Be on trend with Wild There are two kinds of Blueberries.

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Wild Blueberries are the low-bush variety. Tiny & potent.

  • They’re a native plant that has grown wild in Maine and Eastern Canada for over 10,000 years.
  • It is recognized as the blueberry ingredient with more intense flavor, more antioxidant capacity and superior performance across a variety of applications.
  • Truly wild and sought after by today’s real food consumers.


Cultivated blueberries are the high-bush variety. Larger in size.

  • This hybridized variety is now planted and grown all over the world.
  • Originally bred for fresh fruit commercial traits like uniform size, color and yield a little over 100 years ago.
  • By only propagating a narrow handful of select varieties, the cultivated blueberries can’t match the naturally occurring flavor complexity that chefs and product developers get from genetically diverse Wild Blueberries.
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Don’t take our word for it, see what food influencers and consumer research is saying about Wild Blueberries and the “Real Food” movement.

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