Blueberries are nutritious, containing numerous vitamins, minerals, and phenolic antioxidants. They are also prone to spoilage by molds. Research by three students from Carleton University’s Food Science program found that beneficial bacteria could reduce or stop the growth of some molds on blueberries during storage.
“Bacillus and Pseudomonas spp. provide antifungal activity against gray mold and Alternaria rot on blueberry fruit”.
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