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Grown in Boone, Iowa

Aronia berries, also known as chokeberries, have high levels of antioxidants. Anthocyanins, which give berries their dark rich color, are over five times greater in aronia than in cranberry juice, and are vitamin and mineral rich. The tart taste of aronia berries comes from their tannins, and can be reduced through freezing, increasing their sweetness and making them taste more like blackberries. Aronia berries can be dehydrated, used in baking breads and muffins, or made into delicious jellies and jams.

Iowa Choice Harvest's frozen Aronia Berries are currently available for wholesale orders only.


All Iowa Choice Harvest products must be cooked to at least 165° F for at least two minutes before eating.

farmer in a field holding aronia berriesIowa Choice Harvest's farmers are excited to share their aronia berry harvest with you!

Frozen Aronia Berries, Serving size 30 berries, Total fat 0g, Total Carbohydrates 5g (2%), Dietary fiber 2g (8%), Sugars 3g, Protein 0g, Calcium 2%