Wild Blueberries: Great for
School Nutrition
Perfect for Kids

For more taste & more value, pick wild.

With a lot of little mouths to feed every day, schools need tasty, nutritious and versatile foods kids love so they can meet daily nutritional guidelines throughout the year. Frozen wild blueberries are an easy way to help you add one of nature’s most spectacular fruits to a wide variety of menu offerings. No washing, peeling or chopping, just toss them in with salads, hot or cold cereals, baked goods, yogurt, smoothies, pancakes, dipping sauces, chutneys, on pizza, or serve them up by themselves as a delicious and nutritious treat. There is almost nothing that doesn’t taste better when you add wild blueberries.

Fast & Easy School Foodservice Recipes

to meet USDA Fruit Guidelines

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Base Sauce Basics

Using flexible base sauces saves you time, energy and money. Transform a one day special into three days of school food favorites. Choose your wild blueberry base sauce and see how easy it is to make the week’s menu go WILD!

Are you sweet?

Sweet Base Fruit Sauce

Are you savory?

Savory Base Fruit Sauce

Wild has 25% more servings

per 30 pound case*

*Source : 2020 USDA Food Buying Guide Additional Yield Information for School Meals

Food As Purchased, APPurchase UnitServings Per Purchase Unit, EPServing Size per Meal ContributionPurchase Units for 100 Servings
Blueberries, Wild Frozenlb.15¼ cup6.7 lbs.
Blueberries, Frozenlb.11.9¼ cup8.5 lbs

Schools Going Wild

Testimonials on Wild Blueberry Favorites

Wild Blueberry Smoothie:

“Breakfast sales are up 35% with smoothies.”

Blair Currier, Director of Yarmouth Schools

Wild Blueberry Carrot Salad:

“There’s never any left in the pan.”

Susan Boivin, Food Service Manager at Camden Hills Regional High School

Wild Blueberry Fruit Cup:

Kids say it best…“When they’re frozen, it’s like ice cream, but fruit. And it’s a lot healthier.”

Resources for School Food Services Directors

Tools, templates, tips, and more for marketing wild blueberry meals in your schools.

School Resources