Experts say aronia berries contain more antioxidants than blueberries, acai berries and even goji berries. Centuries ago, European settlers called the plump, tart fruit “chokeberry.” A name change and new awareness of health benefits have led to aronia berry shrubs being planted by farmers throughout the U.S. The pea-sized blue-black berries have oxygen radical absorbance capacity (a way to measure antioxidant strength) that’s off the charts—one of the highest values ...

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