What do you get in every boost of blue? Fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese and potassium, as a start – all at just 80 calories per cup.1 Blueberries are also low in sodium and have virtually no fat. It’s a simple, no-stress food you can enjoy any time of day and anywhere. (Blueberries are the perfect, durable travelling berry.)
We’re Always Learning More
Blueberries may promote good health in additional ways. Areas of research include:
Blueberries and Heart Health
February is American Heart Month, but blueberries are a nutritious, heart-smart choice all year long! You can feel good about grabbing a boost of blue every day as a snack and ingredient. Learn more about the blueberry-heart health connection and take a quiz to find a heart-healthy blueberry recipe tailored to you!
Make Your Heart Happy
Blueberries are certified as heart-healthy through the American Heart Association (AHA)® Heart-Check Food Certification Program! The distinctive red-and-white mark is an easy, reliable way to identify heart-healthy foods that can be part of a sensible eating plan.