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Frozen Organic Raspberries (1kg)

Frozen Organic Raspberries (1kg)
SKU ORG051
Contents about 1kg
unit price ¥307 / per 100g
1 Review(s)
¥3,070
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Labeling Information

country of origin Turkey or Serbia
ingredients Organic Raspberries
PACKAGING AND HANDLING Keep Frozen at -18 degrees C

Allergy Reference

Egg Milk Wheat Nut Buckwheat Shrimp Crab
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Those with '○' are included.

Description

A big 1 kg bag of frozen organic raspberries. And since they are organic you can eat 3-4 kilos at a time with no negative consequences.

Red Raspberries contain strong antioxidants such as Vitamin C. Fruits, in general, also are high in water content, which will provide volume but not calories. That makes them a nice diet food.


Individually Quick Frozen (IQF)

Serving Suggestion

Use these for any kind of fresh or frozen dessert you like. They are great for healthy smoothies! You can even throw them in the blender with your favorite 500 yen a liter shochu for a healthy and refreshing summer pick-me-up/lay-me-down. 

Thawing

The thawing time depends on many factors such as size, weight, packaging and type of meat. Please refer to our thawing chart ≫here≪



Review of this item

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Guest 10/19/2017
The same size package as the blueberries, this is a generous portion of large raspberries. All were ripe. I use raspberries most mornings in a smoothy, along with the blueberries (available on this website), a banana, a handful of organic spinach, and one or two other fruits. I get a bag each of blueberries and raspberries every month right here on this website, and highly recommend both. They taste great! Raspberries are great for loosing weight due to their high fiber and relatively low sugar content, and can help regulate blood sugar - a plus for diabetics and pre-diabetics as well as those controlling weight - and have been studied as a cancer preventative in double-blind studies. See this link to learn more about raspberries: http://whfoods.org/genpage.php?tname=newtip&dbid=294&utm_source=daily_click&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=daily_email

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