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Wild Blueberry Trivia Fun Facts

Wild Blueberry Trivia Fun Facts

This video contains some interesting fun facts about the wild blueberry. Join our mascot Barry Blue as he shares them with you.
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A 1922 Newspaper Article On Wild Blueberries

A 1922 Newspaper Article On Wild Blueberries

This is an article that appeared in a 1922 newspaper article in which the wonders and marvels of the blueberry are praised. It is interesting to note prior to this date the blueberry had a reputation as a healthy food.
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A Healthy Snack
Call Him Blue-Berries

Call Him Blue-Berries

Call Him Blue-Berries is an article which appeared in the Guardian back in 1956 and discussed the future of wild blueberries and Old Home Week.
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Health Benefits

Health Benefits

Scientists around the world are investigating the disease-fighting potential of blueberries – and the quantity of this research is growing by leaps and bounds
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Why Fresh Wild Blueberries Can Be Hard To Find

Why Fresh Wild Blueberries Can Be Hard To Find

While we had no problems finding the wild blueberry, it turned out that we were the exception and that the wild blueberry was a rare gem. Here are the three main reasons that wild blueberries are hard to locate.
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Province Looks To Increase Pollination

Province Looks To Increase Pollination

The province of Prince Edward Island is looking to increase the bee population and pollination through a new program called the Pollination Expansion Program. It is being put into place to assist existing beekeepers and those looking to get into the industry.
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