Native Wild Blueberry Syrup
The Ojibwa of the Red Lake Nation hand-pick the wild fruits and berries for these syrups. Each has a sweet, rich flavor, perfect for everything from pancakes to ice cream. High in antioxidants, the hand-picked wild blueberries in this syrup make for a robust blueberry flavor.
A Bit of History
The Ojibwa have lived in the Midwest for hundreds of years, relocating from the East Coast when the climate started cooling. While the European Americans cultivated plants in the 1800s for profit, the Ojibwa continued harvesting wild fruits and berries, which they continue to do today. The core ingredients in the syrups and jellies are still picked by hand.