Wild Blueberries in the News
May 8, 2018
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April 3, 2018
This week, TODAY is exploring longevity foods with unique, health-boosting properties that may help you live longer. With plenty of fiber and different vitamins, many fresh fruits are great for you — but we’re truly wild for wild blueberries.
November 21, 2017Upper Kingsclear, N.B. – A new study suggests consuming a flavonoid-rich wild blueberry beverage may enhance the mental skills that help children manage time, pay attention and get things done.
November 2, 2017
Gratitude and hammocks: Oprah’s out with her favourite things
FIVE POUNDS OF FRESH BLUEBERRIES: Wild blueberries frozen and shipped in a cardboard box within 24 hours of harvest from Josh Pond Farm in Whiting, Maine, near the northeast coast. Little secret: The farm is owned by TV exec Lorne Michaels, Glassman said. $50.
October 6, 2017
The challenge to eating healthy never ends and what might be right for you may not be right for some. Christine Tizzard is known as the 3-way Chef and Author of the cookbook “Honest to Goodness” and she is here today to show her tremendous wild blueberry breakfast porridge.
September 22, 2017
As a migraine sufferer, every wine I’ve tried has given me a headache – except for blueberry wine. Any idea why?
I love sweet wine, but being a migraine sufferer, every wine I’ve tried has given me a headache. Recently I discovered blueberry wine. No pain, and I am thrilled. Do you know why no headache?
September 11, 2017
Chef Christine Tizzard discusses her new book “Honest to Goodness” and whips up her kid-friendly quinoa tabbouleh salad with wild blueberries.
September 1, 2017
This wild blueberry pear ginger galette by Kara Lydon of The Foodie Dietitian combines the juicy, soft taste of pears with zesty ginger, sweet and tart wild blueberries and a buttery-rich crust.
April 15, 2017
Get your metabolism moving with this protein-packed smoothie featuring delicious Wild Blueberries.
April 7, 2017
Wild blueberries, fresh or frozen, add sweetness and less sugar than many other fruits, including bananas or cultivated blueberries.