New partnership aims to create "superfruit industry" around novel berry crop

A new partnership between the James Hutton Institute, its commercial subsidiary and the newly launched Scottish Honeyberry Cooperative aims to turn Scotland into a "world leader" in the cultivation and processing of honeyberries.

by Gavin McEwan
Ruari MacLeod - image: JHI
Ruari MacLeod - image: JHI

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