Half an hour south of Oslo, just outside the town of Drøbak, the couple Roy Andersen and Åse-Marit Thorbjørnsrud
carefully cultivate the earth to produce the best possible raspberries. At their farm, Bringebærlandet – ‘the land of raspberries’ in Norwegian – visitors can buy the natural treats straight off the field. “Both of us were raised in families with a love for gardening, but we’ve made it a way of life. It started in 2009 with four decares, now it has grown to 16. In practical terms, that means approximately four kilometres of raspberry plants,” explains Roy Andersen.