Organic Blueberry Nectar
Our nectar made from selected, wild-growing forest blueberries in organic quality offers a wide range of flavours and an excellent aroma. For our Blueberry nectar, we use only high-quality ingredients that are gently processed in our own press house to produce a nectar with a particularly high fruit content. This ensures a special quality that you can taste.
Nutritional values of our Blueberry Nectar
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Organic blueberry juice, water, organic raw cane sugar
How to enjoy our Blueberry nectar
Our Blueberry nectar offers a unique, pure pleasure. For refreshment in summer, the Blueberry nectar can be drunk perfectly with a shot of sparkling mineral water and ice cubes. It is also suitable for mixed drinks, such as a delicious wellness drink with kefir.
You should shake the bottle before opening. Once opened, the juice should be kept sealed in the refrigerator and used within 5 days. We recommend a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
What distinguishes our organic Blueberry nectar
For our aromatic, fruity Blueberry nectar, we use only carefully selected wild blueberries. These are gently processed in our own press house, resulting in a nectar of the best quality and with a particularly high fruit content.
Frequently asked questions
What is the difference between our Blueberry nectar and Blueberry pure juice?
Our forest blueberry pure juice from first pressing is a 100 % pure juice consisting exclusively of the original and fruit-own components of the processed berries. Our Blueberry nectar is also made from carefully selected forest blueberries and additionally supplemented with water and organic raw cane sugar. This way, the nectar tastes less sour and is perfect for enjoyable consumption.
What is the difference between wild and cultivated blueberries?
Cultivated blueberries - the ones you know from the supermarket - have little in common with wild blueberries. While cultivated blueberries grow up to 3 metres high because they have been bred for maximum yield, forest blueberries only grow about 40 cm tall. The occurrence of forest blueberries is correspondingly smaller and the harvest is smaller. Another difference between the varieties is the colour of the flesh. While cultivated blueberries have a light flesh, forest blueberries have a dark red flesh. The high proportion of pigment also contained in the flesh is what makes the forest blueberry so valuable.