Description:Sea Buckthorn is a deciduous shrub that requires full sunlight for growth. Sea Buckthorn fruit can vary in shape and colour, but are normally egg-shaped berries that range from yellow to bright orange in colour.
Peak Season:Late August
Handling:Sea Buckthorn berries should be placed in cool areas and cleaned before consuming. The berries can also be frozen.
Preparation:Sea Buckthorn berries can be used to make juice, beer, wine, jam, preserves, compote and tea (from the leaves). The oil from the seeds and berry pulp are the most valuable component of the berry.
Nutritional InformationVitamin C, B1, B2, E, F, K, P
High in protein