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Berry Believer E-News
January/February 2013
In This Issue
Featured Product
Why Antioxidants?
Superfruit Packed Snack
Aronia Crumb Squares

7 lbs of Berries in every bottle! 

Aroniaberry Concentrate     

A tablespoon of Superberries Aronia Concentrate gives you all the  antioxidants you need for the day.


Concentrate Price:
16 oz. $29.95 

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Enjoy $5 off your purchase of our Aroniaberry Concentrate. 
See coupon in this Newsletter

Expires Feb. 11, 2013 


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A New You in the New Year  
We are all resolving to be better in the new year.  In 2012 we heard amazing stories of people overcoming tremendous health obstacles by cleaning up their diets and consuming "superfoods."  We saw discoveries from scientists involving the aroniaberry and the brain; from improving memory to elimination of harmful cells in our body.   Superberries wants to help you make this year better than ever.  Enjoy our special offer below to help you reach your nutritional goals in the new year. 

Jan-Feb 2013 Coupon     

Receive $5 off a bottle of our Aroniaberry Concentrate when you bring this coupon to our store at 8909 H Street, Omaha, NE or shop online at Limited to six bottles of concentrate. Be sure to enter coupon code: ARONIA2013 at checkout. Offer expires Feb. 11, 2013
Why Antioxidants are so Important?   

Aroniaberries are known for their antioxidant power. They have four times the amount of antioxidants as blueberries. But why is this so important?
Four times the antioxidants
of wild blueberries. 

 Antioxidants keep our bodies from "rusting." Quite literally.  Every second we breathe in oxygen oxidation occurs. During this process, our bodies have a tendency to convert a small amount of the oxygen into free radicals. Some of these
unstable molecules are needed to ward off disease.  But when they occur in excess, cell damage can occur and the disease process can begin. Free radical formation can increase when we breathe in air that is polluted and can be accelerated by stress, smoking, drinking alcohol and sun exposure.  


Free radicals are atoms that contain an odd number of electrons. They can react with cell and DNA causing poor cell function or even cell death.  Free radicals can also trap a low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in artery walls causing plaque to form. Free radical damage may lead to early stages of cancer and heart disease  and is also linked to the development of Alzheimer's disease, arthritis, cataracts, diabetes, kidney disease, and age-related blindness.  


A variety of antioxidants provided by different foods are needed on a daily basis to fight the destructive free radicals before the damage occurs.  The recommended amounts of protective antioxidants is between five and nine servings of fruits and vegetables representing all the colors of the rainbow every day.  To learn more watch this video.  


Read more:   Antioxidants Explained: Why These Compounds Are So Important 

Superfruit Packed into Real Snack

Time-pressed as most families are these days, reaching for junk food to stave off hunger has become more the norm than the exception. Having grown accustomed to so many high-fat and sugary snack foods, kids are likely to turn up their noses at any healthy offerings.

Superberries gummy chews are making snacking healthy easier. The company's Aroniaberry fruit gummy chews combine the sweet-tasting flavor children have come to expect of their snacks with the health benefits of antioxidants.  Science has confirmed diets rich in antioxidants can help maintain good health.  As a result, the gummy chews are an ideal lunch bag companion and also make a great after school snack that both children and parents will smile about.


In 2010, USA Today reported that kids were packing on "the calories with frequent, unhealthy snacks" to the tune of 111 extra calories per day when compared to their intake in 1977. More startlingly, today's children are consuming "few whole fruits and vegetables as snacks," opting instead for "sugary beverages, cookies, cake, candy, salty snacks and other high-calorie junk food."   

Superberries in Women's World 


Superberries Aroniaberry Gummy Chews will be featured in the February 4th Edition 

of Women's World.  Pick up a copy for a special discount code for 35% off Superberries Aroniaberry Gummy Chews.  Online orders only. Can't be combined with other offers.  

Aronia Crumb Squares 
Charlotte Ralson - Holiday Baking Contest Winner  


Aronia Crumb Squares 3/4 cup butter
1 cup raw sugar (or brown sugar)
1 2/3 cup unbleached or whole grain flour
1 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1 1/2 cups old fashioned oats, uncooked
1 12 oz. jar of Aroniaberry Jam
Other options:  1/2 cup of Frozen Aroniaberries or 2 tbsps of Aroniaberry Concentrate added to a 12 ounce jar of Jelly or Jam

Cream butter and sugar, beat in flour, soda, salt and mix well. Stir in oats. Pack a little over half of the mixture into bottom of greased 9x13 pan. Spread jam or the Aroniaberry mixture over bottom of crust, not quite to edges. Sprinkle remaining mixture on top. Bake in preheated 400 degree oven for 20 minutes or until edges are light brown. Cool and cut into squares. Delicious! They also freeze well.

Serve with Aronia hot chocolate or Aronia apple cider. (Add 1 T of Superberries Aroniaberry Concentrate to 1 cup of either drink)


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