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It’s Heart Month: Wear Red—But Eat Blue for Heart Health

We all know that red hearts are associated with Valentine’s Day, so it seems fitting that February is also designated as Heart Month. There’s even a “wear red” day (Feb 5) to help draw attention to heart disease—still a leading cause of death in both the U.S. and Canada. Heart Month is also meant to… Read More

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Prioritize Brain Health in 2021 with Wild Blueberries

Happy New Year from all of us at the Wild Blueberry Association of North America! As many of you tackle the first few weeks of 2021, you may have big expectations about what this year will hold and the goals you’ll achieve. Whether that’s working towards new career goals, getting… Read More


Ring in 2021 with Delicious Wild Blueberry Mocktails

While we’re by no means advocating skipping over one of our favorite times of the year, it’s impossible not to start thinking about what a COVID-19 New Year’s Eve celebration is going to look like. With social distancing, masks, and cooler temperatures, especially in New England, here to stay for… Read More

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Four Tips to Host a Wildly Successful Thanksgiving Dinner During a Pandemic

We can’t believe we’re saying this, but with Halloween behind us, the holiday season is officially here (where does the time go?!). The holidays are always a special time for so many reasons – seeing loved ones, exchanging gifts, and, of course, eating good food. Despite this year looking a… Read More

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Baking with Brain Boosting Wild Blueberries

As many of us self-quarantine to prevent the spread of COVID-19, people are looking for ways to pass the time at home, while also curbing anxiety. One of the big trends emerging is baking (and lots of it).  Why, you ask? Well, baking can be extremely calming because it requires… Read More

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Eating an Anti-Inflammatory Diet with Wild Blueberries

We hear it every day – on TV, in magazines, on social media, etc. – that we need to take care of our bodies at all ages. We’re told to exercise, eat well, visit the doctor regularly, and treat our bodies with kindness, but there are so many resources available… Read More

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Wild About Brain Health Two-Part Series: Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. As we all face ongoing challenges, we’re here to say that we’re WILD about caring for mental health and our brains. Now more than ever as we face this tough time in our own ways, it’s important to take care of your noggins. With… Read More


A Little Nostalgia for the Sweet, Tangy Taste of Wild Blueberries

Sally Vargas, a freelance writer, photographer, and author of four cookbooks, grew up spending summers on the New Jersey shore, but always heard nostalgic stories of her mom’s childhood vacations in Maine. Before long, these stories became Sally’s reality as her mom packed up the family car and headed North… Read More

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Wild Blueberry Breakfast Favorites to Match Your Family’s Morning Regimen

September is Better Breakfast Month, and with fall creeping up on us and kids heading back to school, there’s no time like the present to celebrate the most important meal of the day. Many studies have linked eating breakfast to good health – it can help boost metabolism so you… Read More

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Wild Blueberries: They’re Called “Brain Berries” for a Reason

Over the years, Wild Blueberries have earned the nickname “brain berries,” and now, they can claim another scientific credit —improving cognitive performance in healthy, middle-aged adults. Couple this with the fact that wild blueberries are more flavorful than ordinary blueberries, and you can rest assured that starting your day with… Read More

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