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Montana needs more value-added centers | Columnists


Dark-pigmented fruits have been proven to provide immense organic health benefits. It grows in USDA zones 2 through 8. It is a perennial woody bush that has a 30-year life cycle. Dried powder from Haskap berries can be a nutraceutical superfood, food-coloring, has makeup applications, etc. The fresh berry can be eaten directly as well, or made into jams or wine.

Dried goods have great shelf-life and are light in trucks. In an ideal situation, our state government, along with our schools and private investment, should work together creating new ways to empower our farmers. Value-added…



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