Wild blueberries from Maine are a real treat. They’re small but they pack a powerful nutrition punch. In fact, they are one of the three major SuperFoods because they contain more powerful antioxidants than any other fruit or vegetable.
Anthocyanins are one of the phytonutrients that give blueberries their powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory abilities. Anthocyanins are concentrated in the skins of blueberries. Small wild blueberries have more skin per ounce than large cultivated blueberries so they typically offer more phytonutrients.
Blueberries help promote the production of collagen, and they are good for your heart, skin, eyes and brain.
These wild blueberries come from hardy low-bushes near Bar Harbor, Maine. The berries are harvested within 25 miles of where they are jarred in small batches without any sugar or preservatives. You can use these berries in your baking, your yogurt or your cereal or anytime you want a quick and easy berry fix. And don’t forget to use the blueberry juice left in the jar. Add it to your smoothies for extra taste and health boost.