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Make This Spring Memorable With The Berry That Cares

Posted On: May 3, 2018

You’ve heard it before: “Time flies when you’re having fun.” But that doesn’t mean that you have to let the memories fly by too! Studies have shown that a consistent consumption of blueberries can aid in diminishing signs of age-related cognition loss such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. In case you’ve forgotten, blueberries are nature’s […]

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The Key to Freezing Blueberries

Posted On: April 6, 2018

What do you prefer, fresh or frozen blueberries? If you ask us, not much can compete with the taste and texture of a ripe blueberry freshly harvested from our fields in Trujillo, Peru. However, there are times when you wish to extend the longevity of your favorite blue fruit or to simply ensure that you’ll […]

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A Glimpse Inside Our Process Facility

Posted On: April 6, 2018

Have you ever thought about all the steps blueberries undergo to reach their firmness, sweetness and juiciness before arriving at your tables? We’re pretty sure you have! To ensure the highest quality of our fresh blueberries from field to processing, there’s indeed a key phase that goes on inside our processing plants: The freezing process. […]

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How to Celebrate Easter with The Berry That Cares

Posted On: March 15, 2018

As we warm up to welcome Easter holidays by painting eggs and drawing fun bunnies, we also get ready to feast. What better way to kick off a great menu than with some easy and delectable blueberry recipes. This time, The Berry That Cares joined Peruvian Chef Vanessa Gonzalez into a flavorful journey. From blueberry […]

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Trujillo: Our Hometown is Peru’s Capital of Marinera

Posted On: March 13, 2018

Don’t worry, you haven’t been misspelling your favorite tomato-based pasta sauce, marinara, all these years. Marinera is an elegant dance that is taken quite seriously in Peru, where it is often considered the national dance. In fact, the city of Trujillo, where our berry crops are harvested, is often referred to as the ‘Capital of […]

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A Day at Rayito de Sol with Rosa Bravo Uriarte

Posted On: February 9, 2018

Day to day, many of the working moms on our team leave their children who are under three years old in a daycare home called Wawa Wasi. What exactly is a Wawa Wasi? In Quechua, wawa wasi means ‘children’s homes’. In 1993 the Peruvian government created a program under this name that focuses on the […]

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Our Apiary: Keeping Harmony Abuzz

Posted On: February 9, 2018

Can you imagine our planet without bees? It may be difficult to put into perspective something on such a large scale, so how about we narrow it down to our kitchen table: can you imagine how boring our diet would be without the powerful pollination of these insects? Sure, bees can seem like pests as […]

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Blueberry Swirl Cheesecake

Posted On: January 15, 2018

There are thousands of blueberry cheesecake recipes circling around, from cookbooks, gourmandizing websites and grandma’s secret notebooks. But in order to get it right, there are some infallible tips that will ensure you get a smooth and creamy blueberry cheesecake to relish. We were inspired by watching the Camposol cooks prepare a delicious dessert on […]

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5 Surprising Benefits of Blueberries

Posted On: January 15, 2018

A new year has begun and we’re all looking to get a fresh and positive start, whether that’s doing better for ourselves and for those in our community – or both. Incorporating plenty of fruits and vegetables into our daily diet and that of our family’s is a ‘healthy’ choice. Or so our parents once […]

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Get to know Trujillo: Five Facts About Our Berries’ Home

Posted On: December 19, 2017

When we think about where our berries come from, we evoke the generous and redemptive land that has made them grow. Is it that perfect combination of sunlight, shade, topography and climate that has made these tiny sugary gems to thrive? Or could it be the peculiar location of our farm on the ample desert […]

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