Summer is Sweeter with Tru Fru Frozen Fresh Blueberries

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Blueberry season is here and I couldn’t be happier!  Thanks to our partnership with Tru Fru, I’m enjoying blueberries in an exciting new way this summer… read on!

Tru Fru Frozen Fresh Blueberries are whole blueberries freshly frozen and immersed in white and dark chocolate.  The result is a refreshing, decadent and delightful burst of flavor.  A perfect treat for keeping your cool on a hot summer day!

Summer is Sweeter with Tru Fru Frozen Fresh Blueberries

Blueberries happen to be wildly popular for a reason – they’re a nutrient-dense superfood with plenty of prove benefits.  Dark chocolate is one of my current obsessions, not just for the richness of flavor, but for its known health benefits and antioxidants.  Put these two amazing flavors together with the addition of a sweet white chocolate layer and the result is simply scrum-diddly-scrumptious!

Plus they’re only 90 calories per serving.  Gotta love that in a summer treat!

Tru Fru Frozen Fresh Blueberries at Costco

Tru Fru Frozen Fresh Blueberries have just launched inside of all Midwest Costco stores, including all location in my area (Louisville, Kentucky.)

Curious?  Of course you are and you’re in for a treat!  Stop by your local Midwest Costco store on July 20 for a sample of Tru Fru Frozen Blueberries.  Like me, I’m sure you’ll quickly want to stock up after you’ve tried them.

Summer is Sweeter with Tru Fru Frozen Fresh Blueberries

What could be better than finding a delicious summer treat to enjoy?  How about great Costco deal, to boot!

Right now, you’ll find a $2 off Ibotta coupon for Ibotta members.  Save on your purchase and savor this sweet snack all summer long.

Summer is Sweeter with Tru Fru Frozen Fresh Blueberries


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Barb Webb. Founder and Editor of Rural Mom, is an author and sustainable living expert nesting in Appalachian Kentucky. When she’s not chasing chickens around the farm or engaging in mock Jedi battles, she’s writing about country living and artisan culture.
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