As a guide, in Poland, raw and unsorted berries sell for around $2.55 or clean and frozen for $4.15 a pound. In North America, comparable fresh and unsorted sell for $2.75 and commercial clean and frozen sell for an average of $5.00.Click to see full answer. Thereof, how do you pick Haskap berries? Haskap Harvest Haskap flowers are borne early on stems and thus produce one of the earliest berry crops (even ahead of Strawberries). Berries are ready to be picked by mid to late June. These berries will look ripe 1-2 weeks before they are truly ready to be eaten.Similarly, how do you dry Haskap berries? Fresh berries do not dehydrate well in the electric dryer. The berries are of uneven size so dry unevenly, with the smaller ones turning crisp and the larger berries staying juicy, even after a day in the dryer. Better just to leave them out for a month and let them dehydrate naturally. Accordingly, where do Haskap berries come from? Haskap berries come from varieties common to a circumpolar species native to northern boreal forests in Asia, Europe, and North America. It is mainly found in low lying wet areas or high in mountains, in a variety of soil and growing conditions.What is Haskap Berry Good For?Health benefits of the haskap have earned it the ancient phrase “the berry of long life and good vision”. A number of nutritional benefits include high vitamin C and A, high fiber and potassium. They also have high levels of antioxidants, anthocyanins, poly phenols and bioflavonoids.