Wild Blueberries in the News

  • September 26, 2018

    Make This: Mildred’s Temple Kitchen’s Wild Blueberry Chutney


    Store this wild blueberry chutney in the fridge, serve it straight away on a cheeseboard – or drizzle on top of duck and waffles à la Mildred’s Temple Kitchen. 

  • September 12, 2018

    Wild Blueberries

    CHCH Morning Live

    It’s wild blueberry season which means it’s the perfect time to take advantage of all the health benefits, as explained by holistic nutritionist Julie Daniluk.

  • September 4, 2018

    Innu woman keeps traditional Saint-Jean blueberry recipe in the family


    Thérèse Bégin and her granddaughter Darcy Dominique Launière gather blueberries on their old ancestral territories, now the Ashuapmushuan Wildlife Reserve north of Lac Saint-Jean.

  • August 31, 2018

    23 Amazing Wild Blueberry Recipes

    Reader's Digest CA

    What better way to kick off blueberry picking season than by trying some wild blueberry recipes? These Wild Blueberry Association of North America recipes are hearty, healthy and most of all, delectable.

  • August 24, 2018

    Toronto’s Annual Wild Blueberry Festival 2018

    Fashion Ecstasy

    Families and groups of friends enjoyed themselves at the Wild Blueberry Festival 2018 at the Evergreen Brickworks, keeping the day busy but not overly crowded. The Wild Blueberry Festival 2018 was a fantastic event at a beautiful setting on a summer Sunday and was one not to be missed.

  • August 23, 2018

    Cooking from scratch without scratches, Chef Tizzard helps people eat better

    The Chronicle Herald

    “I love wild blueberries, I grew up eating them.”

    Tizzard recently teamed up with the Wild Blueberry Association of North America and has been extolling the benefits of this abundant Maritime berry at farmer’s markets, and on her channel where she will take a single ingredient and show three different ways to use it in the kitchen.

    “Even though you can only get the fresh for a short time in the year, you can still freeze them year-round. So, I wanted to do a little segment where I show people how to use frozen wild blueberries three different ways.”

    Hence Tizzard’s YouTube channel name, The Three-Way Chef.

    “I like to take little things like that and show an interesting twist on them just to make it a little bit more interesting and educational as well.”

  • August 23, 2018

    Wild Blueberry Festival

    Snap'd Annex/Yorkville

    Its the season for the delicious wild Blueberries, its a delicious super berry, indigenous to North America. What better way to celebrate it than to learn, taste, eat and shop from more than 20 food producers, preservers, bakers, and chefs, all featuring wild blueberry products and dishes at the Brickworks. The festival featured, delectable wild beverages and snacks at the Sunday food court, a wild blueberry culinary demo from chef Christine Tizzard and a children’s blueberry cooking activities with arts and crafts in the Children’s garden. More info at: wildblueberries.com | Photos by SVPhotography.ca

  • August 21, 2018

    Chef Christine Tizzard – Wild blueberry macaroons

    Global News Morning Halifax

    The 3 Way Chef Christine Tizzard whips up some wild blueberry macaroons for this week’s Foodie Tuesday.

  • August 18, 2018

    Aug 18, 2018 – Simone Denny, Candace Sampson, Wild Blueberry Festival & more

    105.9 The Region - What She Said Talk

    Are you WILD about wild blueberries? Learn more about the Annual Wild Blueberry Festival #wildbluefest on Aug 19 at Evergreen Brick Works – www.evergreen.ca

  • August 6, 2018

    True Blue


    Wild blueberries are an important crop in Atlantic Canada but can growers overcome hurdles?

    Standing on a hill in one of his blueberry fields in Sable River, Peter Van Dyk turns this way and that to avoid the wind and speak on his cell phone. The second generation wild blueberry producer’s fields are spread across half a dozen counties in southwest Nova Scotia, and visiting some fields from home in Caledonia, Queens County, adds 4 hours to his working day. In a normal year, he would harvest 250 acres, but this year, he’ll reduce that number by 50 acres; next year, he plans to harvest only 70 acres.