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There are about 450 species of Vaccinium native to the Northern Hemisphere from the arctic to the tropics. Vacciniums are commonly called blueberry, cranberry, deerberry, bilberry, huckleberry, sparkleberry or whortleberry. All are edible; some are sweeter or tarter than others. Full of micronutrients and antioxidants, some are grown commercially for their small fruits covered with a waxy bloom.
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