If your diet calls for dried berries NZ health food stores and larger supermarkets sell them. And there are several benefits to eating dried fruit, especially dried blueberries, which can be enjoyed in hot or cold cereal or oatmeal, or in the form of a refreshing smoothie. They don’t contain any cholesterol and are also low in sodium, while at the same time are a source of many of the nutrients our body needs. Vitamin K is abundant in dried blueberries, and is excellent for improving healthy bones and for ensuring proper blood clotting. Because they have a low glycemic index, blueberries are an ideal food for diabetics to eat as a snack and won’t cause spikes in blood sugar. Dried berries, including blueberries can also improve cardiovascular health and the vitamin C present also helps to improve the health of bones and teeth.