A sustainable and organic
family farm in Maule, Chile
Berries are our speciality!
Why choose our fruit?
Well, it makes sense!
We’re experienced family farmers.
We've been growing, picking and packing our own fruit for over a decade.
We´re organic fruit experts.
Our berries are in a class of their own.
We´re all about fresh.
This is our speciality and our point of pride.
We´re in the business of saying 'yes' and will create the perfect program for you.
We´re easy to talk to.
We speak English and Spanish. We´re good humoured, direct and transparent. And we always answer the phone!
We´re good people doing the right thing.
We value long term relationships with like-minded folk.
We care. Seriously we do.
We care about our planet and we want to make the people, that grow, sell and eat our blueberries happy.
What makes our berries look & taste so great?
Perfect weather conditions. Our summer days are hot and the nights are cool. This dramatic change in temperature sweetens our berries and colours them a strikingly-deep midnight blue.
Or maybe it´s because our berries are growing in rich organic soil, irrigated with pure mountain water and protected by a harmonious web of biodiversity.
Or perhaps it´s do with the heart and soul we pour into them....
When can we provide you with berries?
Blueberries: The middle of December until the end of March.
Blackberries: The middle of January until the middle of February.
This can vary slightly depending on the weather.
What varieties of blueberry do we have?
Why eat our berries?
They´re good for you.
Blueberries are a superfood bursting with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants and blackberries are full of vitamin C, K , manganese and are high in fibre.
A perfect combination of sweet and tart.
They´re grown in an ethical manner.
You´ll be supporting a family farm and their community.
You´ll be making a difference. Organic farming is good for everyone and everything.
They´re farmed in a sustainable way.
You'll be doing your bit to create a beautiful future for our planet.
Brigita, Brightwell & Tifblue
What varieties of blackberry do we have?