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Raspberries

energetic contribution

50 Cal / 125 gr

nutritional values

Serving size 125 gr.

% Daily value

TOTAL FAT 0%
SATURATED FAT 0%
CHOLESTEROL 0%
SODIUM 0%
TOTAL CARBOHYDRATE 6%
DIETARY FIBRES 32%
SUGARS 12g
PROTEIN 1g
VITAMIN A 0%
VITAMIN C 40%
CALCIUM 2%
IRON 2%

origin

Raspberries grow spontaneously in the European and Asiatic brushwood up to 1500 m of altitude, but nowadays they are cultivated in many regions of Europe, among them Italy and Holland, and also in Argentina and New Zeeland.

aspect and taste

Because there are many breeds, the external colour of raspberries goes from a dark and muddy one to a lighter and shining one.

maintenance

Raspberries easily deteriorate and they have to be consumed within 1-2 days from their arrival. You should hand them with attention to avoid any damage.
They can deteriorate if they are kept at environmental temperature. You should conserve them in the refrigerator up to the consumption.
Raspberries are very responsive to cold temperatures and they can perish if they are exposed to a freezing, even if it is a light one. To avoid this fact, do not conserve them at a temperature lower than 30 degrees F/-1 centigrade degrees.

features

They are rich in fibres and vitamin C. A cup of raspberries gives you the 32% of the fibres daily value and the 40% of the vitamin C daily value.