These small soft and delicately sweet-tasting purple-blue berries grow on the blueberry bush and belong to same group as Cranberries, the Ericaceae family. A berry originating from Europe and Asia, in the nineteenth and early twentieth century, the blueberry trade was common in the Belgian Ardennes.
Wild blueberry purée can be used to make delicious fruit treats including sauces for plated desserts, ice creams, and sorbets. Wild blueberry purée can also be used to make fruit jellies and puddings, including mousse, and is wonderful in popsicles or paletas. It can also be added to vinaigrette for salads such as spinach with grilled beef.
Obtained with the edible parts of the fruit, then sieved and finely chopped, without concentration, Boiron's frozen fruit purées are made with 90% ripe fruit and 10% sugars.
Product of France.
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