Blackberries in Light Syrup by Oregon Fruit Products
Oregon Fruit Products - Blackberries in Light Syrup - 15 oz. (425 g)
Oregon Fruit Blackberries in Light Syrup are 100% natural and grown in the USA. Oregon Fruit Products Blackberries are perfect for making Blackberry Pie using Oregon Blackberries, grown from the perfect mixture of Northwest climate: afternoon heat and evening chill.
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Fine canned fruit and berries from the Northwest.
From their fields and orchards to your table…
What makes Oregon Fruit Products' fruits and berries so good? For starters, they are supplied by local growers (located as close as 10 miles from their cannery). That means you'll enjoy their fruits and berries at the peak of their ripeness — and freshness.
Oregon Fruit Products' home is in Oregon's beautiful Willamette Valley, one of the best geographical areas in the world for growing their preferred hand–harvested fruits and berries. Oregon Fruit also has deep "roots" in harvesting quality (they've been family owned and operated since the 1920's), which ensures that each of their products carries the experience and expertise of people who know specialty fruits.
Customers from around the world have come to cherish the quality and flavor of Oregon Fruit Products. Give them a try, and make your next meal or dessert something special.
About Oregon Fruit Products
Established in 1935, Oregon Fruit Products Co. is a third generation, family owned and operated company nestled in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley. Their mild, wet weather produces some of the most delicious fruits found anywhere in the world. Oregon Fruit packs their fruit, vine and tree ripened (never green) so you can be assured you're getting the most flavorful
Use for cobblers, pie fillings, smoothies, or on ice cream.
|Oregon Fruit Products - Blackberries in Light Syrup - 15 oz. (425 g) |
|Serving Size: 1/2 cup (140 g)|
|Servings Per Container: about 3|
|Amount Per Serving
||% Daily Value*|
| Calories from Fat
| Saturated Fat
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| Dietary Fiber
|Vitamin A 6%
||Vitamin C 6%|
|* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. |
|Ingredients: Blackberries, Water and Sugar. |
About Oregon Fruit Products
Founded in 1935, Oregon Fruit Products Company is a third generation family owned and operated company still located in Salem, Oregon. We take pride in the high quality and consistent products we provide to the marketplace, along with service and integrity not commonly found in today’s business world.
Our fruits and berries are grown in the fertile Willamette Valley, an area blessed with mild winters and springs. During these seasons, we receive most of our 45 inches of annual rainfall. The mild winter, followed by warm sunny summer days, gives our fruit a flavor, size and natural sweetness unparalleled in the world.
Though our roots grow deep, Oregon Fruit Products is facing the future with an innovative spirit. We are constantly working to respond to the needs of an ever–changing marketplace. This year we are reaching out to the Food Service industry, to support them in providing their customers with the fruit and berry dishes they love. Customer feedback is important to us, and is the basis of our efforts to develop new products.
The loyalty of our customers over the years is cherished by Oregon Fruit Products. We hope that this site will be a useful tool for finding valuable resources, contacting us, purchasing our products and more…
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