In Scandinavia there is a tradition of using these ingenious, simple devices for collecting small, fiddly, low-growing berries, especially blaeberries.
They are variously known as scoops, rakes or combs.
At the moment we don't know of anywhere that sells berry scoops in Scotland, though one or two people are experimenting with ways of making them.
Ray Mear's website has started selling Scandinavian berry scoops.
The Arctic Flavours website has more information about berry scoops and berry picking in Finland.
If you can tell us any more about berry scoops in Scotland, please email ForestHarvest with details!