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5-6 pieces of blueberries can be consumed on daily basis. These berries are low in calories and extensively rich in nutrition. They are widely used in cakes and muffins. Blueberries find their usage in hundreds of continental and tropical cuisines.

  • They should be stored in a cool and dry place.

  • They should not be exposed to direct sunlight and not kept in hot and humid environments.

  • Ideally, they should be refrigerated for maintaining a longer shelf life.

  • They should not be exposed to strong odors, as they have to be consumed directly.

  • Blueberries reduce DNA damage, which may help protect ageing and cancer.

  • Blueberries protect cholesterol in the blood from being damaged, because of being rich in antioxidants.

  • Blueberries appear to have significant benefits for people with high blood pressure.

  • Blueberries help maintain brain function and improve memory. The antioxidants in blueberries tend to accumulate in areas of the brain that are essential for intelligence.

  • Anthocyanins present in blueberries can have anti-diabetic effects.

  • Blueberries like cranberries are also helpful in fighting the urinary tract infections.

  • Blueberries are also believed to help reduce muscle damage after strenuous exercise.

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  • Canada

Average shelf life of dried blueberries is 6-8 months, however refrigeration can make them last upto a year.

Dried blueberries are packed with antioxidants and vitamins for a healthy treat. These dried oregon blueberries are slightly sweetened and ideal for mixing in cereals or adding to cakes and muffins. They also make a delicious addition to salads and are perfect for snacking on. Antioxidants present in dried blueberries are essential to optimizing health by helping to control the free radicals that can damage cellular structures as well as DNA.

                 Jain Dry Fruits sell premium qualities of these North American blueberries and makes them available to our customers across the whole country. Often labelled a “superfood”, they are low in calories and incredibly good for you.

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