Country associations

The International Blackcurrant Association (IBA) is an organisation which has members of different horizons. Some may be blackcurrant growers, others may be blackcurrant processors, and some are conducting research projects in the field of blackcurrants.

A few of our members are companies or individuals. But most of them are members of their country associations. The country associations of the nine following countries and their individual members are therefore part of the IBA.

Blackcurrant associations - members of the IBA

denmark

Denmark

france

France

germany

Germany

japan

Japan

netherlands

Netherlands

new-zealand

New Zealand

norway

Norway

republic-of-poland

Poland

united-kingdom

United Kingdom

The countries above have associations of blackcurrant growers mainly, sometimes processors or research institutes. These associations are members of the IBA and contribute actively to promote blackcurrants, spread the knowledge about the health benefits of blackcurrants, and share vital information on optimum blackcurrant growing methods.

For more information on each country (varieties grown, growing surfaces, contact details…), clic on the country’s flag.