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Sustainably harvested in ecologically clean areas of Belorussian forest. 100% Organic birch sap and organic birch sap concentrate can be obtained from us in bulk quantities.

Package: 210kg aseptic bag inside a 220l barrel with removable cap, 4 barrels per pallet.

  • With Antioxidant: citric acid
  • Without citric acid
  • Birch sap concentrate

Our berries are hand picked in the wild forest of Northern Europe. The berries are then cleaned and frozen in to class A by IQF method. They are stored in this form and freeze dried at a later stage of when needed.

What is freeze drying?

Freeze drying is a process of dehydrating frozen food so the moisture content changes from frozen form to gaseous form without having to go through the intermediate liquid form. This results in in the product keeping its original form, texture, taste and the nutritional values. 
It was first adapted on the wide use by the spaces agencies to insure that the astronauts get their required nutrients while they are in space. The freeze dried product have a long shelf life and minimise the presence of any bacteria that otherwise would be found in the food.

(Vaccinium Myrtillus)
Wild Blueberry – Bilberry
(Vaccinium Vitis-idaea)
Lingonberry
(Vaccinium Oxycoccos)
Wild cranberry

Description:
Healthy and clean kernels, grains and seeds without foreign odour and taste indicating spoiling

Package:
1 ton big bags

(Vaccinium Vitis-idaea)
IQF Lingonberry
(Vaccinium Myrtillus)
Wild Blueberry – Bilberry
(Vaccinium Oxycoccos)
Wild cranberry

What is Chaga? 

Chaga is a nutrient-rich medicinal mushroom from a birch tree, used in homeopathic and natural medicine. Rather than soft like a mushroom, chaga is hard, almost as hard as wood. It is unique, nothing like common mushrooms. In fact, chaga is the most nutritionally dense of all tree growths. Known by the Siberians as the “Gift from God” and the “Mushroom of Immortality,” this vibrant growth has been used by humans to support health for thousands of years. The Japanese call it “The Diamond of the Forest,” while the Chinese deem it “King of Plants”.