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Açai Berry, Dark Sweet Cherry, Blueberry, Concord Grape and Pomegranate. These power players owe their distinct red, blue, and purple hues to their high anthocyanin content.
Sporting a deep purple color and claiming to have the richest store of antioxidants of all known fruits, the “crown jewel” of Brazil has been revered by the people of the Amazon for its unique nutritional properties.
Once a staple in the Native American diet, they were referred to as “star berries” because of the five-point star shape on blueberry blossoms. Mild and sweet, blueberries are distinctive in that they are the only blue food and are more abundant on the North American continent than any other. Blueberries were also a key ingredient in Native American folk remedies.
A symbol of hope and abundance in many cultures, Pomegranates have been enjoyed for thousands of years. When opened, this “jewel of the winter” reveals clusters of juicy, gem-like seeds on the inside containing important antioxidants. Pomegranates are one of the world’s most popular fruits.
2. DARK SWEET CHERRY
Sweet and succulent, this delicious heart-shaped fruit has been cultivated around the world for centuries. Native to the Caucasus Mountain regions, dark sweet cherries contain significant amounts of anthocyanin glycosides which give the fruit the rich red color.
4. CONCORD GRAPE
The Concord is a hearty American grape with a thick, dark purple skin and seeds that naturally contain phytonutrients called polyphenols which may play a role in supporting heart health.