Australian raspberries have never tasted so sweet

Raspberries – packed with goodness

After much planning and varietal selection, our first specialty raspberry crop was harvested in early 2018. We specifically chose varieties suited to a range of growing regions so we could produce fruit from summer until late autumn – a little later than other raspberries – to keep raspberry lovers smiling until winter.

Our raspberries are sweet with a subtle hint of sharpness. They are a classic raspberry red, plump, firm and glossy.

Where to find our raspberries

Look for BerryWorld raspberries at selected Woolworths stores in Queensland.

BerryWorld raspberries are available in 125g clamshell punnets.

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Raspberry nutrition

  • Just one cup of BerryWorld raspberries (150g) contains 15 per cent of your daily recommended dietary intake of Vitamin K – essential for healthy blood and bones.
  • Flavonoids in raspberries are responsible for their red flesh. These antioxidants help guard against a range of cancers, heart disease, asthma, arthritis and cataracts, Alzheimer’s disease and age-related neurological diseases. Raspberries make a super-healthy snack.
  • A punnet of BerryWorld raspberries (125g) contains more than your daily recommended dietary intake Vitamin C – a powerful antioxidant which helps the body form and maintain connective tissue, protects against disease and helps absorb iron.
  • Raspberries are an excellent source of dietary fibre known for its importance for bowel health. This also helps satisfy hunger and contributes to weight management.
  • Raspberries are a good source of folate, important for healthy growth and development, especially of the foetus during pregnancy.

Raspberry nutrition per 100 g

  • Energy 238 kJ
  • Protein 1.2 g
  • Fat, total 0.3 g
  • - saturated 0.1 g
  • Carbohydrate 7.3 g
  • - sugars 7.0 g
  • Sodium 1 mg

Selecting and storing

Choose raspberries which look firm, plump and glossy and have an even colour as this indicates ripeness. They should be a classic raspberry red.

Some raspberries may be more conical than others but they should be consistent in size and have no signs of bruised drupelets or leaking juices. Raspberries are picked ripe and ready to eat.

How to keep your raspberries fresh

Store raspberries in the fridge as soon as possible after purchase.

Bring raspberries to room temperature just before eating as this brings out the fullest flavours.

Raspberries need tender loving care! Always wash raspberries before eating them. Carefully place into a colander, lightly rinse under cold water and gently pat dry with paper towel. Eat within a few days to enjoy them at their best.

When are raspberries in season?

 
Available: January, February, March, April, May, November, December
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