Wild Blueberries vs. Regular Blueberries

Wild Blueberries vs. Regular Blueberries

Wild Blueberries vs. Regular Blueberries

Wild blueberries are native to North America, growing naturally in the Northeastern United States and Canada.

Wild blueberries are smaller in size than regular blueberries. They are more compact and have less water content, which means you get more wild blueberries per pound than regular blueberries. You also get more flavor than regular blueberries, and Wild blueberries have a more intense blueberry flavor than regular blueberries.

One of the most notable differences between wild blueberries and regular blueberries is their nutritional content. Although wild blueberries have higher nutritional value than regular blueberries, they are also higher in antioxidants due to the higher concentration of the flavonoid anthocyanin.

In the Northeastern United States and Canada, thousands of acres of wild blueberries grow naturally. The harsh and barren climate force the blueberries to protect themselves from the forces of nature to survive. This hardiness helps create the wild blueberries more nutritionally dense. Higher skin ratio because it has to survive hardier climate that grown on their own is a low-maintenance crop. The skin to fruit ratio means less water and more antioxidants, more fiber, and more wild blueberries per serving.

The official Wild blueberry organization calls the wild-grown blueberry the “blueberriest blueberry” are the “better blueberry.”

It was a no-brainer to add the wild blueberry powder to our collection. The nutritional value is by far superior to most other berry powders. Our wild blueberry powder is organically grown and freeze-dried to retain the cellular structure and maximum amount of nutrition in each organic wild blueberry. Our goal is to produce the world’s highest quality wild blueberry powder—organic, non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Whole-Food.

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