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Frozen Blueberry 200gm & Frozen Cranberry 200gm Now Available at the Following Stores in Namma Bengaluru

HYPERCITY - 3 outlets - Meenakshi Mall, Kundanahalli Gate & Whitefield (next to satya sai hospital - InOrbit Mall)

New Frosty's - 2 outlets - Indiranagar & Whitefield

You can also order online at Big basket.comhttp://bigbasket.com/pd/40008992/very-berry-fruits-blueberries-frozen-200-gm-carton/?nc=as

http://bigbasket.com/pd/40008993/very-berry-fruits-cranberries-frozen-200-gm-carton/?nc=rp

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Article in Times Of India
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How Cranberries Taste?

Cranberries are bitter-tasting berries that are full of powerful phytochemicals that protect your body from illness. These berries are traditionally sweetened and cooked or sweetened and dried to reduce some of their tartness. You can eat cranberries in their raw state, but the pungent flavor may not be pleasing to your palate.

Once cranberries are processed, beneficial phytochemical compounds are damaged, lessening their benefits to your body. Fresh raw cranberries have higher levels of phytochemicals, specifically phenols, versus their cooked or dried counterparts. Phenols act like antioxidants in your system by neutralizing damaging free radicals. When too many free radicals gather in your system, they attack healthy cells, which increases your risk of cancer and other chronic conditions. The high phytochemical content of raw cranberries helps neutralize harmful free radicals, reducing your risk of certain cancers, including breast cancer, reports The New York Times.

Why are blueberries blue?

Blueberries are one of the few “true blue” foods. It receives its colour from the high levels of anthocyanin. Anthocyanin is a water-soluble pigment that can range from the colour blue to red.
In the popular press, blueberries have reached superstar status in terms of their unique health benefits. While we prefer to think of all 130 World's Healthiest Foods as rightful superstars, we can understand many of the special accolades being given to this wonderful berry. Most health research on blueberries involves their phytonutrient content. Anthocyanins - the colorful antioxidant pigments that give many foods their wonderful shades of blue, purple, and red - are usually the first phytonutrients to be mentioned in descriptions of blueberries and their amazing health-supportive properties. While it is true anthocyanins are pretty spectacular when it comes to blueberries and their support of our body systems, there are actually a wide variety of health support phytonutrients found in blueberries. 

Benefits Come in a Variety of Forms

Cranberries contain bacteria-blocking compounds that are believed to be helpful in preventing urinary tract infections, and scientists now think this same function may be useful in blocking the bacteria responsible for ulcers and certain oral bacteria that can lead to gum disease. Current research indicates that approximately 10 ounces of cranberry juice cocktail is needed daily to achieve the bacteria-blocking benefits that ward off UTIs, ulcers and gum disease. You can get these benefits in an array of cranberry products. For round-the-clock protection, snack or cook with one of these products at least once a day.

Blueberries have more to offer than just good looks and taste!

You can't go wrong eating blueberries as they continue to be one of the best choices to include in a healthy diet. Blueberries have been considered one of the leading "Superfruits" by researchers in Canada and U.S. who keep finding more and more health benefits from this tasty little berry. A 125ml (1/2 cup) serving of blueberries is all it takes to make up one of the 7-10 daily servings of fruits and vegetables recommended by the Canadian Food Guide.

Blueberries rank among the highest for antioxidant activity in testings of over 100 different foods. Being one of the best sources of antioxidants, blueberries can help slow the aging process and reduce cell damage that can lead to cancer, cardiovascular disease and loss of brain function. Blueberries also contain condensed tannins that help prevent urinary tract infections, and anthyocyanin-a natural compound linked to reducing eyestrain.

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We are soon COMING to Bengaluru & Chennai :-)
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