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Olallieberries

Olallieberries

In Season: Peak availability is August through September Olallieberries were first developed in 1949 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture at Oregon State University by crossing a Loganberry with a Youngberry. The result was named Olallie, a Native American word meaning "blackberry." Genetically, the olallieberry is approximately two-thirds blackberry and one-third European red raspberry. Sweet-tart in flavor, most olallieberries are used in preserves and award-winning wine.