DOAG: Farm Stands and Stores - by county

 
 
     Blueberries are in Season
  
                
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Treat yourself to berry-licious flavor – Connecticut grown blueberries are here. Enjoy the health benefits of the sweet, sometimes tart and tangy, blueberry in your pancakes, muffins, pies, or salads. Find a Connecticut blueberry farm near you, by clicking the links below.

Follow our Pinterest page to plan your visit to a blueberry patch, recipes, and more.  

Blueberry Tips

1.    Choose blueberries that are firm and have a lively, uniform hue colored with a whitish bloom.

2.    Wash berries right before eating. Washing removes the bloom that protects the berries’ skins from degradation.

3.    Store ripe blueberries in the refrigerator for up to three days.

4.    Before freezing ripe blueberries, wash, drain and remove any damaged berries. Spread berries out on a cookie sheet or baking pan, place in the freezer until frozen, then put berries in a plastic bag to store in the freezer.

5.    Add blueberries to your breakfast shake, breakfast cereal, or dessert for a colorful, antioxidant rich meal.

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  Farm Stand and Stores Listings by County
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Look for the letters SF, for small fruit, in the farm's posting to determine if the farm grows farm products like blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries.