For most of the year, the only way to enjoy Wild Blueberries is to find them in the freezer section, or in your favorite foods like yogurts, jams, muffins, and cereals. But in New England and eastern Canada, where Wild Blueberries grow wild, late summer is that brief, magical time when we can enjoy fresh-picked Wild Blueberries straight from Maine’s wild fields. So whether you live here or are just visiting, learn how to seize the season and find fresh Wild Blueberries while you can.
Fresh is best when it’s freshest. Visit one of Maine’s local growers, support a tradition that goes back generations and experience the remarkable taste of Wild Blueberries fresh from the fields.
Can’t get to a Wild Blueberry field? Look for tiny, potent, antioxidant-filled Wild Blueberries in the produce section of Maine supermarkets during harvest season. And if you miss them fresh, don’t despair—wild blueberries are available year round in your store’s freezer section.
Wild Blueberries are one of North America’s only native fruits. Their unforgettable taste comes fresh from the wild fields!