Blueberries FAQ's

Are frozen blueberries good for you?

A cup of frozen blueberries encourages healthy digestion as they have a high level of fibre content.

What are the health benefits of blueberries?

They are often labelled a superfood and are packed with vitamins K, C & B6, as well as fibre and manganese. In addition, they are good for bone health, can help reduce bad cholesterol and also improve your skin and brain function. They are also thought to be good at preventing heart attacks and strokes.

Can you eat blueberries raw?

Blueberries are one of the fruits with the highest levels of antioxidants, and you can eat them raw or cooked to get the most antioxidants.

How can you use blueberries?

Blueberries are great in cocktails, smoothies and frozen yoghurt and also make a lovely syrup. You can also use them in salads, pancakes, pies and tarts including Jamie Oliver’s Quickest Berry Tart which includes mixed seasonal berries, loganberries, gooseberries and redcurrants.

What goes well with blueberries?

A number of other foods work well including apricot, artichoke, banana, beetroot, blackberries, celeriac, celery, coconut, elderberry, ginger, honeydew, lemon, lettuce, lime, mango, nectarine, orange, papaya, peach, raspberry, rhubarb, spinach, strawberry and watermelon.