About Blueberries

With a rich history and even richer taste, what’s not to love about blueberries? The first commercial crop of little blue dynamos traveled from farm to table 100 years ago and have been a family favorite in homes across America ever since. Native to North America, blueberries have been around for more than 13,000 years – so they have deep roots in our country’s history. Today, we’re still reaping the health benefits of blueberries, and are discovering they have more to offer than our ancestors could have ever imagined

Blueberry Season

Blueberry season means long, hot summer days with icy-cold lemonade. Blueberry season also means scarves and steaming-hot muffins. Fresh flowers and fresh blueberry salads. Tailgates and blueberry guacamole. Because every season is blueberry season! Blueberry…

Blueberry Facts

Get the essential blueberry facts - how and where blueberries grow; tips for buying, handling and freezing blueberries; and farms where you can pick your own berries. All brought to you by little blue dynamos!

Winter Fresh Blueberries

Winter fresh blueberries have the same high quality you find in summer and are available in U.S. markets from October through April, thanks to an abundant supply from South America. Enjoy nature's little blue dynamos…

History of Blueberries

Learn about the history of blueberries, from Native American folklore and the first Thanksgiving feast to the 20th Century blueberry domestication efforts that gave way to the diverse and dynamic varieties of blueberries available today.

U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council

The U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council, whose members are blueberry growers and packers in North and South America who market their blueberries in the United States, works to promote the growth and well-being of the entire…