HASKAP

has long been known by ancient Japanese as

"the fruit of life longevity"

They are considered a super berry due to their amazing antioxidant potency and rich vitamin content, even in comparison of different berries.

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The Super Fruit of the Prairies

Haskap berries vary in shape, have small unobtrusive seeds and are juicy. The word Haskap comes from the Japanese name haskappu, meaning

“little presents at the end of branches.”

Haskap have their own unique taste, colour, and texture. The taste has been described as tart/sweet and juicy, somewhat like a raspberry. They have a powdery blue skin that is quite thin and melts in your mouth.

Prairie Hill Farms Facility
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Directions toMap toPrairie Hill Farms Ltd.

From Lethbridge:

Take the 25N exit toward Picture Butte

 

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Turn right onto Rogers Ave S/Hwy 519(signs for 519W)

From Coaldale

Head north on 20th St/845 N toward 18 Ave

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Turn left onto Hwy 519(signs for 519 West/Picture Butte)