Cloudberry / Rubus chamaemorus
- Cloudberry – wild growing forest berry
- Flowers bloom in June/July and the berries are ripe in July/August
- Our berries come from regions Russia, Finland and Estonia.
- Cloudberries are rich in C vitamins
- Cloudberries are grow around inaccessible swamps which contribute to its exclusivity
- The plant itself can handle a temperature span 40°C – +30°C, but not the flowers, which are
very sensitive to low temperature.
- No Berries will develop if the flower is damaged
by frost during blooming period
- The flowers sensitivity is the reason to the
uneven harvest quantity each year.
- Cloudberries – are used for jams, making compotes, juices and liquors, served with meat dishes and deserts or used in ice-cream, etc.
- We supply hand-picked and IQF fresh frozen wild cloudberry
- The berries are packaged as required by our clients.
- Most of the EuroBerries products are shipped to the food industries as a frozen berries.
- We deliver berries worldwide.
|Nutrition Elements||Value for 100g||Mineral Elements||Value for 100g||Vitamins||Value for 100g|
|Calorie||51 kcal||Calcium (Ca)||18,0 mg||C||158,0 mg|
|Water||87,0 g||Ferrum (Fe)||0,70 mg||A||10,5 μg|
|Carbohydrates||8,60 g||Phosphor(P)||35,0 mg||B1||0,05 mg|
|Ashes||1,20 g||B2||0,07 mg|
|Proteins||2,40 g||B3||0,90 mg|