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Barberry (Jellied)
Barberry is made from the beautiful bunches of bright red fruit of the barberry bush. Barberry can be eaten on toast, but is usually served as an accompaniment game or fowl. (more...)
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Chokecherry (Jellied)
Chokecherry jelly was a common condiment on farms generations ago. It is tart and flavourful. (more...)
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Cloudberry Compote
Cloudberry is related to the raspberry but the fruit is bigger and tastes like a cross between passion fruit and apricot. (more...)
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Elderberry (Jellied)
Elderberry Jelly is made from the juice of the blue-black berries of the wild elderberry. It has a distinctive, rich taste. (more...)
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High Bush Cranberry (Jellied)
High bush cranberries have a strong earthy flavour that is well suited to game and fowl dishes. Use as a sauce, glaze or add to a gravy. (more...)
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Red Huckleberries (Jellied)
Red Huckleberries are full-flavoured berries found in Canada only in British Columbia. (more...)
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Salal (Jellied)
Salal berries were once one of the most important crops for the Aboriginal inhabitants of coastal British Columbia. (more...)
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Pin Cherry (Jellied)
Pin cherries grow in abundance across mid-northern Canada. They have a bright, fresh, cherry flavour and are excellent on fresh bread, scones, or toast. (more...)
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Oregon Grape Jelly
Oregon grapes are not grapes, but berries that grow along the Pacific coast. Although related to barberry, they taste similar to a sharp wild grape. (more...)
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Salmonberry Compote
Salmonberries grow exclusively in British Columbia. They have a sharp flavour similar to their relative, the wild raspberry. (more...)
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Saskatoon Berry Compote
Saskatoons are delicious berries from the prairies that have a taste similar to wild blueberries but with a distinctive almond essence. (more...)
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Blackberry Compote
Blackberries grow in the wild across Canada, from British Columbia to the Maritimes. (more...)
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Blueberry Compote
Blueberries are without a doubt Canada’s best known and most popular wild fruit. Our wild blueberries are hand-picked in the far north. (more...)
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Canada Plum Compote
Wild Canada plums grow mainly in central and eastern areas, from Manitoba and around the Great Lakes to New Brunswick. These small full bodied fruits have an exceptional semi-tart flavour. (more..)
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Wild Riverbank Grape (Jellied)
Our wild grapes are produced by the river or river-bank grape and have a strong, sharp, exceptionally full-flavoured taste. (more...)
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Lingonberry Compote
Wild Lingonberries are also called mountain cranberries and partridgeberries. They are an absolutely spectacular fruit that many prefer to cranberries, as they are sweeter and less tart. (more...)
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Strawberry Compote
Our wild strawberries are harvested in Northern Ontario and Quebec and are full of flavour. (more...)
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