Y.V.Fresh was formed as a co-op farming community, to act as a support system to Australian berry farmers working within a competitive industry. We work together with upwards of 20 farms around Australia, all specialising in growing different types of berries. This system allows Y.V.Fresh and the farmers to work together and communicate one another’s knowledge on agronomic information, which includes plant genetics, plant physiology, meteorology, and soil science. Working tog
Here at Y.V.Fresh, we know all things berries. There is nothing better than biting into sweet, juicy, tangy berries for a quick snack or dessert. Berries are a family favourite, however, there is nothing worse than buying a punnet of tasteless blackberries that have been frozen time and time again due to importing and transportation. That is why we here at Y.V.Fresh preach about buying berries when they are in local season. So when are your favourite berries in season? Keep r
Every species on earth has a two part scientific name. This system is called binomial nomenclature and is used so that no matter where in the world someone is, or whichever language they speak; they can communicate using ambiguous names to discuss these living organisms. Today we’ve put together a game to get everyone learning the scientific names of our delicious fruit. Match up the berries listed below to their scientific name and let us know how many you get right. Answers
It is fair to say that by now most of us know that berries are good for us. They are a great source of vitamins, antioxidants and fibre that our bodies need in order to continue working properly. Therefore we need to make the most of our delicious fruit and try our best to consume it on a regular basis. Here at Y.V.Fresh we know that people like options. That’s why we have put together a list of the different ways you can consume berries. So here goes… 1. Fresh! Pretty obv
Kiwi-berries have just come into season and we are here to tell you a bit about our unusual fruit!
The kiwi-berry is the size of a grape with a thin, smooth, edible outer skin. The inside is sweet and juicy with vibrant green flesh and black seeds, giving it the same look as the common kiwi fruit. Now here are some fun facts about the Kiwi-berry! Its technical name is “Actinidia Arguta” Kiwi-berries look like grapes on the outside and Kiwi fruit on the inside. The whole frui