Blackberry

After several years producing blackberries, we ensure superior flavor and quality of this delicate fruit by breeding our own varieties, using only natural breeding methods.

When picking blackberries, we look for deep, evenly colored berries with a nice sheen. The berries should be plump and dry and should not have dents or bruises. Blackberries range in color from deep blue/purple to deep purple/black. Blackberries are often two-tone in color, which is perfectly natural and does not affect ripeness.

For best results, we recommend to refrigerate your blackberries and keep them dry in storage. Blackberries, like their bush-berry cousin, the raspberry, are especially fragile. It is important to handle them gently when rinsing.

If you plan to freeze your blackberries for jams and jellies, wash them carefully in cold water and pack them into freezable containers.

Taste, fiber and antioxidants

One of the strengths of the berries is its large supply of natural pigments such as carotenoids and anthocyanins that our body will comoantioxidantespara.

They are used to improve the intestinal transit due to their amounts of fiber.

The amounts of potassium which contains help for the generation and transmission of nerve impulses as well as people with large muscle activities.

Nutrition Facts

Serving size: 1 cup of Blackberries.

Calories: 60   % Dayly Value: Vitamin C: 50%
Protein: 2 g     Folic Acid: 9%
Fat: 1 g     Iron: 6%
Fiber: 8 g     Calcium: 4%