No, unfortunately, the courier won’t ship fruits overseas but they do travel well if you or anyone else can travel with them. They have been transported by car, train and plain to all various parts of Europe, Istanbul etc. and arrived in perfect condition, if packed in tightly sealed boxes.
Yes and yes. Both have been tried. Jam turns out great even without too much sugar because the berries are rather sweet. Afinata is better, however, made with the wild forest blueberries.
Bird and cow manure, and minerals for the plants to help them withstand temperature variations and prevent diseases. Only fertilizers approved for organic farming.
We are in the process of getting that certification. 2018 will be the 2nd year. The whole process takes roughly 4 years until complete.
Yes and they keep very well, even for months in the freezer. They can be used throughout winter for smoothies, cakes, on pancakes, or mixed in with oats, porridge etc. for breakfast.
Yes, we did wash and dry them before consuming and freezing them, just in case there is a lost spider or insect among them.
Rich in anti-oxidants and vit C., highly recommended for treatment of diabetes etc.
Yes, for orders over 50kgs. This can be negotiated or discussed over email or phone.
Yes we are happy to have visitors and to share the experience of picking the berries with all those interested.
It is in Toderita, com. Mandra, Brasov county, in beautiful Transylvania, Romania. There is a forest and a natural daffodils reserve on one side, grazing lands for the shephards, other blueberry plantations, and the Fagaras mountains, the highest mountain range in Romania.
Blueray, Chandler and Coville.
By courier or direct delivery in nearby cities (Brasov, Sibiu etc.) and Bucharest on weekends.
No, just fruits for the time being.
Not yet, but working on it.