The Fruit of Longevity & Vision

Also known as Blue Honeysuckle and Honeyberry, the name Haskap is derived from the language of the native Ainu people of Hokkaido, Japan. The Japanese say Haskaps are the "fruit of longevity" and the "fruit of vision."

Haskap berries are often thought to be of the blueberry and cranberry family but they are more closely related to the honeysuckle.

Haskap berry skin has a similar colour to a blueberry but the haskap berry is oval in shape. The inside flesh is a rich maroon colour and very juicy. The skin is very delicate and the seeds are tiny giving the fruit a "melt-in-your-mouth" quality. It's slightly tart flavour is clean and refreshing. Haskap berries can be enjoyed fresh off the bush or frozen - perfect for desert toppings, smoothies, jams or juice.

Health Benefits
haskap berries on the branch

Little Presents At The End Of The Branch

The Japanese meaning for Haskap is "little presents at the end of the branch." They are as special as they are delicious.

Our organic haskap berries are power-packed with nutritional ingredients and they taste great! Their unique tangy fruit flavour includes hints of raspberry, blueberry and black currant.

More About Haskaps
  • haskap berry harvesting
  • Haskap berry sorting during harvest
haskap berry fruit bowl with watermelon

Haskaps For Your Health

With more antioxidant content than blueberries, high vitamin C content and it's punch of bright berry flavour, haskaps really are "The Better Berry!"

Recipes & Uses
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