Nova Scotia Proud


Our name is borne of intense pride in Nova Scotia's Celtic
heritage and draws inspiration from the pioneering Scots who were first
attracted to the province's highland-like terrain. Centuries after settling
here, Nova Scotia remains home to the largest Scots-Gaelic community outside of
Scotland. In fact, Nova Scotia is translated as "New Scotland" in
Scottish Gaelic (Alba Nuadh)


The Celtic knot in our logo is a loving and respectful tribute to the strength and resilience of the Scots who made the long and perilous trek across the ocean to settle this remarkable land.

  • Haskap Highland Orchards photo of a bowl of haskap berries close up
  • Haskap berries (lonicera caerulea) flourish in Canada's eastern province. It has everything to do with 'terroir' - a unique and powerful combination of key environmental conditions. Nova Scotia is virtually surrounded by the temperate waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Wave after wave of briny ocean air wash over and mingle with rich fertile glacial soil. Together with mild springs and warm summers, these conditions combine to grow the most nutritious haskap berries possible.

  • Haskap Highland Orchards grassland fields in Nova Scotia, Canada

  • Standards that surpass

    Just like the small but mighty Haskap berry, our farming standards meet or surpass expectations. We are in compliance with Canada Safe Food for Canadians regulations, which includes a system for quickly tracing any problem back to it's source. We also review our prevention control plans regularly and update as necessary.

  • Tablecloth with haskap berry preserve and cream cheese on a bagel, palted, and a glass of haskap berry smoothie