Sun Belle Raspberries
Sun Belle has been rolling out its Erika raspberries. Currently grown in Mexico and Chile, soon this Italian-born marvel of a raspberry will be cultivated and shipped from farms in the United States. Sun Belle uses the most advanced and rigorous practices to grow raspberries on its farms in Chile and Mexico and will apply the same standards in the United States.
Raspberries are delicious to the tongue and the eyes and amazingly versatile. Sun Belle’s Erika berries are large, well shaped, dry and brightly colored with a consistent sparkling flavor.
- A Healthy Berry
- Royalty in the kitchen
- How to choose them
- How to prepare your raspberries
- Nutrition Facts
Low in sugar, but high in fiber, antioxidants, ellagitannins, folates, vitamins and minerals,
Sun Belle raspberries are a healthful and healthy as well as satisfying treat. The compounds found
in raspberries are associated with cancer fighting attributes and may
lessen risks of cardiovascular diseases and age related neurological conditions.
One cup of fresh Sun Belle raspberries, with only 65 calories, contains 8 grams of fiber and the following daily suggested requirements by percent: 50% Vitamin C; 41% manganese; 12% Vitamin K; 6% folic acid and 5% potassium.
- Sun Belle raspberries are royalty among berries. In the world's finest kitchens, raspberries are used in mousses, soufflés, sauces, pastries and bombes. At home elegant, tasty and pleasing raspberries dress up any meal. Simply toss raspberries on ice cream, scatter them on fruit salad, or add raspberries to a bowl of cereal.
- Look for raspberries that are intact, dry and bright colored. Raspberries are unique because each raspberry is made of individual drupelets that grow around a central core which stays on the plant when the raspberry is picked. So the berries are hollow!
- Raspberries are very delicate when used in desserts and cooking. Try not to wash raspberries. If you do wash them, do so only right before they are consumed. Otherwise the drupelets absorb water, get soft and the berry structure begins to weaken.
Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1 cup (123 g) Calories: 64 Sodium: 1 mg Total Carbohydrates: 15 g Dietary Fiber: 8 g Sugars: 5 g Protein: 1 g % Daily Value Vitamin A: 1% Vitamin C: 54% Calcium: 3% Iron: 5%