What we are looking for to purchase
We are looking to purchase berries, forest fruits and herbs
What we produce
Packaged, freshly frozen berries

We are looking for

  • Forest fruits: blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cranberries, spruce, rose hips.
  • Raspberry: Mekeer, Willamette, Tulameen, Polka…
  • Mushroom: Boletus, Foxglove, Black Trumpet, Bright Spruce
  • Herbs: Calling and Bear’s Onion

What we produce

We produce packaged fruits, herbs and mushrooms. Either frozen, fresh or dried up.

A long-standing tradition

The experience and tradition gained by collecting the fruits of nature in this part of Bosnia and Herzegovina and it’s untouched landscape. A symbiosis of traditional and modern that is recognized in the European market.

We buy berries, mushrooms and herbs in the following municipalities: Gornji Vakuf – Uskoplje, Bugojno and Travnik

Our storage capacities

The freezing process

We have three tunnels for deep freezing, the so-called shock chambers with capacities of 3/24, 6/24 and 12/24 tons.

The dehydration process

We also have a dryer with a capacity of 1.5/24 tons.

The Forest blackberry

lat. Rubus fructicosus


Is a plant of the genus Robus (rose family) and a climber that can grow from 50 to 300 cm and has a tree covered with thorns. It blooms from June to August after which the berries appear red to dark blue and almost black.


Blackberries have great nutritional value and contain a lot of vitamins like C, K B9 and the essential mineral manganese. The are also rich in fiber.


They aregood for digestion, maintaining weight and lowering cholesterol. It is very rich in antioxidants, which ranks it among the top ten healthiest foods. 

The Rosehip

lat. R. canina

Rosehip is extremely rich in vitamin C, and also contains vitamins A, B1, B2, D and E, fatty acids, antioxidant flavonoid, manner and carotene.


It is said to have various medical properties, from the elimination of fatigue, tiredness, anemia, as well as anti-inflammatory properties in inflammation of internal organs.

It is most often used in tea with the addition of hibiscus or linden. Jams and marmalades are very enjoyable aswell.


It is recommended for the elderly, or on winter days when colds are common.

The Forest raspberry

lat. Rubus idaeus

Is a plant of the genus Robus (rose family). It grows at an altitude of 400 to 800 meters and has a herbaceous stem and shrub that grows up to 150 cm tall. It blooms from May to June.



The fruit and leaves have medicinal properties. The leaves contain tannin, flavonoids and organic acids that are used to treat the cardiovascular and digestive systems. The fruit is a source of phytochemicals and ellagic acid, and is used to make syrups that strengthen the heart, lower body temperature and protect against infectious diseases.


The fruit extract acts against the virus, lowers blood sugar, prevents the proliferation of cancer cells.

The Boletus

lat. Boletus edulis

Is a ladder fungus that grows in deciduous and coniferous forests. It is most often found on sunny slopes covered with moss. It is one of the most fermented mushrooms and beacuse of that it achieves a high price on the market.


The semi-circular hat is light to dark brown in color, with a thick white recognizable tail and a pleasant fresh smell of flesh.It grows after summer rains, in a semicircle, hidden under leaves or needles.


It is prepared fresh, fried, dried and pickled with various spices in oil.

The Chanterelle

lat. Cantharellus cibarius

It is an edible and very delicious mushroom. The cap has a wavy edge, pale orange or yellow, 3-8 cm in diameter, short stem, up to 8 cm long. The petals on the underside of the cap are lighter than the color of the cap, partially descending down the stem.


The flesh is pale yellow, with a fine odor reminiscent of apricots. The taste of a fresh mushroom is a bit spicy.


Top quality edible mushroom. One of the few mushrooms rich in vitamin C, also vitamin D. It also can be eaten raw.

The Bear's bow

lat. Allium ursinum

A species of wild edible plant of the genus Allium. The plant is related to onion and garlic. Croatian folk names are also crijemuš, srijemuš, wild onion, forest onion.


It grows mainly in forests throughout Europe and in parts of Asia and North Africa.


All parts of the plant are edible – bulbs, leaves, flower stalks, flower and immature, green fruits. For eating, the leaves are picked until flowering, noting that the tastiest ones are completely young, before the flower stalk erupts. According to archaeological findings, the plant has been used for about 5,000 years.

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