Top Chefs Agree: Love Real Food. Embrace Wild.
The Power of Wild
Tom Gumpel – Wild Blueberry Chef Segment
Sara Lawson – Wild Blueberry Chef Segment
Charles Hayes – Wild Blueberry Chef Segment
Wild Blueberry Heritage
One of three berries native to North America, the Wild Blueberry has been used for food and medicinal purposes for hundreds of years. Today’s commercial growers carefully tend the Wild Blueberry lands of Maine and Canada, nurturing them for future generations.
Wild Blueberries—Health Heroes
Wild Blueberries are Nature’s Antioxidant Superfruit, with twice the antioxidant capacity of larger cultivated blueberries. Learn why scientists around the world are studying the potential of Wild Blueberries to help combat diseases and promote healthy aging.
The Wild Blueberry—A Culinary Star
Learn why chefs everywhere prefer Wild Blueberries. Smaller and more compact than cultivated blueberries, the Wild Ones look and perform perfectly in a wide range of recipes. You get more sweet and tangy taste and more antioxidant goodness in every bite.
Quality Through Innovation
Most Wild Blueberries are harvested at the peak of ripeness and then fresh frozen with all their antioxidant power in tact. A combination of modern agricultural methods and long-standing traditions ensures a product of the highest quality, available year-round in your grocer’s freezer.
Fresh from the Wild
Wild Blueberry Chocolate Cupcakes Recipe from Liz Weiss
Wild Blueberries ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Bob Duchesne’s Wild Maine: Taming the Wild Blueberry [AUDIO]
Learn what makes the little lowbush Wild Blueberry so special and different from the “tame” highbush cultivated blueberry in Bob Duschesne’s Wild Maine interview with blueberry specialist, Dr. David Yarborough from the University of Maine Cooperative Extension Service.
Two Fat Cats Bakery
Kristen DuShane, manager of Two Fat Cats Bakery in Portland, Maine, explains how to be sure you’re getting authentic Wild Blueberries when you shop in your grocer’s frozen fruit section. For the better blueberry, you gotta go wild!