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 elements Value for 100g Mineral Elements Value for 100g Vitamins Value for 100g Calories 52,6 kcal Potassium (K) 89,0 mg C 11,0 mg Water 86,3 g Calcium (Ca) 20,0 mg A 1,75 µg Carbohydrates 11,5 g Phosphor (P) 16,0 mg β-karoteen 21 µg Fiber 3,7 g Magnesium (Mg)) 9,0 mg B1 0,05 mg Proteins 0,8 g Manganese (Mn) 3,2 mg B2 0,04 mg Lipids 1,2 g Sodium (Na) 2,0 mg B3 0,50 mg Ashes 0,3 g Ferrum (Fe) 0,4 mg B5 0,12 mg Fructose 4,2 g Copper (Cu) 0,07 mg B6 0,01 mg Glucose 4,3 g Zinc (Zn) 0,18 mg E 1,6 mg Saccharose 0,2 g Iodine (I) 0,15 μg Folaadid 2,0 µg Starch 0,1 g Chromium (Cr) 1,0 μg