Chile has a unique geography. Nestled in the southwestern corner of South America, it’s home to an array of climates and soil types, making it ideal for the cultivation of a variety of trees and fruit species.
Chile’s agricultural region is protected by natural barriers, such as the Atacama Desert to the North, Patagonia to the South, the Andes Mountains to the East, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. These geographic conditions make Chile an ideal location for the cultivation and production of world class berries.
Nutritional Facts & Composition per 100 Grams
Navajo & Chester
24 months from elaboration date.
Storage Conditions: Temperature -18ºc
Our blackberries are harvested fresh, clean, healthy, and at their optimum ripeness, with an opaque black color. Once harvested, our blackberries are selected, packed, and finally stored at a temperature of -18.0°C/-0.4°F, the optimum temperature for preserving the blackberries. By doing this, we’re able to produce blackberries that are homogeneous in size and display their characteristic black color, making them extremely appealing to the consumer!