Lingonberry / Vaccinium vitis-idaea


  • Lingonberry – wild growing forest berry
  • Flowers bloom in May/June and the berries are
    ripe in August/September
  • Our berries come from regions Russia, Finland and Estonia.
  • Lingonberries are naturally rich benzoic acid, which gives the berries long durability
  • Lingonberries are of the most common plant in Russia, Finland and Estonia.
  • The plant itself carries leaves all through the year, even in tough weather conditions and can
    handle a temperature span of – 40°C – +30°C
  • Lingonberries – are very popular berries used for jams, making jelly and compotes, bakery products, juices even serving meat dishes like “black budding”, health care products etc.
  • We supply  hand-picked and IQF fresh frozen wild lingonberries
  • 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 elementsValue for 100gMineral ElementsValue for 100gVitaminsValue for 100g
    Calories52,6 kcalPotassium (K)89,0 mgC 11,0 mg
    Water86,3 gCalcium (Ca) 20,0 mgA 1,75 µg
    Carbohydrates11,5 gPhosphor (P) 16,0 mgβ-karoteen 21 µg
    Fiber3,7 gMagnesium (Mg)) 9,0 mgB1 0,05 mg
    Proteins0,8 gManganese (Mn) 3,2 mgB2 0,04 mg
    Lipids1,2 gSodium (Na)2,0 mgB3 0,50 mg
    Ashes0,3 gFerrum (Fe)0,4 mgB5 0,12 mg
    Fructose4,2 gCopper (Cu) 0,07 mgB6 0,01 mg
    Glucose4,3 gZinc (Zn)0,18 mgE 1,6 mg
    Saccharose0,2 gIodine (I)0,15 μgFolaadid 2,0 µg
    Starch0,1 gChromium (Cr)1,0 μg

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