Jogobella Garden Fruits
Strawberry & rhubarb

Jogobella Garden Fruits
Blackberry & raspberry

Jogobella Garden Fruits
Cherry & redcurrant

Jogobella Garden Fruits
Strawberry & blackcurrant

Strawberry & rhubarb Strawberry & rhubarb

Jogobella Garden Fruits Strawberry & rhubarb

Try the extraordinary combination of extra-large strawberry and rhubarb chunks - their taste will remind you of home garden-cultivated fruits.

Blackberry & raspberry Blackberry & raspberry

Jogobella Garden Fruits Blackberry & raspberry

Try the extraordinary combination of extra-large blackberry and raspberry chunks - their taste will remind you of home garden-cultivated fruits.

Cherry & redcurrant Cherry & redcurrant

Jogobella Garden Fruits Cherry & redcurrant

Try the extraordinary combination of extra-large cherry and redcurrant chunks - their taste will remind you of home garden-cultivated fruits.

Strawberry & blackcurrant Strawberry & blackcurrant

Jogobella Garden Fruits Strawberry & blackcurrant

Try the extraordinary combination of extra-large strawberry and blackcurrant chunks - their taste will remind you of home garden-cultivated fruits.

Strawberry & rhubarb

Strawberry & rhubarb

Blackberry & raspberry

Blackberry & raspberry

Cherry & redcurrant

Cherry & redcurrant

Strawberry & blackcurrant

Strawberry & blackcurrant

Strawberry & rhubarb

100g of the product contains on average:
Calorific value
376 kJ / 89 kcal
Fat
2,7 g
- of which saturates
1,8 g
Carbohydrate
11,7 g
- of which sugar
11,2 g
Protein
3,5 g
Salt
0,15 g

Strawberry & rhubarb

Available packaging:

150 g

Strawberry & rhubarb

Strawberries have always had a reputation for being an aphrodisiac. With their red colour and heart shapes, they became a symbol of Venus, the Greek goddess of love. In France, there was even a tradition of serving strawberry soup to newlyweds. The first garden strawberries were produced 300 years ago in France thanks to King Louis XIV, a well-known admirer of the fruit. Strawberries originated through cross-breeding of the Virginian and Chilean woodland berries.

In 16th-Century France rhubarb was more valuable than cinnamon and in 17th-Century England more expensive than opium. It had numerous beneficial properties and for this reason was one of the most-commonly used plants in folk medicine. Is this a fruit or a vegetable? Well, it's added to pies, jams and compotes - a fruit, maybe?

Blackberry & raspberry

100g of the product contains on average:
Calorific value
376 kJ / 89 kcal
Fat
2,7 g
- of which saturates
1,8 g
Carbohydrate
11,7 g
- of which sugar
11,2 g
Protein
3,5 g
Salt
0,15 g

Blackberry & raspberry

Available packaging:

150 g

Blackberry & raspberry

During the Civil War, soldiers temporarily stopped fighting to pick blackberries. Both Confederates and Unionists believed drinking blackberry tea helped to prevent dysentery. Blackberries and raspberries are cousins. They both belong to the huge Rosaceae family of plants, known for its complicated family tree.

Filipinos hang raspberry branches above doors to protect their homes from evil spirits. The delicious raspberry known from our gardens is a priceless treasure trove of exquisite flavours, vitamins and minerals. Although the fruit has been known since prehistoric times, Europeans started cultivating it only in the Middle Ages.

Cherry & redcurrant

100g of the product contains on average:
Calorific value
386 kJ / 89 kcal
Fat
2,7 g
- of which saturates
1,8 g
Carbohydrate
11,7 g
- of which sugar
11,2 g
Protein
3,5 g
Salt
0,15 g

Cherry & redcurrant

Available packaging:

150 g

Cherry & redcurrant

In many cultures cherry blossom is a symbol of the fleeting nature of life, life's transience but also beauty. The Cherry is a member of the Rosaceae  family. Around 60 cherry species are cultivated in the temperate zone of the northern hemisphere, mainly eastern Asia.

There are more than 150 variants of the redcurrant. Some of them, for example the albino variant (= a white redcurrant!), would surprise even the wisest of men. These small shiny berries grow on low bushes, hanging from their branches like miniature jewels.

Strawberry & blackcurrant

100g of the product contains on average:
Calorific value
376 kJ / 89 kcal
Fat
2,7 g
- of which saturates
1,8 g
Carbohydrate
11,7 g
- of which sugar
11,2 g
Protein
3,5 g
Salt
0,15 g

Strawberry & blackcurrant

Available packaging:

150 g

Strawberry & blackcurrant

Strawberries have always had a reputation for being an aphrodisiac. With their red colour and heart shapes, they became a symbol of Venus, the Greek goddess of love. In France, there was even a tradition of serving strawberry soup to newlyweds. The first garden strawberries were produced 300 years ago in France thanks to King Louis XIV, a well-known admirer of the fruit. Strawberries originated through cross-breeding of the Virginian and Chilean woodland berries.

Do you like blackcurrants? If so, you are in for a happy love life and satisfying relationships. According to some mystics these are the beneficial effects of eating the small black berries. You don't believe it? We heard it works even if you don't. There's no harm in trying, though! Especially which the blackcurrant grows on the vast plains of central Poland and hills of the southern Poland. It is also widely cultivated.