BerryWorld Blueberries

Blueberries picked for flavour

BerryWorld have travelled the world for over 25 years. We’ve tasted over two million berries to bring you the berry best.

Working with award-winning blueberry experts, Mountain Blue Orchards and Moondarra, we now have access to out of this world blueberries to go into our packs and on to your plates.

We’ve selected the most brilliant blueberries to suit even the most discerning taste-buds, so much so that some have been crowned with the International Taste Institute 🏆 Superior Taste Awards 🏆

Grown with goodness

Not only are the blueberries that we have picked delicious and nutritious, they are also grown with extra goodness.

We focus on developing the best varieties of blueberries and the best growing methods to maintain a sustainable berry production for generations to come. We pride ourselves on the long-standing relationships we hold with our berry farmers from all corners of the world, all of whom have been Global Gap, BRC, and SEDEX certified, showing that berries have been grown ethically and sustainably with care for the environment.

You can be sure each BerryWorld blueberry is nurtured throughout its growing cycle and is carefully hand-picked straight into the very same pack that you buy to capture the 🌱 farm-grown goodness 🌿


Pick your perfect punnet

When buying blueberries, look for plump, juicy, firm berries. The colour should be a deep blue and you will notice a ‘silvery’ bloom on the skin, this is a perfectly natural and harmless part of the berry. Blueberries are ready ripened when you buy them.

Keep cool

Store blueberries in the fridge, between 2 and 4 °C, as soon as possible after purchase. Keep the punnet upright and handle carefully to avoid bruising.

Rinse & raise

Get the most out of your brilliant berries, by bringing them up to room temperature and washing before devouring. Enjoy your burst of berry goodness.

And don’t forget when it comes to blueberries, the more the berrier.

Nutrition Per 100g

  • 57 Calories in blueberries
  • 0.3g Fat in blueberries
  • 14.5g Carbohydrate in blueberries
  • 0.7g Protein in blueberries
  • 2.4g Fibre in blueberries
  • 6mg Vitamin C in blueberries

Anatomberry 101: the blueberry

This little beauty took 2 months hours of sunshine to reach rosy perfection
Stick a blueberry in a raspberry and you get a ‘Braspberry’ according to Justin Timberlake.
Crowned as a superfood, blueberries are source of vitamin C (which contributes to a normal function of the immune system & to the protection of cells from oxidative stress), vitamin K, manganese, and a number of antioxidants.
To get the blueberry flavour really bursting, eat them at room temperature.
To keep blueberries fresh, chill between 2 and 4 °C. temperature.
Blueberries are called “star berries” by Native Americans because of the five points of the blueberry blossom which the ‘Great Spirit’ created.
The pale coating on blueberries is called bloom, it’s a natural waxy barrier that protects the berries.
Blueberries help 'eat a rainbow' as they are one of few fruits that are naturally blue.
Blueberries help stop you from feeling blue, as they help the brain's ability to release dopamine, an energising, stimulatory neurotransmitter.

Pick of the crop blueberry recipes

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Whether they’re effortlessly blended into breakfast, making your lunch lighter, or baked into delicious desserts, blueberries make a scrumptious and nutritious addition to just about any occasion.