Sujon Berryfruit Bistro

-Making the Most of the Best Berries In The World!
New Zealand chefs, caterers and bakers are amongst the best and most innovative in the world; always looking for new innovations and exciting new food ideas.

Some New and Classic Berry Ideas from the team at Sujon®

Berries adds both a spritzy zing and beautiful colour. If a health focus is your thing: berries are a must!

And the frozen berries help keep the Smoothie cool in more ways than one.

Fruit Salad-
A sprinkle of berries adds magic to any fruit salad mix: bright purples, blues, blacks and or reds to create visual excitement.

Green Salads too!
Berries don’t have to start at dessert: with their cleansing acid-sweet bite and brilliant colours they work wonderfully well with green salads and especially with salty cheeses.

An exceptionally versatile summer salsa.

Latin American salsas (chopped uncooked ‘sauces’) go great with NZ casual cuisine: try one of the Sujon berry varieties with finely diced red onions and chopped mint, skinned seeded tomatoes and balanced with caster sugar and white wine vinegar: Perfect with cold meat cuts and especially grilled meats of all types.

A delicious treat!


Berries and Chocolate is the new magic-Muffin ‘mix’. Try low-acid berries with white chocolate and tart berries with dark chocolate.




A baked pudding based on a simple pancake batter that’s made brilliant with berries! Fold frozen berries into the batter, bake and serve warm with cream or icecream. Great for a summer night: perfect for a light but warming winter dessert.

Cheeseboard Comfit
Berries simmered with citrus juice and thickened with a little arrowroot is the perfect cheeseboard partner: different berries with different cheeses: an amazing cheeseboard conversation piece!


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