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Blueberry Powder

Organic Blueberry Powder

Organic Blueberry Powder

Succulent and sweet, blueberries are one of the most popular fruit treats of the summer season. It’s one of those fruits you can eat fresh, not just in cakes, jams and preserves. They can also be found in products like blueberry powder and dried blueberries.

But it’s not just their taste and versatility that makes them distinctive, but also its nutritional value. And this nutritional density is something that would really surprise you.

Origin: EU
Available as: Powder (Freeze Dried); Powder (Air Dried)
Good for: Immune system, collagen formation, bones and muscles, energy-yielding metabolism, nervous system, psychological function, protection of cells from oxidative stress, increases maternal folate status, reduction of tiredness and fatigue, regeneration of vitamin E, iron absorption, formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin, body oxygen transport
Nutrition: Vitamin C, Folic acid, Manganese, Magnesium, Potassium, Fibre, Pectin, Vitamin A, Calcium, Iron, Vitamin K
Directions for use: Add 1-3 tsp of powder to water, coconut water, favorite juice or to smoothies. Mix it with yogurt, fresh berries and cereal or make healthy raw desserts.

What is it?

You may not find it hard to look for blueberries as they are often included in so many dishes, but they are actually unique. Blueberries are interestingly the only blue food in existence. Some blueberries though, have a deep purple-black color. The size of the fruit ranges from pea to marble size.

You will also find blueberries coated in a whitish-gray covering which serves as the fruit’s protective layer.

A native of North America, these cute little blue rounded fruits have so many species concentrated in North America than any other place in the world. There are three main types of blueberries: lowbush, which can also be found in Asia and the Mediterranean, rabbitseye and highbush, which can only be exclusively found in North America.

For so many centuries, the only way to enjoy blueberries is to find them in the wild. It was only in the 20th century when scientists were able to unravel the mysteries of cultivating blueberries that commercial growing of this fruit began.

Now, this relative of the azalea and rhododendron from the Heath family can now be enjoyed all throughout the year in most continents. There are also products like blueberry powder and dried blueberries. This berry also climbed up the ladder and placed second of the most commonly eaten berries in the US next to strawberries.

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