Commodity: Huckleberries


Commodity Overview

Often mistaken for a blueberry, the huckleberry is blue-black in color and contains about 10 small, hard seeds. Huckleberries have a thicker skin and are less sweet than blueberries, but have hints of blueberries and blackberries in their flavor. They are most often used in baking items like muffins, pancakes, scones, breads or processed into jams, jellies and syrups. They are available in the summer from the northern Rocky Mountain region of the U.S.


This commodity is not typically marketed by variety.

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