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  • Farm-Fresh Super Food

    Blueberries have the highest capacity for antioxidants than all other commonly eaten fruits and vegetables, plus they taste delicious in baked goods, yogurt, pancakes, prepared sauces, salads, or freshly picked off the farm. We of course love the Michigan-grown variety!


    Because blueberries are high in antioxidants, they can help neutralize some of the free radicals that cause damage to our DNA; this means added protection against cancer and the affects of aging.

Blueberry Smoothie

Next time you're in a jam, make this quick and healthy treat for you and your family.

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Grand Junction, Michigan - Owned and operated by Dennis and Shelly Hartmann, this fourth-generation farm is in the heart of the “Blueberry Capitol of the World” in Southwest Michigan. True Blue Farms produces 12 distinct varieties of blueberries, accommodating a variety of tastes, and the added bonus of availability throughout the summer.

#TipsyTuesday: Chia

Chia seeds offer several health benefits and are versatile enough for all kinds of recipes while packing a healthy punch.

A powerful antioxidant, source of daily fiber, high in protein, and naturally gluten free, these little gems are big on nutrients such as calcium, phosphorous, and magnesium that are crucial to bone health. Another benefit of chia seeds is how easy they are to prepare. They can be eaten raw, soaked in juice, added to puddings, baked goods, smoothies, cereal, or yogurt; or try them sprinkled over vegetables or rice.