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Is wild blueberry vegan?

Wild blueberry is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is wild blueberry?

Wild blueberries are a delicious and nutritious ingredient that adds a burst of flavor to any dish. Unlike cultivated blueberries, which are grown on farms, wild blueberries are found growing naturally in fields and forests. They are smaller and have a more intense flavor than their cultivated counterparts, with a unique balance of sweetness and tartness. Packed with antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins, wild blueberries are a superfood that can help support a healthy diet. Whether you use them in baking, smoothies, or savory dishes, wild blueberries are a versatile and flavorful ingredient that will elevate any meal.

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