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Propelling blueberries to the top of the industry

September 9, 2009  By New Brunswick Business Journal


September 8, 2009,
St-Édouard-de-Kent, NB – Along the sloping Bouctouche Dunes on the calm
Northumberland Strait, La Ferme Maury in St-Édouard-de-Kent is the future of
the province's blueberry industry.



September 8, 2009,
St-Édouard-de-Kent, NB – Along the sloping Bouctouche Dunes on the calm
Northumberland Strait, La Ferme Maury in St-Édouard-de-Kent is the future of
the province's blueberry industry.

The small vineyard makes a
dry blueberry wine called the Coeur d'Acadie – one of the many emerging
value-added blueberry products that promise to help propel the wild crop to the
top of the province’s agriculture industry.

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