Fruit of the Month: Mountain Blueberries

Our delicious and sweet Mountain Blueberries are currently being harvested. We ship our blueberries on the same day they are hand-picked to ensure the freshest fruit arrives at you or your loved one’s door. We are now offering 10% off + free 2-day shipping for all blueberry orders during the month of August while supplies last!

Picking Mountain Blueberries

Health Benefits of Mountain Blueberries

Blueberries are the second highest consumed fruit in the US. A sweet tasting treat, surprisingly this fruit is rated low on the glycemic index. They are high in vitamin K, manganese, vitamin C and fiber. One cup of fresh blueberries has only 84 calories. It’s the perfect fruit to add to your weekly meals. With high levels of antioxidants, they are also deemed a “super fruit” that can combat free radicals that damage cellular structures. It is also newly discovered to be able to promote improved memory and other benefits for the nervous system and brain health.

How To Utilize the Berries

Our blueberries are the taste of summer and the perfect gift for any fruit lover. They are grown in our beautiful Hood River, Oregon fields, with Mt. Hood looming in the near distance. Our blueberries are excellent eaten raw, and also great in fresh baked muffins or mixed into pancakes. Others choose to dry their blueberries for granola or freeze them to mix into smoothies and juices.

Our Favorite Recipes

Below are some of our delicious blog recipes utilizing our Fruit of the Month. Roasting blueberries or adding them into a refreshing drink are perfect ways to include this healthy fruit into your daily diet. What types of ways do you utilize blueberries?

Enjoy this tasty summer fruit while supplies last. Order today and save!


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