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Dried Blueberries

Also Known As : Dehyrated blueberries, Dry blueberries
Technical Name : Cyanococcus


Taste Profile

Dried blueberries are sweet with a slightly tangy taste.

Usage Tips

  1. Dried blueberries are added to cakes, muffins, bread, puddings,ice-creams and breakfast cereals like muesli and granola.
  2. They are best stored in a cool, dry place in a tightly sealed container.
  3. In hot and humid weather they are stored best in the refrigerator or freezer.

Common names and forms

  1. Blueberries (American Dried)
  2. Blueberry Dry
  3. Dried Blueberry
  4. Premium Exotic Blueberries Dried
  5. Whole Dried Blueberries


Blueberries are tiny berries that are quite sweet and juicy, with a color ranging from indigo to purple. Their origin lies in North America but now they are consumed almost everywhere around the world. Blueberries are eaten raw but due to its popularity and increased demand all over the world, they are very common now dried and sold. They are either sun-dried or dried in dehydrators. On drying they develop a darker colour, sweeter taste, and a firm texture. Dried blueberries are mostly preferred for baking and in desserts.

Health benefits

  • Dried blueberries are a rich source of vitamin K, which plays a very vital role in normal blood clotting. Vitamin k also helps build bones and prevents bone loss as in the case of osteoporosis.(1)
  • They are low in carbohydrates and glycemic index along with being high in fibre, making them an ideal option for diabetics.(1)
  • They are a good source of vitamin C that builds collagen in the body which plays an important part in the formation of ligaments, tendons, cartilage, skin and blood vessels in the body. Collagen also limits free radicals and their damage to the DNA that causes heart disease or cancer.(1)

Selection Guide

Choose dried blueberries that are well-sealed and are free from moisture and moulds.

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