Poland is a great blueberry producer in Europe as well as in the world. The main blueberry plantation is located in the Central Poland, near Warsaw. The blueberries which come from this plantation are the fruit of the highest quality and taste. They are always picked by experienced employees and later they are store in cool places.
Nevertheless, it is always worth to know something more about the polish blueberry. There are about 400 different species of blueberries in the world. However, the most popular species grow in the temperate climate, for example in Japan, the United Kingdom, the United states and in Poland. The specie which can be found in Poland is called the northern highbush blueberry.
This type of blueberries is characterized by small bush where the most highlighted are dark green leaves. When it comes to the fruit, it is usually oval and dark blue. The fruit’s diameter is from 6.4 to 12.7 mm. The ripening of blueberries is from the middle of July until the first days of September. During the time, the fruit can be picked up and stored.
When you pick up the fruit, it is essential to learn more about its unique features and flavour. First of all, it is very rich in important to our body vitamins, for example vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin A and vitamin E. The composition of the product is also unique because it is mainly made of water (84%), 14.5 grams of carbohydrates, about 2.4 to 3.5 grams of fiber, about 0.5 gram of fat and 0.6 gram of proteins.