2. Crowberry (Empetrum)
These berries grow on a dwarf evergreen shrub, which occurs in colder climates throughout the Northern Hemisphere, as well as in the southern Andes Mountains. They don’t have a strong flavor, but are watery and a little sweet. They are also a useful staple crop for indigenous people who live in subarctic areas.
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