Step aside Goji Berry.
Move along Acai Berry.
Turn in your cape Pomegranate.
You’re not so super anymore.
Not since scientists discoveredÂ two species of Neotropical Blueberries -Â Cavendishia grandifoliaÂ andÂ Anthopterus wardiiÂ that are so super…that they can longer be called Superfruits.
They’re Extreme Superfruits.
According to the researchers,Â these two species of wild blueberries (native to the tropical regions of Central and South America) contain two to four times more antioxidants than the blueberries sold in U.S. markets.
“We consider these two species of neotropical blueberries to be extreme superfruits with great potential to benefit human health,” said study author Dr. Edward Kennelly.
Of course, both of these species are wild and not commercially available….today.
But you can bet that within 12 months, we’re going to see bottles of Organic Neotropical Blueberry juice on the shelves of your local Whole Foods…for about $8.99 per bottle.