Raspberries are among the world’s healthiest red fruits. The most popular are the red ones, but black, purple and golden varieties exist as well but are rarer.
These visually appealing fruits are sweet in taste, but at the same have a well-established place in a nutritious diet. They provide a large amount of vitamins C, E, and K, iron, potassium, manganese, folate, fibers and antioxidants, like polyphenol and anthocyanin.
The health benefits of having raspberries in your diet include keeping in control your blood sugar levels, improving arthritis, aiding weight loss, combating aging, maintaining good cardiovascular health, boosting eye health, having anti-inflammatory properties, improving digestions or hair health.
Many prefer to eat raspberries raw, but as gems, smoothies, sorbets or ice creams are delightful.
-No sugar added
-No preservatives, no additives, no added sugar
How to store raspberries:
Best to be stored in the fridge. Preferably to be eaten very close after the harvesting date.