Blueberry berries contain up to 12% of the tartaric substances of the pyrocatechol group; up to 7% of organic acids (citric, malic, succinic, quinic, benzoic, lactic, oxalic); up to 30% of sugar (glucose, fructose, sucrose), pectin, ascorbic acid, carotene, B vitamins, vitamins PP, essential oil, triterpenoids, phenols and their derivatives, polyphenols, phenol carboxylic acids, flavonoids, anthocyanins.
Blueberries contain trace elements - sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, manganese. Polyphenolic compounds in blueberry are represented by anthocyanins, leucoanthocyanins and catechins. The number of polyphenolic compounds increases with better illumination of plants. In the ripened fruit, there are more anthocyanins, in the half-ripened fruit there are more catechins and leucoanthocyanins.
Blueberries have astringent, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antispasmodic, restorative properties. Blueberry berries also reduce the sugar content in the blood. They increase the acidity of gastric juice, improve digestion, have a beneficial effect on salt and carbohydrate metabolism, improve the blood supply to the retina of the eyes. Anthocyanins from bilberry fruits reduce thrombogenesis. Blueberry kapotinoids improve night vision.
Product packaging meets the requirements of TR CU 005/2011. Dry extracts are packaged in a hermetically sealed 2-layer packs of 0,5 kg and 1 kg of a polyethylene film according to GOST 10354 or in bags according to GOST 12302. Thick extracts are packaged in jars made of polyethylene terephthalate according to GOST R 51760, bucket polymer according to GOST R 50962 and polyethylene tanks for a HUNDRED 98393681-001-2009 from 0.03 kg to 25 kg. Free samples are provided in a sealed package weighing up to 100 grams.