Wild Blueberries in the News
Get your metabolism moving with this protein-packed smoothie featuring delicious Wild Blueberries.
Wild blueberries, fresh or frozen, add sweetness and less sugar than many other fruits, including bananas or cultivated blueberries.
Adding Wild Blueberries to recipes provides an easy, tasty way to get vital antioxidants into your diet.
Wild Blueberries make the list of these 20 healthiest foods to incorporate into your diet.
Health influencer and registered dietitian Amy Gorin shares her delicious Wild Blueberry Peanut Butter Smoothie recipe with Shape readers.
Antioxidant-rich Wild Blueberries make the list of the top foods every woman should eat.
The Wild Blueberry Commission of Maine says its drive to get wild blueberries into school lunches is panning out. The commission launched the effort as a way to boost sales in response to years of surplus crop.
New research from the UK reveals that consuming Wild Blueberries may significantly boost the mood of young people.
Minnesota Public Schools start serving frozen Wild Blueberries to 553 school districts.
The Wild Blueberry Commission of Maine is helping to introduce the Wild Blueberry to school food programs across the country.