Raspberries (12 oz.)
About this item
- Fresh raspberries are great as a topping for breakfasts or desserts because of the mixture of tartness and sweetness
- Can be frozen and stored for up to 12 months and can be enjoyed in smoothies or other blended beverages
- Easy to carry as a snack for work or school and Is easy to carry in a lunch bag or lunch box
- Brand may vary by club
Organic, fresh raspberries are nature's sweet treat. This plump berry tastes tart and a little sweet but also packs in a lot of healthy vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Because of this, many choose to include raspberries in their everyday diet.
How Can I Include Raspberries in my Diet?
Raspberries are perfect to have as a topping for cereal or oatmeal in the morning and can be a great, satisfying snack during the day. The health benefits make this a great addition to any lunchbox.
A Great Topping
Add raspberries to any dessert to add a pop of color. A plain vanilla cake instantly becomes irresistible with fresh, organic raspberries. Finish off a banana spilt with this juicy sweet topping. Fresh, organic raspberries are a great addition to any smoothie. There are many ways to use this fruit every day.
How Do I Wash and Store Raspberries?
Washing fruit is important. The same is true for fresh, organic raspberries. To optimize freshness, refrigerate unwashed berries in a single layer. Bunching them you can cause them to bruise. When you are ready to eat them, wash them carefully and spread the berries in a single layer on a plate or tray lined with paper towels. Pat the fresh, organic raspberries dry with another paper towel.
If you choose to freeze them, after a good wash and dry, lay them flat on a baking sheet in the freezer. After a few days, the berries should freeze solid. Once frozen, move them to a freezer bags or into frozen containers. The berries may expand a little bit so leave a little space at the top. Frozen berries can last in the freezer for up to 12 months.