Georgia soil is sandy and acidic – ideal for blueberries. Our short winters give berries just the chilling they need, followed by lovely springs and summers.

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Move over peach, blueberries got you beat.

Blueberries were originally planted as a replacement crop for tobacco. Today, they’re the No. 1 fruit produced in Georgia. Yep, they beat the peach with 18,328 acres producing 39 million pounds of blueberries valued at over $120 million.

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Jams, jellies, cobblers, muffins – blueberries make any recipe more nutritious and delicious. In fact, just a handful can help meet your daily fiber requirement, and it provides 14 mg of vitamin C, as well as your daily dose of manganese.

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Fresh and organic blueberries in Georgia

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