"Grab These Organic Blueberries for a Delicious Treat"
I recommend almost all vegetables wholeheartedly, as you can review in my recommended vegetables list. When it comes to fruits, though, I urge more moderation and careful selection.
When I am asked to recommend one type of fruit overall, my answer is berries. They are some of the healthiest fruits on the planet, in part because they haven't been hybridized into giant fruits full of sugar. They are instead small and densely packed with a variety of potent phytochemicals that can do wonders to support your health. And easily one of the best berries on the planet, absolutely loaded with antioxidants, is the blueberry.
Of course, as with all fruits and vegetables, I highly recommend you try to buy organic. If you have a hard time finding quality, wild organic blueberries in your area, or if you simply want to try some of the most delicious blueberries available, I highly recommend you try the Vital Choice Wild Organic Blueberries offered here.
Research Shows Wild Blueberries Are the #1 Fruit!
In the June 2004 issue of Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry researchers used a technique called oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) to test the antioxidant power of more than 100 different kinds of fruits, vegetables, nuts and spices. In a laboratory testing, wild blueberries emerged as the top antioxidant capacity fruit – and overall were second only to Mexican red beans!
For the first time, in this antioxidant study, the USDA evaluated both wild (lowbush) and cultivated (highbush) blueberries and found that wild surpassed its cultivated cousins by 48%. Scientists attribute the high antioxidant capacity of Wild Blueberries to anthocyanin, the phytonutrient responsible for the berry's deep blue color.
The official standings of this study are listed below...
- Small red beans (dried), also known as Mexican red beans
- Blueberries (wild)
- Red kidney beans
- Pinto beans
- Blueberries (cultivated)
- Artichokes (cooked)
- Red Delicious apples
- Granny Smith apples
- Black plums
- Russet potatoes (cooked)
- Black beans (dried)
- Red plums
- Gala apples
These wild organic blueberries are from Eastern Canada, and are smaller and taste sweeter than the common store-bought blueberries. If you choose to try some organic blueberries today, they will come shipped to you frozen. Simply thaw to eat them... you'll find they are absolutely delicious in juicing and other recipes, or simply as a snack.
9 (1lb.) Bags
** Free Shipping to US Only. Some Restrictions Apply.
I am so confident that you will be more than satisfied with your purchase of Organic Blueberries, I am providing my 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee so you can try it!
The 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee allows you to try an item for 30 days. If, at any time during those 30 days, you are unsatisfied with your purchase, you may return the Organic Blueberries for store credit (less shipping charges). If the product has not been opened or used, you can receive a full refund* (less shipping charges).
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** Shipping Restrictions:
- We do not ship Organic Blueberries outside the Continental US (including Alaska and Hawaii) or to P.O. Boxes.
- Organic Blueberries are shipped separately and cannot be expedited.
- Organic Blueberries are only shipped on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. This is done to ensure your product arrives on a weekday.
- Any orders placed between Thursday and Sunday will be shipped the following Monday.
- Orders will arrive within 3 days of ship date.
- Orders are shipped via UPS.
- Organic Blueberries products are packed in insulated Styrofoam coolers with enough dry ice to preserve them for the duration of the shipping time.
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- Q: How should the product be stored?
A: Wild Organic Blueberries arrive in 9 one-pound bags. Bags should be stored in the freezer and thawed as needed.
- Q: Is the product Kosher Certified?
A: Yes. Wild Organic Blueberries are Kosher Certified by Square K.
- Q: Does the product come with stems removed?
A: The stems are removed from the blueberries, although there is a small chance that a few may still be attached.
- Q: What material are the blueberries packaged in?
A: They are packaged in a PET plastic-lined paper bag. It is BPA-free.
- Q: What is the sugar content per serving?
A: A serving of Wild Organic Blueberries is one cup. There are 11g of sugar per cup.