Native to the Caucasus mountains in Eastern Europe, the wild blackberry is the fruit of the common bramble, a hardy shrub that grows naturally in hedges, on forest soils rich in silt.
Our wild blackberry grows in Serbia, close to partially unexploited forest areas. It offers woody flavors, enhanced by a very slight acidity. The sugar naturally present in the fruit brings sweetness and greediness to this blackberry, of an intense purple blue.
Our partner-producer has set up beehives, whose bees promote the pollination of plants, and uses pheromone jamming to disrupt the reproduction of harmful insects, such as the Asian fly.
The wild blackberry does not undergo any treatment, during and after the harvest, which is carried out by hand from August to September. It is frozen on the spot within hours to preserve all its organoleptic values.
For all your creations, both savory and sweet, Fruit'Purée Mûre is now available 100% no added sugar other than those naturally present in the fruit.