Blueberries Cost

The Cost of Blueberries

Last Updated on June 12, 2021 | Written by CPA Alec Pow
First Published on June 12, 2021 | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popivker

Blueberries are one of the greatest fruits to come out from North America. They’re low in calories, high in nutrients and antioxidants – making them a perfect snack for any occasion. The wild blueberry will usually be smaller than those grown on farms due to their size-restrictive environment Nevertheless, there are some varieties that grow larger than what we consider as the average. Apart from just being great snacks, they also have antiaging properties.

How much do blueberries cost?

Blueberries, depending on the time of the year, where you buy them from, their quality, and quantity, can cost anywhere between $1 and $4 per pint. You should expect to pay around 20% to 40% more if they are organic just like most other fruits.

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Frozen blueberries are a great way to satisfy cravings for these sweet, juicy fruits when they aren’t in season. They come in 8-16 ounce bags and cost anywhere from $1-$3 at your local grocery store. The best part is that frozen blueberry prices don’t change because of their availability all year long. Fresh blueberries can be more expensive than ice cold ones if you’re looking for them during off-seasons. At Walmart, a 48 oz bag retails close to $10 while Trader Joe’s offers 12-ounce packages costing approximately $3.

Dried blueberries are often more expensive, costing between $5 and $6 per pound and they will come in a somewhat smaller package, of about six to eight ounces.

Growing your own blueberries in your garden will cost anywhere from only $5 and up to $15, depending on where you purchase them from and what is the size of the plants.

Details on blueberries

Blueberries, when purchased fresh from a grocery store shelf or produce section, come in plastic containers that are both recyclable and transparent. This allows you to see the fruit’s ripeness before purchasing it; if it is visibly bruised then chances are it isn’t very ripe anymore. Frozen blueberry varieties will be packaged for easy storage: freeze-dried berries can take up less space than their whole counterparts.

Important things to consider

Fresh BlueberriesWhy not purchase berries during the peak seasons such as summer and add them to freezer bags? Doing so will help you save money by avoiding buying these fruits at a later date when prices are higher.

How many blueberries can fit in a cup? A half-cup equals roughly 2.6 ounces and one pint is equal to two cups. This means that you will be able to fit about half of a pint inside a cup of blueberries.

When you purchase fresh blueberries, they can last up to 10 days in the refrigerator. Driscoll is a common brand that people are likely to find at local grocery stores. You can find out where the blueberries come from by paying close attention to their packaging.

Blueberries provide a myriad of health benefits, including fighting cancer and aging. They also benefit digestion by relieving constipation as well as aiding weight loss with their ability to suppress the appetite. But that’s not all – blueberries are great for your skin too.

Any way to save some money?

Picking your own blueberries not only saves you a few extra dollars, but it also allows for bragging rights. Some U-pick farms will allow customers to pick by bucket or one gallon. These types of farms can be found in most states nationwide. The price of picking these berries depends on the state as well as the season. A farm could charge anywhere from $15-$25 per pound with close to six pounds being yielded out of each gallon’s worth.

Blueberries are a hearty, delicious fruit that can be eaten raw or cooked into breakfast foods. Frozen blueberries will typically retain their freshness and flavor and will work great in recipes for smoothies or pancakes; no matter the time of year you buy them they’ll still make your dish taste amazing.

Some stores may have blueberries on sale, while others will not. It never hurts to look around for the best deal.


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  1. Jonathan Huffman
    Jonathan Huffman says:

    I love your article, I am going to start a blueberry sales company, which means I’ll be picking all day, packing
    All night and then selling all weekend.

    means I’ll be picking all day and packing all night and selling all weekend


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