Fresh Elderberries
Fresh Elderberries

Fresh Elderberries

Regular price$20.00
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One pound of fresh, destemmed elderberries ready to use in your immune boosting recipes. Keep refrigerated. Wash and cook before enjoying. Use or freeze within 3-5 days of harvest date on label. Our elderberries are grown without the use of any pesticides or chemicals.

Available locally at Sickler's Circle View Farm
450 Bridgeton Pike
Monroeville, NJ 08343
Thursday & Friday 11AM-5PM
Saturday 9AM-4PM
Sunday 10AM-4PM

If you live in southern New Jersey and would like to pick up your purchase to save on shipping, please choose "Free Local Pick Up - Elmer, NJ" at checkout. After you place your order, we will contact you via e-mail with our location address and to set up a time that is convenient for you to pick up.

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Elderberry FAQs

Refriderate your elderberries to maintain freshness. It is recommended to use fresh elderberries 3-5 days from the harvest date.

Yes! If you cannot process your elderberries right away, you can place them in the freezer. Elderberries come in a freezer safe bag.

There are approximately 3.5-4 cups of elderberries per one pound bag.

Yes, elderberries need to be cooked before eating.

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At Copper Knoll Farms, our mission is to produce the highest quality products that reduce stress while promoting self care. We strive to manage our farmland and forest in an environmentally friendly, sustainable manner while conserving resources and wildlife. Our goal is educate and share our farm with customers to enhance their understanding of how forest ecosystems can be productive agricultural spaces.

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