Wild Blueberries in the News
January 26, 2016
A hot trend sweeping Pinterest, the smoothie bowl is thicker than regular drinkable smoothies, so it can stand up to being eaten with a spoon and topped with all kinds of extras, like fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, granola, crushed graham crackers, and dried coconut.
November 20, 2015
In a new study published in the European Journal of Nutrition, kids ages 7-10 did better on tests of memory and attention, including recalling words from a list and ignoring distractions, after drinking a beverage made with wild blueberries than they did when they had a placebo drink.
September 4, 2015
According to a study published in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, an extract from Wild Blueberries could help prevent the formation of plague on teeth, which can lead to gum disease and periodontitis.
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October 7, 2015
A new British study published today in the European Journal Of Nutrition reveals that when children consume wild blueberries they show greater memory and better concentration. This study, led by Professor Claire Williams, from the School of Psychology & Clinical Language Sciences at the University of Reading, is the first detailed examination of the effects of wild blueberries on cognition in children using multiple doses and test sessions.
July 8, 2015
Fresh Wild Blueberries come only once a year and have found their place in the local seasonal food movement
May 8, 2015
During this evolution of food, there is one tiny fruit superstar that is bucking the blandification trend. While many of the foods grown today are getting bigger and blander, Wild Blueberries have stayed small and bursting with flavor.
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