By Chris Carr
It has the potential of becoming a $10 billion market. But some think it needs a name change first.
Sandra Purdy with Saskatoon Berry Council of Canada says it started about six weeks ago. She got an email from a group in the U.S. asking the council to adopt the name Juneberry.
"Well I told him that the Saskatoon berry has been named the
Saskatoon berry for as long as I knew, and as far back as Aboriginal history, and that it's not likely that that would happen," Purdy said.