Blackcurrant: fruit of a perennial collaboration

Blackcurrant: fruit of a perennial collaboration

We invite you to visit the Vexin region of Northern France, where Les vergers Boiron and Agral Fruits Rouges have been working for two generations to produce quality blackcurrants.

Blackcurrant

In this issue of my-vb magazine, we present a video report on the production of blackcurrants (Andega variety) in the Vexin region in Northern France, with our partner Agral Fruits Rouges.
This collaboration, which has continued without any interruption for 30 years and over two generations, is emblematic of the Les vergers Boiron philosophy, working closely with its preferred suppliers based on three key words: terroir, trust, exchange… As you will see in this video, everything is done to guarantee optimal fruit quality every single year, but also to ensure the permanence of the farm and the proper upkeep of the soil and the plants. This is truly sustainable development in the best sense of the term!

 

 

While you’re here, check out or previous reports on collaboration between Les vergers Boiron and its farming partners, including :

 

Citrus growers in Sicily

 

Bellerime peaches producers in Mirmande in the Drôme region of Northern Provence

 

Fig orchard in Solliès-Pont in Southern Provence.