The best of raspberry, blackberry and loganberry.
Boysenberries are a cross between raspberries, blackberries and loganberries and unites the best of these three fruits. This deep red berry consists of many individual little fruits. It is round in shape and about twice the size of a raspberry. Its sweet, slightly sour aroma is simultaneously reminiscent of raspberries and blackberries.
The “invention” of the fruit dates back to 1920. It was named after the Californian breeder Rudolph Boysen. Since the 1930s, boysenberries have also been cultivated in New Zealand – now one of the largest cultivation areas, with ideal conditions.
Its high vitamin C content, protective plant dyes (anthocyanins), iron, and dietary fibers justify the boysenberry’s reputation as a true superfruit. Their balanced taste and health-promoting properties makes them perfect for use in juices, dairy products, jams, jellies or ice cream.
Bösch Boden Spies cooperates with Boysenberries New Zealand Limited, the world’s largest exporter. The company sets very high quality standards, with exceptionally accurate traceability for each batch.
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