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n Latin name:
Vaccinium angustifolium; part used: fruit; uses: antioxidant, diabetes, cancer prevention; precautions: none known.
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We strongly believe that if the whole blueberry industry can elevate the consumer eating experience with new varieties of this superfood, it will lead to a transformative uplift and broader consumption for the entire blueberry industry and drive future growth,' explains Roger Horak, Global CEO and founder of United Exports and co-founder of OZblu, which is currently one of the largest producers of blueberries in South Africa and Australia.
4 BLUEBERRIES are a good addition to your diet, but a mixture with other berries (strawberry, raspberry, goji) is best.
Yet blueberries are easy to grow and fruit specialists are constantly expanding their selections to include easy varieties for gardeners.
Our cognitive function tends to decline as we age, but it's better preserved when we follow a diet rich in plant-based foods, like blueberries.
Earlier this year, we urged the USDA to provide relief to Maine growers through a bonus buy of surplus frozen wild blueberries, and we are pleased that the Department has agreed to take action.
Blueberries are part of the genus Vaccinium, along with cranberries and lingonberries.
Globally the demand for blueberries continues to increase and this is also the case in the Middle East where all blueberries are currently flown in from countries as far away as Mexico.
ISLAMABAD -- Consuming blueberries can help in reverting age and improving vision and memory, said a new study.
Robert Krikorian, PhD, presented the results of two studies concerning the effects of blueberries in older adults.
Apart from being a delectable icing on pastries such as muffins and cheesecakes, blueberries can cure breast cancer, according to an academic study.
WELLINGTON (CyHAN)- Women might be able to reduce the risk of breast cancer by eating more blueberries, according to a New Zealand research out Tuesday.
MAKES 8 PANCAKES INGREDIENTS 100g blueberries (we used Chilean blueberries which are in season right now) 75ml sparkling water 3 eggs 100ml milk 50g melted butter 250g buckwheat flour Blueberry and lemon compote 50g caster sugar 250g blueberries 1 tsp lemon zest 200g Greek yoghurt to serve 1 Firstly, puree the blueberries and sparkling water together until they make a fine pulp.