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Below you will find some Top Tips to planting your very own bumper crop!

  1.   Plant boysenberries in free draining soil from June to August.
  2.   Boysenberries are best planted in a sunny sheltered spot.
  3.   Feed regularly with seaweed foliage sprays & liquid fish fertilisers.
  4.   Cut off the old canes in winter as new ones will grow.
  5.   Water plants daily from when they start to flower and all through summer.Boysenberries

 

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blackProfessor Mark Willems visited Sujon as part of a tour of the NZ Blackcurrant industry. Prof Willems is using Sujon blackcurrant powder for a number of sports-based research projects in 2016. For a summary of his 2015 work check out our website: http://www.sujonpowder.com/latestresearch.htm

Our Sujon powder is also being used in an MBIE-funded NZ-Japan Joint 3 year research programme looking at the potential of blackcurrant phytonutrients to assist in glycation. This research could have huge relevance for metabolic syndrome and diabetes!

GETTING THE BEST FROM YOUR FROZEN SUJON® BERRIES - Another sujon.co.nz articleOur Sujon frozen berries continue to be the market leader in NZ and we’re proud of the one-to-one relationships we have developed with our grower-suppliers.

 

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From left: Emma Grant (Professional Cyclist), Michelle Manson (Sujon), Sue and John Gibb (Sujon), Anneke Jenkins, NZ Triathlete, and Javier Gomez (Spanish Triathlete)

…And to all those athletes around the world who use our Sujon powder under a non-Disclosure Agreement: we understand why and CONGRATULATIONS on your individual and team achievements in 2015: we’re proud you trust us and our product and that in some small way we are part of your successes.

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Serves 4 to 6

Ingredients sangria
1/4 cup honey
1/2 cup brandy
1 cup Sujon blueberries
1 cup Sujon raspberries
1 cup Sujon blackberries
1×750-ml bottle Pinot noir wine
Soda, chilled
Mint & Lemon for garnish

Directions
Combine the honey with a tablespoon of water and heat on stovetop or microwave until melted.

In a pitcher, whisk the melted honey with the brandy until evenly combined. Add the berries and stir. Add the wine and stir.

Chill Sangria overnight — or even an hour or two — it really deepens the fruit flavour.

Serve topped with chilled soda (for the sweet tooth you can use ginger ale instead) over ice. Be sure that each serving gets some berries too! Slice the lemon and place one or two slices on top with the mint leaves for garnish.

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Sujon Berries are from…

Posted: December 2, 2015 in Uncategorized

Our Sujon individual products of Boysenberries, Blackcurrants, Blackberries, Rhubarb and Gooseberries are always from NZ.

Our Raspberries are from Chile/NZ, our Strawberrieberries2s are from USA, South America or NZ, Our Blueberries are from NZ, Canada or Chile.

Our dark Sweet cherries and cranberries are from Canada.

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