Blueberries Dried


1 in stock

Dried blueberries are absolutely delicious and offer an array of health promoting benefits and antioxidants (more then any fruit!) Containing a good source of fiber and vitamin C, they have also been found to improve memory, reduce cholesterol levels and improve skin elasticity….WOW! Dried blueberries are great to mix into morning muesli and granola combinations and also taste great in energy boosting trail mixes and fruit and nut bars. They are also a fantastic addition to an array of baked goods such as, breads, cakes, muffins, and salads or just for snacking on for a real treat! How do you like to cook with dried bluberries?

Ingredients

Cultivated blueberries, sugar, sunflower oil

Product Information

Colour

Typical of Dried Blueberries

Odour

Sweet scent, typical of dried blueberries

Texture

Soft yet firm, typical of dried blueberries

Purity

 

Moisture

6% - 14%

Foreign

 

Damaged

 

Split/Broken

 

Country of Origin

United States

Packaging

11.34kg

Code

BLU001

Storage

Store in a cool dry place, preferably 7 - 10 degrees celsius for an excess of 2 years

Nutritional Information

Typical Analysis: per 100g

Energy

 

Protein

2.03g

Fat Total

2.19g

- Saturated

0.30g

Carbohydrate

 

- Sugars

61.20g

Sodium

17.00mg

What Can I Order?

We stock all our items in bulk from our suppliers. As a wholesaler we break down our bulk items to service all your needs. Whether you need 500kg or 50g we are more than happy to service your requests. Melbourne-based customers we also provide complementary delivery 6 days per week with competitive minimums.

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