Saskatoon berries are purplish-blue berries that grow on bushes. They also go by the name, June berries, and service berries. They look much like a blueberry, but vary in size and color. Saskatoons are used in a wide variety of food items including juices, jams, and pie fillings.
I’ts a long-accepted fact that fruits are good for the body. Certain fruits, however, offer such a high amount of antioxidants and disease-fighting capabilities, they’ve earned the name superfruit for their superior level of health benefits.
Current demand for these berries outweighs the available supply. Once the true value of this commodity is realized by consumers, demand will continue to rise.