Wild blueberries have been growing in New Brunswick for thousands of years. While wild blueberries occur naturally in most regions in New Brunswick. New Brunswick’s production of wild blueberries is over 83 million pounds annually!
Blueberries are good enough as fruit. But wild blueberries have more benefits mentioned by BNBB/Bleuets NB Blueberries as follows.
- Contain twice (2x) the antioxidants of cultivated blueberries
- The deep blue skin is full of phytonutrients including, anthocyanin and anti-anflammatories
- Contribute to prevent against diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimers
- Slows cognitive decline