Fine pink powder with characteristic odour and taste
Positive by TLC
NLT 95% through 80 mesh
Loss on drying
Complies USDA/USP pesticide requirement
Total Plate Count
Yeast & mould
5% Organic Maltodextrin
The product is extracted from GMO-free plant.
Recommended Storage Conditions
Store in tightly sealed containers below 30°C away from direct light and moisture
Blueberry fruit is sweet and sour, has a refreshing and pleasant aroma, and is rich in nutrients such as a variety of vitamins and trace elements. Blueberry fresh fruit can be eaten raw, and can be used as raw material for processing juice, fruit wine, jam, etc., known as the king of berries.
Blueberry fruit is not only attractive in color, but also has a unique flavor. It can be eaten fresh or processed into a variety of foods suitable for all ages. It is very popular among consumers. According to analysis, 100 grams of blueberry pulp contains about 0.5 grams of protein, 0.1 grams of fat, 12.9 grams of carbohydrates, 8 milligrams of calcium, 0.2 milligrams of iron, 9 milligrams of phosphorus, 7.0 milligrams of potassium, 1 milligram of sodium, 0.26 milligrams of zinc, and 0.1 grams of selenium. , Vitamin A9 micrograms, vitamin C9 milligrams, vitamin E1.7 milligrams and rich pectin substances, SOD, flavonoids, etc. Blueberry fruit has the functions of improving eyesight, enhancing self-immunity, anti-cancer, enhancing memory, anti-oxidation and slowing down aging.
In addition to the ecological benefits of carbon sequestration and soil erosion prevention that common fruit trees have, blueberries also have some special ecological benefits. The three types of blueberry varieties have their own characteristics and are suitable for planting in areas with different climatic conditions. Moreover, blueberries are suitable for growing on acidic soil. Soil that is too acidic is often abandoned because it is not suitable for crops and trees, and blueberries need such soil conditions, which can restore a green color to many areas that are otherwise deserted. This is in line with Pekhill's sustainability guidelines.