Marionberries

  • Fresh season typically July 10th through August 10th
  • Medium-sized (5.0g) dark red to black berry with a medium seed and central receptacle.
  • Known as the “Cabernet of Blackberries” for its complex, rich earthy flavor
  • Bred at Oregon State University and raised primarily in Oregon
  • Named after Marion County, Oregon
  • Oregon produces 28-33 million pounds annually

Health Benefits

  • High in ellagic acid (5.83 mg/g) - a known chemopreventative.
  • Contains high levels of anthocyanins (109-155 mg per 100g), polyphenolic compounds that protect against cancer, heart and circulatory diseases and age related mental decline
  • High in antioxidants (28 μmole TE/g per g.) measured as ORAC (PE) (Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity) - one measure of the antioxidant levels of substances. The ORAC of blueberries, a known antioxidant, is 24 μmole TE/g per g.
  • Contains high levels of strong antioxidants such as Vitamin C, gallic acid and rutin that help promote circulatory health and fight against cancer.
  • Eating whole berries has been shown in scientific studies to be more beneficial that taking the individual phytochemicals in the form of dietary supplements.




The 2019 berry season has come to an end. Thank you to everyone
for your support. We hope to see you all next year.


Farm fresh berries from a scenic Hillsboro Oregon homestead since 1853