Did you know that eating strawberries can help reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease? They go great in salads, smoothies, muffins, desserts, or just plain. Why not add them to your diet?
We have frozen berries available for your thanksgiving brunches and your berry desserts!
Did you know frozen blueberries are a great snack for kids and adults?!?! We eat them straight out of the freezer.
Need some? We have them in 3 and 5 lb. bags for $3 per pound. Call today to arrange a time to pick some up!
We have frozen berries available year round. All berries come frozen whole in 3 lb. bags and 30 lb. boxes. Our strawberries also come in 1 and 2 gallon buckets sliced. They are available sweetened or unsweetened. Our raspberries are offered in 6 lb. buckets and 40 lb. boxes. They are unsweetened and ready for jam or pie filling. Our blueberries are available, frozen whole, in 5 lb. bag.
We are closed for the season! Thanks so much for another great summer. Remember that we have frozen available year round.
We will be closed this Sunday, August 30. Our hours next week will be 9-12. Please call ahead to order your berries. Thanks so much.
Our Lynden stand will be closing for the season on Saturday, August 15. We will remain open at the farm but our hours will be limited. We will open each morning at 9 and will be closing at 5. We will have strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries available.
We have lots of frozen blueberries that would be perfect for pies, jams, wine, or infusing vodka. Call us and place and order or stop by the farm and buy some.
Strawberries, Raspberries, Blackberries and Blueberries are available, fresh or frozen. Our blackberries and blueberries are available for u-pick. We are still open at the farm and at our Lynden location.
We here at Barbie's Berries are excited to bring you fresh produce this agricultural season. We estimate that the picking of Strawberries will begin sometime in May, and U-Pick will follow shortly after.
If the wait is too long, we sell frozen Strawberries, Blueberries, Blackberries, and Raspberries picked just last season.