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A Video Comparison:
Fresh versus Dried Blueberries
If you eat fruit – and blueberries, in particular – for nutrient value, you may find this very short New York Times video of interest. It compares fresh to dried blueberries and presents these facts:
- A serving of dried blueberries is ¼ cup while a serving of fresh is one cup.
- They both have the same antioxidant value.
- They both provide the same amount of fiber.
- A serving of dried blueberries has 150 calories while a serving of fresh has 80.
- A serving of dried blueberries has 27 grams of sugar while a serving of fresh has 13.
- A serving of dried blueberries provides no vitamin C while a serving of fresh provides 24% your daily requirement.