If the wild blueberry is only half the size of the cutivated berry, how can they contain twice the amount of antioxidants?
The majority of the antioxidants are located in the skin of the berry.
A cup of wild blueberries contain twice as much blueberry skin as does a cup of the larger cultivated blueberries.
And twice the amount of blueberry skin equals twice the amount of antioxidants.
Source: PEI Wild Blueberries