ORGANIC WILD BLUEBERRY DEFINITION
Organic Wild blueberry are a unique species that are quite different from typical “high-bush” blueberries. The wild blueberries grow in harsh northern climates, the wild variety is smaller in size but contains a higher level of antioxidant than high-bush varieties. Known as polyphenols, the antioxidant level of wild blueberries is 3x higher than cranberries! Wild blueberries offer intense flavor and rich in nutrition.
At Patience, we harvest wild blueberries from our farms in Quebec and New Brunswick where they grow both wild (in the forest) and in fields. Labor-intensive foraging is the only way to get the benefit of these very special little berries.
Our tiny heroes are rich in flavor and nutrition. It is sweetened with apple juice, too!
ORGANIC WHOLE DRIED WILD BLUEBERRIES
Our Canadian Organic Wild Blueberries are simply delicious and nutritious! Bursting with flavour, they are dried slowly to preserve their soft texture and are sure to add an irresistible taste to your breakfasts and snacks! . Also, Organic Wild Blueberries loaded with Nutrients, No Sugar Added, Sweetened, and Good for your health.
NOTHING BUT GOODNESS!
Due to we practice organic farming, so we do not use neither genetically modified ingredients, nor any chemical artificial fertilizers or pesticides.
Berries are rich in antioxidant properties, polyphenols. It is naturally present in wild blueberries and apples. Besides that, our dried blueberries are sweetened with apple juice and contain 190 mg of polyphenols per 40 g serving.
A TASTE OF WILDERNESS
Our wild blueberries come primarily from Quebec and New Brunswick, where they grow naturally. Although they are smaller than blueberries grown conventionally on farms, but they contain more polyphenols!
YOUR ALLY FOR A HEALTHY BREAKFAST
Savor these whole berries on their own, cook with them in your recipes, or pair them with an assortment of fine cheeses. Besides that, these gently sweetened berries are also an excellent companion to your favorite mixed nuts or seeds.