Weight: 125 g
Raspberries are referred to as "aggregate fruits." Aggregate fruits are actually composed of many small individual fruits that come from multiple ovaries in a single flower. In the case of a raspberry, those small individual fruits are the little juicy spheres that make up the structure of the raspberry. They are also called drupelets, and each one has its own seed.
Cancer Fighting Properties: Raspberries are packed with cancer-fighting antioxidants. They have one of the highest concentrations of antioxidants of any fruit on earth
Maintains cardiovascular health: The potassium content in berries helps regulates heartbeat and blood pressure
Mood and Memory Boosting
Boosts Immunity: Raspberries are rich in Vitamin C, which increases general immunity to everyday illnesses and rare infections
Aids in Weight Loss: Raspberry is low in fat and high in fiber, so they’ll fill you up without weighing you down with extra calories
Calorie Count: 1 Cal per one raspberry
Ways to enjoy
While at first glance it may seem unusual, the flavor combination created by sprinkling fresh raspberries with balsamic vinegar will send your palate to heaven.
Plain yogurt mixed with raspberries, honey, and freshly chopped mint is delicious eaten as is or used as a topping for waffles or pancakes.
How to store
Fragile fruit like raspberries don't like to be crowded, so transfer to a larger container to store in the refrigerator.
Or, gently wash and dry the fruit and freeze on a cookie sheet before transferring to a sealed plastic bag for storage in the freezer