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Member of the wild ribes!  

Gooseberries belong to the same fruit family as currants.


Gooseberries are grown on the south coast region of B.C. In recent years, they’ve become more popular due to their nutritional value.

Most Common Varieties:

  • Coastal black gooseberry  
  • Sticky gooseberry 
  • White-stemmed gooseberry  
  • Northern gooseberry  

Did you know?

  • Gooseberries contain a high level of pectin, which is great for making jams.
  • Gooseberries can remain on their bushes for up to four weeks without becoming overripe.
  • Gooseberries are more tolerant to high temperatures compared to currants.

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