Blueberries are characterised by a sour taste typical of mountain forests. They grow all over European woods up about 2.300 m of altitude.
They contain precious minerals such as calcium, manganese and phosphor, and they are rich in vitamin C and A, and in carotenoids.
Their deep, distinctive colour is due to anthocyanin, a highly beneficial water soluble pigment from the family of flavonoids.
Blueberries also contain organic acids and vitamins: a capillary-protective mix enhancing the regenerative ability of retinal purple. Like many other fruits, blueberries are a natural ally of beauty and help counteracting free radicals.
One bottle of DiFrutta Blueberry juice contains the equivalent to 530 blueberries.