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Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg
Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg
Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg
Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg
Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg

Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg

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  • High-fibre
  • Hand-picked
  • Naturally sweet
  • 100% blueberries with no additives — contains only natural sugar
  • Ideal for enhancing smoothie bowls, desserts and salads

Quality: Dried

Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg

Dried

£34.00
per kg
Freeze-dried wild blueberries  500 g

Freeze dried

£61.00
per kg
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BBD: 01.04.2022

Everything at a glance Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg

Blue blue blue, all my berries are blue – our dried blueberries are as delicious as they look! They taste aromatically sweet and lightly sour. In addition, they are a real superfood: the little berries are full of fibre.

Dried blueberries at any time of the year

In the warmer months of the year, supermarket shelves are filled with fresh blueberries. In Germany, they are harvested from June to September. However, fresh blueberries must be eaten quickly. They can only be kept in the fridge for a few days.

WiWe bring dried blueberries to your doorstep all year round. Our dried blueberries can be kept for up to 18 months. So you can sip blueberry smoothies and add them to your muffins at any time.

Dried blueberries complement your breakfast with their sweetness and light sour flavour. If you like our dried raspberries, you won't be able to get enough of our dried blueberries. Or mix it in with some coconut chips, rolled oats and almonds for a tasty and crunchy muesli mix!

Insider tip: The dried blueberries infused with water are a great refreshing drink. But they are also a treat on their own as a snack or stirred into yoghurt.

What makes our dried blueberries special?

Our dried blueberries are real beauties. One of the reasons for this is that every single berry is picked and sorted by hand. This gives them the ideal degree of ripeness. And don't forget, they come in a large value pack! And don't worry: if you eat all the blueberries in one sitting, you don't have to feel guilty: they are just pure blueberries with no additives whatsoever! Have fun!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1339 / 320
Fat 1,2 g
   of which Saturates 0,6 g
Carbohydrate 66 g
   of which Sugars 54 g
Fibre 16 g
Protein 3,0 g
Salt 0,02 g

Erhält von Natur aus Zucker

Order number HEID_005
Origin Peru
Content 1 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654782301
Data sheet For technical reasons, the data may differ. For specific questions, please contact our customer support. Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place, away from light
Ingredients 100% blueberries
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. May contain traces of GLUTEN, PEANUTS, SOY, MILK (LACTOSE), TREE NUTS and SESAME.
Sales name Dried, unsweetened farmed blueberries
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The KoRo price chart Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg

New
01.06.2020
Angelina
1,50€ / 100g
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Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg - a look behind the scenes

Peru has the ideal climate for growing blueberries. While, in other countries, these plants first bear fruit approximately after three years, Peruvian...

Cultivation in the Northern regions of Peru

Peru has the ideal climate for growing blueberries. While, in other countries, these plants first bear fruit approximately after three years, Peruvian blueberry plants can be harvested after just 12 months. The coastal region of La Libertad, in northern Peru, is especially known to be a blueberry paradise.

These little berries grow on low bushes, which never measure more than 1,5 - 2,5 metres in height. According to botanists, there are more than 500 different...

This is how blueberries grow

These little berries grow on low bushes, which never measure more than 1,5 - 2,5 metres in height. According to botanists, there are more than 500 different types of blueberry in the world.

In Peru, every season is blueberry season: from June to April, the berries are harvested, with a peak in fruitfulness in December, January and February.

Beginning of the season

In Peru, every season is blueberry season: from June to April, the berries are harvested, with a peak in fruitfulness in December, January and February.

If you had held a blueberry between your fingers, you have a good idea of how delicate they are. This is why our blueberries are carefully and lovingly...

Carefully handpicked...

If you had held a blueberry between your fingers, you have a good idea of how delicate they are. This is why our blueberries are carefully and lovingly picked and afterwards selected by hand.

Ripened under the sun, the berries are so intense in taste, that they do not need any sugar! Our blueberries are gently dried in an oven until they reach the...

... and dried with no sugar.

Ripened under the sun, the berries are so intense in taste, that they do not need any sugar! Our blueberries are gently dried in an oven until they reach the ideal crunchiness. Yum!

