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(2 Pack) Oregon Fruit All-Natural Blueberries in Light Syrup, 15 oz. Can

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Create something delicious with these Oregon Blueberries in Light Syrup. They are bursting with natural antioxidants making them a healthy addition to pies, muffins, pancakes and more. The are packed in light syrup and come in a 15-oz can. They are all natural meaning they contain nothing artificial. The fruit is picked ripe from the branch at the peak of the season to offer a lightly sweet taste and deep color. These canned blueberries have no high-fructose corn syrup and are non-GMO.

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Create something delicious with these Oregon Blueberries in Light Syrup. They are bursting with natural antioxidants making them a healthy addition to pies, muffins, pancakes and more. The are packed in light syrup and come in a 15-oz can. They are all natural meaning they contain nothing artificial. The fruit is picked ripe from the branch at the peak of the season to offer a lightly sweet taste and deep color. These canned blueberries have no high-fructose corn syrup and are non-GMO.
Oregon Fruit Products Blueberries In Light Syrup, 15 oz:
  • Bursting with natural antioxidants
  • Oregon blueberries in light syrup come in a 15-oz can
  • All natural, nothing artificial
  • Fruit is picked ripe from the branch at the peak of the season
  • Lightly sweet taste and deep color
  • Use for pies and muffins or blueberry sauces for pancakes
  • No high fructose corn
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten free

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Ingredients: Blueberries, Water and Cane Sugar

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Better than wild blueberries
Maine wild blueberries are lauded as 'the best'. They were when I was growing up in Maine and picking them myself around my rural home, but today's canned version is awful = small, hard and virtually tasteless, as I've told the state's biggest cannery of them. These Oregon canned blueberries are wonderful... period.
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5 stars for product, 1 star for packaging
Lychees are delicious. The way Walmart packaged them was horrible. There was no padding, cans were thrown in the box, most of them arrived damaged.
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Better than wild blueberries
Maine wild blueberries are lauded as 'the best'. They were when I was growing up in Maine and picking them myself around my rural home, but today's canned version is awful = small, hard and virtually tasteless, as I've told the state's biggest cannery of them. These Oregon canned blueberries are wonderful... period.
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2 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
5 stars for product, 1 star for packaging
Lychees are delicious. The way Walmart packaged them was horrible. There was no padding, cans were thrown in the box, most of them arrived damaged.
Maine wild blueberries are lauded as 'the best'. They were when I was growing up in Maine and picking them myself around my rural home, but today's canned version is awful = small, hard and virtually tasteless, as I've told the state's biggest cannery of them. These Oregon canned blueberries are wonderful... period.
Lychees are delicious. The way Walmart packaged them was horrible. There was no padding, cans were thrown in the box, most of them arrived damaged.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

tasty treat over ice cream or alone---

i keep these handy as i love blueberries year round. i scoop them over home made [or store bought!] ice cream, toss into a salad or milk shake and have used them in ''dump cake'' [look it up] recipes for a quickie dessert or in muffins and on pancakes-- so versatile and about as cheap as fresh usually. the light syrup can be used many ways if you don't want it to water down a dessert....beware blueberries will stain cottons easily but will eventually wash out. enjoy!!

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Better than wild blueberries

Maine wild blueberries are lauded as 'the best'. They were when I was growing up in Maine and picking them myself around my rural home, but today's canned version is awful = small, hard and virtually tasteless, as I've told the state's biggest cannery of them. These Oregon canned blueberries are wonderful... period.

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Fabulous Oregon Blueberries!

O. M. Gosh, I am extremely satisfied with the blueberries in the light syrup! They were very delicious. I would give the product a: five golden/blueberries award! I will continue to reorder this fine product!! Thank You!

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Quality product for pies.

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Nearly as good as fresh!

I use these to make muffins when fresh aren't available (and right now...they aren't). Put into collander, rinse well and add to batter. Delicious!!


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by ddssMay 17, 2016


1. No. It is too thin and not sweet enough. if you want to make a pie try using pie filling.
by Sandy
2. This particular produce is not pie filling. It has no blueberry filling with it. Just packed in light syrup like water. Rinses clean so you can use in muffin mix or pancakes
by wingman60
3. This particular produce is not pie filling. It has no blueberry filling with it. Just packed in light syrup like water. Rinses clean so you can use in muffin mix or pancakes
by wingman60
4. No, you will need to thicken and sweeten the contents of the can with corn starch and sugar, cooking on the stovetop.
by keeshond
5. Yes, the blueberries can be used as pie filling.
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