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Wild Blueberries Press & News Resources

Writing a story or need more information about the power of wild blueberries? In this section, we’ve gathered everything you need to get out the word—from press releases to current news stories to graphic resources. Read on!

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FACT SHEET

For messaging on what makes wild blueberries different than ordinary blueberries, the newest wild blueberry brain health research, and information on where wild blueberries come from, check out our Fact Sheet.

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FACT SHEET

For messaging on what makes wild blueberries different than ordinary blueberries, the newest wild blueberry brain health research, and information on where wild blueberries come from, check out our Fact Sheet.

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HEALTH BROCHURE

There’s a reason wild blueberries are nicknamed “brain berries.” Download the wild blueberries Health Brochure for more information.

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HEALTH BROCHURE

There’s a reason wild blueberries are nicknamed “brain berries.” Download the wild blueberries Health Brochure for more information.

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Recent Press Releases

New Study Reinforces Powerful Benefits of Wild Blueberries on Cardiovascular and Brain Function

Daily Dose Helps Improve Memory, Executive Function, and Blood Pressure in Healthy Older Adults

Cal Poly Humboldt Study Suggests Wild Blueberries Help Burn Fat

The berries have long been hailed as a superfood—while they’re known for a plethora of health benefits, new research proves this superfruit could help burn fat during exercise.

New study indicates wild blueberries improve brain’s processing speed

KANNAPOLIS, N.C. – September 19, 2022 – In a research study where volunteer participants with cognitive issues consumed wild blueberries daily for six months, the ability of the participants’ brains to process information improved. The findings from this double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized clinical trial have been published in Nutritional Neuroscience, an International Journal on Nutrition, Diet, and Nervous System.

The Story of Wild Blueberries—10,000 Years in the Making

Wild blueberries are considered a wild, place-based food. Through a happy convergence of geography, climate and natural phenomena, they grow in Maine.

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Recent Media Coverage

How To Spend A Long Weekend in Maine

The Pine Tree State lives up to its name with lush, dense forests, peaks for days, a glittering coastline, and the freshest seafood. Here’s what to eat if you find yourself in Maine.

Keeping it Wild for Wild Blueberry Weekend in Maine

For Wild Blueberry Weekend, multiple farmers were on hand to demonstrate raking practices and teach about harvesting practices, including Ashley Fields of Fields Fields Blueberries in Dresden, and the Dores of Slow Rise Farm in Pittston.

Maine Businesses Highlight Wild Blueberry Harvest, Products in 2nd Annual Celebration

More than 50 Maine restaurants, farms and other businesses will throw open their gates to teach visitors how to grow, harvest and make food with wild blueberries.

Maine Farmers Welcome Wild Blueberry Weekend in August

The 2nd annual Wild Blueberry Weekend will draw visitors to 14 of the state’s 480 growers.

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Kitty Broihier, MS, RD, LD

Go Wild with Kit!

Kitty Broihier, MS, RD, LD is the Nutrition Advisor and spokesperson for the Wild Blueberry Association of North America. A Registered Dietitian, she is the owner of NutriComm Inc., a food and nutrition communications consulting company. Kitty is a seasoned writer and recipe developer, having authored several cookbooks. Previously on the editorial staff at Good Housekeeping magazine, she contributes to a variety of consumer and professional publications. Kitty is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) and the American Society of Nutrition (ASN). She served for 20 years as a Board member of the Maine Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, including two terms as President.