These are the highest quality fruit sold either fresh off the fields
or quickly frozen and packaged. Frozen berries are always
free-flowing and can be moved into any size container for
storage in your home freezer.
- 15-pound Fresh flat — $62
- per pound Fresh — $4.20
- 5-pound box Frozen — $25
- 20-pound box Frozen — $90
These are our seconds because they are not cosmetically perfect.
They are very sweet and excellent for smoothies or cooking down.
These berries are generally, but not entirely, free-flowing
when frozen; any clumping is relatively minor.
- 5-pound box of jam/smoothie seconds — $18
- 20-pound box of jam/smoothie seconds — $60
The "tarts" or "pinks" are slightly under ripe fruit that is preferred by
bakers for making pies and other baked goods that are normally sweetened.
- 20-pound box of tart pinks — $55
Royal Blueberry Organic Fruit Spread
We offer our own delicious blueberry fruit spread in 10-ounce jars.
- 10-ounce jar — $4.50
- 12-jar case — $50
Available in a variety of colors and sizes.
- Child short-sleeve tee-shirt — $10
(Available in light blue–M, L & XL)
- Adult short-sleeve tee-shirt — $14
(Available in light blue–S, L & XL; heather blue–L, XL & XXL; royal blue–XXL; purple–XL & XXL)
- Adult long-sleeve tee-shirt — $18
(Available in royal blue–XL & XXL; dark blue–XL & XXL; heather blue–XL)
by Oregon Tilth
Royal Blueberries is 100% certified organic under US Department of Agriculture regulations.
Royal Blue Organics
Royal Blueberries Product Information
Contact Us for the latest information on this year's harvest.
We expect to start picking fresh at the end of June or early July with berries possible into early August.
The timing of the season is weather dependent. Frozen berries are available all year.
See Purchase Berries for where Royal Blueberries are available.
Also, check our facebook page where we will strive to post updates during the harvest season.
Product Sizes & Prices
We offer frozen berries in several types and size selections. For planning purposes, five pounds of berries fill a one-gallon freezer bag.