and therefore meet very high microbiological safety standards.
✔ Free of harmful synthetic chemical inputs such as fertilizer, pesticides, antibiotics, food additives, irradiation, and the use of sewage sludge.
✔ Free of genetically modified seeds (non-GMO)
✔ The farmland and soil in use have at least been 3 years free of any chemical treatment before the harvest.
✔ Flash-frozen after harvest for maximum conservation of vitamins and nutritional values.
Please note that non-processed, non-GMO, and chemical-free produce will always have a minor degree of defects (less than 5%) these may include, decolorations, insect damage, broken damage, crumble damage, squashed damage, over or under maturity, and minor natural non-harmful mold.
|Package Dimensions||16 x 9 x 30cm (6.2" x 3.5" x 11.8")|
Shipping & Handling
|Shipping||Shipping and delivery is frozen|
|Handling||Keep frozen below -18°C (0°F)|
|Expiration||Check product label, usually more than 12 months.|
|Packaging||Resealable food-grade aluminum pouch|
|Country of Origin||Chile
|Importer||Horizon Farms, Inc.
|Organic Certificates||Australian Certified Organic (ACO) - Certificate Number: 10817|
|Other||Please note that there may be some loss in shape, insect bites, scratches, or mold on the inside that cannot be seen during visual inspections, but they are not harmful and can be removed. Thank you for your understanding.|
|Nutritional Facts||100g serving size
Total Fat: <1g
Fat Saturated: <1g
Total Carbohydrate: 15.7g
Carbohydrate Sugar: 10.1g
Thanks to Horizon Farms` organic blackberries, I can rest assured I am getting high quality berries that are nutritious, delicious, and safe. I will definitely be a repeat customer.
Translated from Japanese: I was able to buy these for the first time in a while, as they had been sold out for a long time. They’re sweet, moderately tart, and delicious. I’ve been enjoying them as a snack every day with high expectations because they contain the highest amount of ellagic acid among berries, which has a high anti-aging effect.
Translated from Japanese: I put them in my smoothie every morning. They taste great. However, I was surprised to find small hard seeds in each piece, and I have weak teeth. Please be careful, everyone.
I’m very impressed with the quality of berries. It’s hard to find blackberries in Japan on the market. Thanks to Horizon Farm, I can even get a pack of organic ones.
Translated from Japanese: I love berries. The last time I bought mixed berries, I especially enjoyed the blackberries so much that I wanted them exclusively, but they had been out of stock for a long time. I was so happy when I received an email saying they were back in stock that I immediately ordered 3 kg without even thinking about the space in my freezer. My freezer is full, but I’m happy. Haha!
I eat them with raspberries and blueberries for breakfast. Considering the current world situation and logistics, they’re really precious and much appreciated. I’d like to eat them consciously.