["45500124365018[**]true[**]Chopine 12 x 500mL"] Chopine 12 x 500mL
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Did you know that blueberries are among the most antioxidant-rich berries? The different flavonoids they contain can help prevent certain diseases related to aging, including heart disease and cancer. Did you know that Quebec grows two different species of blueberries? There are highbush blueberries (grown in managed blueberry fields) and wild or lowbush blueberries (grown in wild blueberry fields, in the field or in the forest). The production of wild blueberries has a lower ecological impact than the cultivation of highbush blueberries. In addition, wild blueberries are typically smaller and more concentrated in flavor and can benefit from two certifications: Boreal Wild Blueberries and Certified Organic.


Choose clean, firm blueberries with a nice blue to blue-black color and no signs of spoilage (mold and sunburn).


Place your blueberries in the refrigerator in an airtight container, without washing them, but removing any damaged blueberries, Consume them within a week of purchase. To keep them for up to 12 months, put them in the freezer.


To maximize the flavor of plain blueberries, wash them, then let them cool for 15 minutes before eating them.

Stay healthy

Blueberries are associated with a reduced risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease, as well as the prevention of cell aging. Its antioxidant compounds, polyphenols and flavonoids, have effects in the potential prevention of obesity, diabetes and degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's. Blueberries are also a good source of manganese and vitamin C, which are particularly involved in the functioning of the immune system.
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