Questions about questions Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg

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Do blueberries have seeds?

Domesticated blueberries typically have a lighter flesh and fewer seeds; this is the blueberry variety you find in the supermarket. Our dried blueberries too are domesticated. Wild blueberries have a more sour taste and contain seeds, while their flesh is of a darker blue which will make your tongue blue when you eat them.

How can I use dried blueberries?

You can use our dried blueberries for every recipe where you would use the fresh ones. If you want to make them juicier, we suggest that you soak them in water for a few minutes before using them. Our dried blueberries are perfect in muffins and smoothies, for example. If you are in a rush and need a quick, healthy snack, try adding a few blueberries to a portion of yoghurt!

Do blueberries have seeds inside?

Cultivated blueberries are characterised by their light-coloured flesh and their few, brownish seeds. This is the type of blueberry we know from the weekly market we trust. Our dried blueberries are also cultivated blueberries. The much more acidic wild blueberries, on the other hand, contain a large number of seeds. The flesh of these wild blueberries is also dark in colour. Did you know? When you eat wild blueberries, your tongue turns blue, like that of giraffes!

What can I use the dried blueberries for?

The best thing about our dried blueberries: You can use them for basically all recipes where you would normally use fresh blueberries. To turn the dried blueberries into juicy berries, you can soak them in a little water for a few minutes. Our absolute favourite recipe: blueberry muffins! But a New York Cheesecake with blueberries is always good, too.

How many calories do 100 g of blueberries without added sugar have?

Our blueberries without added sugar have 345 kcal per 100 g.

When is blueberry season?

We love blueberries! Unfortunately, the blueberry season and harvest time in Germany and Northern Europe is only from June to September - and therefore much too short. But so that we can enjoy them all year round, we have dried blueberries for you.

Do blueberries have a lot of fibre?

YES! Our blueberries have a high fibre content (9 g/100 g).

Do KoRo blueberries have no added sugar?

Sure, blueberries naturally have a certain fructose content and therefore have a convincing fruity-sweet to mildly sour taste. That's why we deliberately avoid any other added sugar!

What is the best way to store blueberries?

We recommend that you store your dried blueberries in a dark, cool place away from light.

What is the shelf life of the blueberries?

Our blueberries have a shelf life of at least 15 months after they are produced. You can find the exact best-before date on your packaging.

Can I eat blueberries during pregnancy?

Certainly! To be sure if and how much blueberries are suitable for your situation, talk to your doctor.

Can my baby eat blueberries?

Blueberries are quite small berries, so we recommend that you cut the dried blueberries into small pieces to avoid the risk of your baby swallowing them. Of course, you can also soak our blueberries in a little water and then mash them into a baby-friendly pulp.

Can my dog eat blueberries without added sugar?

Sure, your four-legged friend can eat blueberries in moderation. If you are looking for a dry or wet food for your dog, you should take a look at our pet food range.

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A happy customer says

M
7 May 2021
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Highly recommended online shop with top products

I'm excited about the blueberries: they taste very good in homemade muesli, in fruit salad or just snacked. Through the oat milk in the muesli they get a pleasant consistency. Highly recommended - I am already a regular customer and order blueberries, bilberries and raspberries regularly. KoRo gives me the best value for money with top quality. Delivery is always prompt and reliable.

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A critical customer says

A
20 Oct 2021
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Taste changed

My first order convinced me more. This time the blueberries have a different taste.

All the reviews "Blueberries with no added sugar 1 kg"

R
1 Nov 2021
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Simply good, with us in every muesli

Simply good, with us in every muesli or in the salad.

A
20 Oct 2021
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Taste changed

My first order convinced me more. This time the blueberries have a different taste.

A
13 Oct 2021
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Very suitable for baking or in the

Very suitable for baking or in muesli.

J
5 Oct 2021
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Gladly again

Excellent product, I am thrilled.

S
18 Jul 2021
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So incredibly delicious!

Great price-performance ratio. Super processing and great quality. We love the blueberries already.

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