Wild Blueberries in the News
Not just for breakfast anymore, Wild Blueberries are making an appearance in a variety of meals at schools.
Riding on the growth of sweet-and-tangy flavor mashups, fermented and pickled foods are making a comeback on menus.
In the coming school year, wild blueberries will be served in public schools in 19 states.
Federal data show that more frozen Maine blueberries were sold to schools in April than in all of 2016.
More schools getting access to delicious Wild Blueberries thanks in large part to a grant coming from Maine’s Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.
April sales of Wild Blueberries to school foodservice programs surpass all of 2016 sales.
Lewiston native and Wild Blueberry Commission Executive Director, Nancy McBrady, returns to her roots to address public policy issues critical to the Wild Blueberry industry.
Wild Blueberries are the perfect, naturally sweet, weight-loss ingredient to add to your smoothie.
More than 1.2 million pounds of Maine wild blueberries were sold in April, almost tripling the 435,000 pounds sold in April 2016.
More Wild Blueberries sold to schools in April 2017 than in all of 2016 combined.