A strawberry, raspberry and blueberry country trio
5 minutes out of the freezer before serving.
Did you know ?
Ancient Greeks knew of the blueberry to which they lent various medicinal properties. In Medieval times the berry and the leaves were prescribed to treat various ailments. These uses have fallen into disuse with the advent of modern pharmacopoeia. However, the discovery in recent decades of the beneficial role of antioxidants on human health has renewed interest of both researchers and consumers for the tasty blueberry.
Fresh or frozen blueberries contain vitamin C. In addition to contributing to the proper functioning of the immune system, vitamin C acts as an antioxidant and protects cells against damage associated with aging.