Wild Boreal Blueberries

Wild Boreal Blueberries

March 20, 2017—Fearlessly Archived—Still a fun read; price & availability may have changed. 

Trader Joe’s Wild Boreal Blueberries are little blue gems grown without pesticides in Quebec’s Boreal region. The Boreal (also called Boréalie) is a collection of protected lands across Canada, united by an effort to preserve the beauty and ecology of the land. Fruit grown in the Quebec Boreal thrives on the healthy soil and unique climate of the region, and the sweet-tart flavor of these wild blueberries is unmatched. 

Studies have shown that Wild Blueberries have higher antioxidant levels than other berries, including raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, and cranberries. We’re in favor of any health benefits they might provide, but honestly, we’re most concerned with how they taste. Trader Joe’s Wild Boreal Blueberries come out winners there, too – wild blueberries are known for being smaller, juicier, and sweeter than their cultivated cousins. Try these in everything from breads and muffins to smoothies and ice cream.  Go wild! We’re selling each 16 ounce bag of Wild Boreal Blueberries for $2.99, every day. You’ll find them in our freezers.

Ingredients: Wild Blueberries.

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