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Ingredients: Gooseberries, Water, Cane Sugar

Description

Our Gooseberries offer a bright, complex taste unique to their kind. These timeless, tart berries are picked ripe, bursting with character and combined with a light amount of pure cane sugar for sweetness. Create dessert, chutney or flavorful sauce for fish and chicken or surprise your guests with vibrant flavored beverages.

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Growers' Information

The gooseberry is indigenous to many parts of Europe and western, south and southeast Asia, and North America growing naturally in alpine thickets and rocky woods in the lower country, from France eastward, well into the Himalayas and peninsular India. Gooseberries are derived mostly from two species: the European gooseberry (Ribes grossularia), native to the Caucasus Mountains and North Africa; and the American gooseberry (R. hirtellum), native to northeastern and north-central United States and adjacent parts of Canada. "European" cultivars are pure species, but virtually all "American" cultivars also have European genes.
While most commercially available gooseberries come from Eastern Europe, a small quantity is grown in the Northwest.
Gooseberries grow best in summer humid, cool regions with great winter chilling.
Gooseberries are harvested in early Summer.