January 27, 2010
Antioxidant-Rich Wild Blueberries Named to Top Ten List of “Americas’s Healthiest Superfoods for Women”
Frozen Wild Blueberries Taking the Lead in Redefining Supermarkets’ Frozen Food Aisles
October 15, 2009
Frozen Antioxidant-rich Wild Blueberries are Convenient and Just As Nutritious As Fresh.
August 20, 2009
Antioxidant-rich Wild Blueberries were the sole focus of discussion at the recent Wild Blueberry Health Research Summit in Bar Harbor, Maine.
July 16, 2009
Leading scientists studying the health properties of Wild Blueberries presented their latest findings related to the positive link between antioxidant-rich berry consumption and disease prevention at the 2009 Berry Health Benefits Symposium.
June 4, 2009
The Wild Blueberry Association of North America will unveil a new premium positioned brand identity as part of the launch of its new ingredient marketing campaign at the Institute of Food Technologist’s (IFT) Annual Conference, June 6-9 in Anaheim, California.
May 7, 2009
New research shows that Wild Blueberries may have a cardio-protective effect, improving vascular function and decreasing the vulnerability of blood vessels to oxidative stress.
April 1, 2009
With the latest breakthroughs in health and longevity continuing to place Wild Blueberries in the spotlight, recipes that include a daily dose of blue are inspiring unique, delicious dishes. Wild Blueberries, the resource for information about health and nutrition related to the little blue fruit, along with the Wild Blueberry News, unveils a spectrum of colorful new cooking options — not limited to breakfast — that take full advantage of this nutrient-rich powerhouse berry.
October 8, 2008
Cornell University Food Scientists Expand Testing Using Cellular Antioxidant Activity Assay
September 22, 2008
Top Scientists Gather to Discuss Wild Blueberry Health Research: Summit Reveals Promising Studies in Brain and Cell Health
Researchers met in Maine to continue efforts to understand how Wild Blueberries prevent and/or forestall age-related diseases. Results of clinical trials shared at the 11th annual Wild Blueberries Health Research Summit revealed implications for brain health, investigations into antioxidant effects at the cellular level, and effects of blueberries on insulin sensitivity, markers of oxidative stress, and inflammation and cognitive performance.
August 18, 2008
Dr. Jim Sears says eating Wild Blueberries is one of the most important things people can do for their brains.