Why are berries so good?


Blueberry is a favorite berry of many Finns. Tt is high in fiber and contains vitamins C and E, fiber and polyphenols. Thanks to its polyphenols, blueberries have a variety of effects on maintaining health. You can snack the blueberries as is or make many different smoothies or other desserts.


This red summer treat is rich in vitamin C and also vitamin B. Strawberry contains healthy flavonoids and other polyphenols. This summer delicacy also contains quite a lot of fibers that are important for stomach health. Strawberry easily loses its taste when frozen, but the IQF method we use preserves the strawberry flavors and freshness.


These sweet pink treats are like healthy candies! Raspberries contain a lot of fiber, more than many other berries. Raspberries also contain more folate than other berries. For Finns, folate deficiency is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies, so raspberries are a great treat for us Finns! Raspberries are also rich in calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and manganese.


Cloudberry is a great source of vitamin C, as a rich deciliter of cloudberries meets the daily vitamin C needs. The vitamin C content of the cloudberry is 2-4 times higher than that of orange. Carotenoids are also found in cloudberry, which act as antioxidants in the body. There are also flavonoids in the cloudberry that act as antioxidants. Flavonoids prevent rancidity of fatty acids and thus may protect the body.


In addition to vitamins A and E, this high-fiber berry also contains various minerals and micronutrients. Lingonberry is also one of the best berries in terms of antioxidant effectiveness. The antioxidant effect of lingonberry prevents the body from fattening.


This green summer treat is very low in calories, so by eating them you won’t gain weight! The antioxidants found in peas are good for the skin. Peas also contain a minerals that improves resistance, such as iron, zinc and calcium. Polyphenolite, found in peas, prevent several diseases.


Mushrooms are a very light food because most of the weight is made up of water. There is also almost no fat in the mushrooms. The protein content is higher than in vegetables. Mushrooms also contain vitamins D and B, are rich in micronutrients and have a lot of phytochemicals that have different health benefits.