Maine losing grip on blueberry industry
Boston.com
Berries harvested by workers were packaged and shipped off to be frozen and sold. Less than 1 percent of wild blueberries, which are grown commercially only in New England and Eastern Canada, are sold fresh; the rest are flash-frozen and sold the world over.
Berries harvested by workers were packaged and shipped off to be frozen and sold. Less than 1 percent of wild blueberries, which are grown commercially only in New England and Eastern Canada, are sold fresh; the rest are flash-frozen and sold the world over.
(Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)