Healthy Frozen Fruit Blend for Smoothies

Frozen berries and kale

Photo from Wyman's of Maine

Frozen fruit blends are now available including a wonderful mix of fruit and kale - perfect for a quick and nutritious smoothie.

Wyman's of Maine, best known for its frozen wild blueberries, recently released three new products to excite the smoothie crowd including the first-ever fresh frozen fruit and kale blend. 

New Frozen Fruit & Veggie Blend

This new mix combines strawberries, blueberries, cherries, and kale. The kale is already cleaned, chopped and frozen, so smoothie-making just got easier! Add a banana and your favorite juice for a delicious drink that even your kids will prefer to sugary beverages!

A premium “super blend” of strawberries, blueberries, cherries, and kale is the first of its kind on the market and provides a diverse mix of healthy ingredients and incredible convenience.

Wyman’s of Maine also introduced a 3 lb. bag of fresh frozen dark sweet and red tart cherries providing the health benefits of both varieties. 

Try the 12 oz. bag of Nantucket Cranberries, rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants. These cranberries are harvested from the historic Milestone Bog, the oldest and largest cranberry bog on Nantucket and part of the Nantucket Conservation Foundation. Who said cranberries were only for the holidays?

Wyman’s full line of premium fresh frozen fruit products are available nationally from the leading retailers such as Sprouts, Wal-Mart, Stop & Shop, Safeway, Hannaford, Food Lion and many others throughout the country.

About Wyman's of Maine

Wyman’s of Maine is the largest U.S. owned wild blueberry grower and processor with a special freezing process that preserves more nutrients. They are a family-owned business since 1874 with 12,000 acres in Maine, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, Canada.

Wyman’s is committed to sustainability with projects that enhance and protect their soil, water, and air, improve the welfare of their employees and rural communities, and support local small farms. They also have a dedicated focus on the protection of honeybees and the end to the terrible - and growing! - scourge of CCD.