Santé Sauvage

Canadian Wild Blueberry powder

€49.29

Vaccinium angustifolium wild lowbush variety 

7kg fresh fruit equivalent per kg of powder (7:1)

Removes toxic metals, DDT and radiation

Contains powerful antioxidants

Anti-aging brain food

From the Eastern Canadian seaboard

No fillers, no anti-caking agents, no sugars

Description

Introducing our latest marvel from the Eastern Seaboard of Canada: 100% Pure Wild Blueberry Powder exclusively from the esteemed lowbush variety Vaccinium Angustifolium. From the Eastern Canadian seaboard, these wild blueberries thrive, absorbing the essence of the pure lands they call home.  

Harvested with utmost care and reverence for the environment, our Organic Wild Blueberry Powder is a testament to the bounty of the region. Each delicate berry is picked at the peak of ripeness, ensuring that only the finest specimens are selected for processing. With organic certification, you can trust that every scoop of our powder is free from chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, and preserving the integrity of the land and the purity of the product.

The lowbush variety of Vaccinium Angustifolium lends our powder the distinctive flavour of the wild blueberry and vibrant colour, capturing the essence of wild blueberries in every spoonful. Whether enjoyed in smoothies, baked goods, or sprinkled atop your favorite dishes, our Wild Blueberry Powder promises a burst of flavour and a dose of natural goodness with each serving.

Indulge in the essence of Eastern Canada's pure lands with our Wild Blueberry Powder, and experience the untamed beauty of nature in every delightful taste.

A key ingredient in your heavy metal detox smoothie !

Here are some frequently asked questions about our new wild blueberry powder

·         I’m loving the taste of the Santé Sauvage wild blueberry powder. It tastes really pure. It’s lighter in colour than the one I used in the past. Why is that? à

Yes, our wild blueberry powder is 100% pure fruit from the wild variety Vaccinium angustifolium and has a delicious taste of the wild fruit. It is sweeter and less acidic than the European bilberry, and lighter in colour. Colour variations can also occur in the same species of wild blueberry due to the raw fruit itself, the soil it grows in, and/or to the drying process*. The pulp of the vaccinium angustifolium variety of wild blueberry is pinkish-white while the skin is dark blue/purple. If you look at a cross-section of the vaccinium angustifolium, you will see its pale whitish flesh tinged with pink on the outer layer of the pulp. The European bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) is dark blue throughout giving a much darker powder. (The larger cultivated blueberry V. corymbosum is whitish green inside). So our wild blueberry powder reflects the natural colours of the wild vaccinium angustifolium.

 

·         Where does your wild blueberry powder come from?à

Our Canadian wild blueberry powder comes from wild blueberries grown on the Eastern seaboard of Canada.

Could you explain how the wild blueberries are processed? à

The freeze-dried fruit process is simple: the fruit is flash-frozen directly after harvesting which ensures a maximum of freshness and preserves a maximum of vitamins and phytonutrients. The term for this process is IQF which means “Individual Quick Freezing”. The process takes a few minutes. The fruit is then placed in a vacuum - this is the sublimation stage during which the fruit releases its water as the ice is transformed into vapour. All the moisture is removed, therefore the weight of the fruit decreases while a maximum of nutrients and flavours are retained. It does not shrink which makes freeze-drying a better option than dehydration. 


·         Is your powder an extract?

The only thing that has been extracted from the fresh fruit is the water. It takes approximately 7 kilos of fresh fruit to obtain 1 kilo of powder. Therefore, we don’t talk about an extract, we talk about a fresh fruit equivalent, which is around 7:1.

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Composition

100% Pure Wild Blueberry Powder Organic certified (Vaccinium Angustifolium) 

Approximately 7 kilos of fresh fruit for 1 kilogram of dried powder

Certified organic

Provenance.: Eastern seaboard of Canada 

Advice for use

Add 2 tablespoons to your favourite smoothie

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