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Bernis and Jim Ingvaldson sell honeyberry, or edible blue honeysuckle, plants at their Bagley, Minn., farm. Submitted photo

Bagley couple grow, sell honeyberry, a ‘mystery berry’

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BAGLEY, Minn. – The honeyberry is oblong like a strawberry, but it doesn’t taste like a strawberry. It’s blue, too, but it doesn’t taste like a blueberry.

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“It tastes like a mystery berry,” said Bernis Ingvaldson, co-owner of The Honeyberry Farm here. “It tastes like you put all your berries together in a smoothie, and you aren’t really sure what it is.”

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