Wild Blueberries in the News
Nutritionists reveal their best snacks for weight loss including a Wild Blueberry smoothie from Amy Gorin, MS, RDN, that is filled with fiber and protein to keep you full in between meals
Registered dietitian Lauren Harris-Pincus shares her experience on the Maine Wild Blueberry barrens and why she has fallen in love with this special fruit.
Registered dietitian Liz Ward shares her wild adventure and says, “I knew Wild Blueberries were delicious, but I didn’t know just how special they really were until I got to see for myself how they are grown, harvested, and packaged.”
Ten chefs from across America visit Maine to explore Wild Foods and compete in an “Eating on the Wild Side” Chefs Challenge, featuring Wild Blueberries, and arranged similarly to the Food Network show Chopped.
Two registered dietitians recommend using Wild Blueberries to help get more antioxidants into your diet and help you beat the summer heat .
Last month, schools in 19 states placed orders for 1.25 million pounds of Wild Maine Blueberries.
Federal data show that more frozen Maine blueberries were sold to schools in April than in all of 2016.
Lewiston native Nancy McBrady, executive director of the Maine Wild Blueberry Commission, will give a free talk from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, May 18, in Callahan Hall at the Lewiston Public Library about the state of the Wild Blueberry.
Federal grant helps boost exposure and use of Maine Wild Blueberry in school foodservice across the country.