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Alexander’s Wild Maine Blueberries is a family-owned wild blueberry farm located in Greenfield, Maine. Buy fresh wild blueberries in 10 lb. boxes in early August or frozen while supplies last (reserve your blueberries here). You can also enjoy the experience of handpicking wild blueberries in the U-Pick field and browsing. Unlike the cultivated high bush blueberry, Maine low bush wild...
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Fresh Wild Blueberries pack more intense blueberry taste and 2x more antioxidants than ordinary blueberries. Visit Wild Blueberries to learn more. Frozen fresh Wild Blueberries are wildly different from regular blueberries you find in the produce section. They pack more intense blueberry flavor into their tiny blue bodies than any other blueberry on this big blue planet – making them the...
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The Wild Blueberry Producers Association of Nova Scotia website is your resource for information about Nova Scotia wild blueberries and the NS wild blueberry industry. You will find wild blueberry recipes from across the province, wild blueberry nutrition and other general information, as well as...
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Maine Wild Blueberry Products, Jams, Jellies, Syrup a product of Worcester's Wild Blueberries. Today we sell a variety of Maine wild blueberry products. Whether it is wild blueberry jam, wild blueberry jelly, wild blueberry syrup or any of our other products, they are all made in small batches...
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Welcome to PEI Wild Blueberries. This is the official site of the Prince Edward Island Wild Blueberry Growers association. View our free recipes. Prince Edward Island’s wild blueberries have existed for over 10,000 years. Prior to this, PEI was connected to the main land by a large valley...
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Fresh Wild Blueberries pack more intense blueberry taste and 2x more antioxidants than ordinary blueberries. Visit Wild Blueberries to learn more. Frozen fresh Wild Blueberries are wildly different from regular blueberries you find in the produce section. They pack more intense blueberry flavor into their tiny blue bodies than any other blueberry on this big blue planet – making them the...
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MOFGA Certified Organic Wild Blueberries, Native to Maine and Eastern Canada. And grow naturally in the environment they were intended to grow in. They are low to the ground and are raked by hand or with raking machines at harvest time, usually August to September. Wild Blueberries offer twice the antioxidant value than highbush cultivated blueberries do. Many people agree that they offer much...
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Wild blueberries are one of three native fruit crops commercially cultivated in North America. They were initially cultivated by the Native Americans who periodically burned over areas to prune the plants in order to produce more fruit. Intervale Farm has been “Certified Organic” by the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association since 2008. We are a small family farm, cultivating seven...
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We serve real fruit smoothies made with Dannon frozen yogurt or almond milk. Boba Teas made into milk teas, fruit teas. We give you a choice of teas, Black, Green or Jasmine tea. Black tapioca pearls, popping boba, jellies and crystal boba. The combinations are endless! Sunday 12p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday 11 a.m. to 9...
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Wild Maine lowbush blueberries. Boxed and ready for purchase, or u-pick. Alexander's blueberry farm is conveniently located just 35 minutes north of the Bangor Mall. Unlike the cultivated high bush blueberry, Maine low bush wild blueberries burst with a sweet and tangy flavor—a wonderful delicacy freshly picked or pulled from the freezer for your favorite recipes. Whether fresh or frozen, wild...
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Wild blueberries are a native plant in Canada and can be found growing naturally in all provinces. Did you know there are four Canadian provinces where wild blueberries grow most abundantly and are harvested commercially? Discover more below…. Are you a buyer interested in purchasing Canadian Wild Blueberries for retail, foodservice, or as an ingredient? We can help. Simply click on the truck...
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Since 1971 my family has grown wild blueberries in Northern Nova Scotia. My grandfather lost his sawmill in a fire that year, and rather than risk losing his hardworking crew, he kept them busy by sending them out to clear the first. In those days the equipment was basic, and he is family-famous for saying that if the blueberry business didn’t work out, he’d just stow his axe and scythe and...
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G.M. Allen & Son is now in their fourth generation of growing and harvesting the Maine wild blueberry. G. M. Allen & Son, Inc. blueberries grow naturally wild in the rocky blueberry barrens on the Blue Hill Bay Peninsula as they have for thousands of years. This is the region that inspired Robert McCloskey’s children’s book, Blueberries For Sal. Wild Maine Blueberries are unique in the U.S. to...
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Family farm in Maine that ships our frozen MOFGA certified organic wild blueberries --from our farm to you! Our wild blueberries are harvested in the full height of summer, when they are at their peak ripeness, and they are frozen the very day they are harvested and winnowed. This is what is known as “fresh frozen,” in contrast to the more factory-scale “IQF” (Individual Quick Frozen) wild...
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Family farm in Maine that ships our frozen MOFGA certified organic wild blueberries --from our farm to you! Our wild blueberries are harvested in the full height of summer, when they are at their peak ripeness, and they are frozen the very day they are harvested and winnowed. This is what is known as “fresh frozen,” in contrast to the more factory-scale “IQF” (Individual Quick Frozen) wild...
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Maine Sweet and Wild Blueberries, taste the difference. Selling fresh-frozen wild blueberries and spread. Maine Sweet and Wild was founded in 2005 with the goal of providing the freshest wild blueberries possible to the Downeast Maine region and to visiting toursits during the harvest season. We sell fresh blueberries only during the harvest season and sell frozen blueberries year-round. We...
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Family owned and operated, Harmon Mountain Farms has been providing quality Maine wild blueberries since 1988. Our hand built processing equipment ensures that only the finest blueberries reach your table. Our wild berries are available at the farm in August and sold frozen throughout the year. We have 5lb boxes of frozen Maine wild blueberries waiting for you. Quality berries. Every time.
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Maine Wild Blueberry Sparkling Wine in the tradition of Champagne. Bluet captures summer in Maine with a single ingredient: native Maine blueberries. Bluet is made from the single ingredient of fresh hand-harvested wild Maine blueberries fermented in the days following harvest. The young wine rests through winter in the barn cellar prior to spring tirage bottling in which each bottle is capped...
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In 2005 two families, the Hansen’s and the Taylors came together with a shared goal of introducing the health benefits of two super foods from Alaska after these foods impressed them. Wild Alaskan blueberry and the wild Alaskan salmon are these super foods and the main ingredients to Kayni products. In fact, the Alaskan blueberry is almost five times more potent than usual blueberries, has rich...
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Recognized as one of nature’s super fruits, wild blueberries are low in fat, high in fibre, an excellent source of manganese and have more than twice as many antioxidants as most other fruits. And they have a wonderful, fresh flavour burst! Did you know? – NB wild blueberry growers. And shipped to markets worldwide. They are available fresh packed in season, frozen, and in a range of delicious...
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