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Where to buy bilberry online? This is a question many people ask, hoping to find this delicious and nutritious treat of nature. Bilberry is indeed hard to find in stores or online, but we reveal the top 3 places to buy bilberry online.

What is Bilberry?

Firstly, let’s start by answering the basic question: what is bilberry? Bilberry is the European low bush wild blueberry (vaccinum myrtillus) that grows mainly in the forests of northern Europe such as those in Finland, Sweden, Norway, and Estonia.

Bilberry is very different than the farmed blueberries you usually find in stores. In short, it is much smaller, it has a darker blue-purple color, a more intense taste, and most importantly, it has a much higher nutritional value. In fact, it has 4 times more antioxidants (e.g., anthocyanins and tannins) than farmed blueberries. To learn more about the differences between bilberry and farmed blueberries, please read our extensive blog post here: Blueberry vs bilberry – what is the difference.

Buy Bilberry Online – Top 3 Places

  1. Local store’s online shop

If you are lucky to live in an area where bilberries grow, your local grocery store may have fresh bilberries available in their online shop during the summer. However, it is not often that brick-and-mortar stores offer bilberries available online as they are very seasonal as fresh. If your local grocery store delivers your online shopping, you may be able to get them to your door; otherwise, you may need to pay them a visit.

  1. Amazon and other specialized online marketplaces

Freezing is a great way to preserve bilberries and have them available throughout the year. Frozen bilberries can sometimes be found on Amazon or other specialized online retailers, that offer delivery options for frozen items. Again, this option requires that you order via the local network and it will not work for international shipments.

It is good to keep in mind that buying frozen items online is not the most ecological option as storing and logistics of frozen items take a lot of energy and may require special single-use packaging for delivery.

  1. Bilberry powder specialized online shops

Another great way to preserve bilberries throughout the year is to freeze-dry them into a  powder format. This method keeps the taste, nutritional value, and color of bilberries as good as when fresh or frozen. Bilberry powder is available all-year-round and there are many online stores that offer freeze-dried bilberry powder.

Bilberry in the format of powder is easy to buy, ship internationally, store, and also take anywhere with you (which is not the case with fresh or frozen options). Bilberry powder is also a very sustainable way because it can be stored and shipped at room temperature without special temperature-controlled conditions or bulky single-use packaging.

If you’re interested in learning how to choose the best blueberry powder (or bilberry powder), please check our dedicated blog post on this topic: Best blueberry powder – Which one to buy – 10 tips.

Arctic Flavors online store is specialized on premium quality bilberry powder and offers an easy and quick way to buy it online with fast shipping times. In addition, our premium quality bilberry powders are available on Amazon US, UK, Germany, France, Netherlands, and Spain.

Below are some customer testimonials of Arctic Flavors bilberry powder:

“I have been looking for quality wild blueberry powder locally with no success. I was so happy that I found it at Arctic Flavors. The purity and quality of the product are unmatched anywhere else.” – Wendy

I love my lil packet of wild blueberry powder…I use to buy farmed blueberries from the supermarket and I am so happy I finally found Arctic flavors! “ – Karma

Best Wild Blueberry powder I’ve tried yet! Great quality and texture, I love it!” – Alexia

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