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After the strawberry, the raspberry, together with the blueberry, is the most popular product in soft fruit. Raspberries are pink-red to dark-red fruits. They are made up of numerous balls, the so-called partial fruits. Raspberries are deliciously juicy and sweet, firm and even in colour.

Our raspberries are part of our Discovered brand.

Passport Raspberry

Name Raspberry
Family Rosaceae
Varieties Kweli, Kwanza, Amira, Imara, Rafiki, Sarafina
Origin Unknown
Source Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Mexico, Tanzania
Availability Year-round
Packaging Ask for the options
Brand Discovered or supplier's brand

Storage advice raspberries

In the store
Raspberries must be stored in a cool place, between 0°C and 3°C.

At home
We advise consumers to keep raspberries in the fridge.
Our tip: scatter the raspberries on a plate or dish to prevent them from bruising.

Usage tips Raspberries

It is better not to wash raspberries, to prevent them from becoming watery. Raspberries are good to be eaten as they are, and they are very suitable in various dishes, especially in desserts and cakes.

Extra tip for the consumer
Raspberries are delicious in a salad, for example with goat cheese. It is easy to make a tasty raspberry dressing for your salad. You can make a raspberry dressing by mashing some raspberries with vinegar, oil and a little lemon juice.

Ripeness / Freshness raspberries

Fresh raspberries have a pink-red to dark-red colour and look nice and dry. Raspberries are very delicate, so handle them carefully.

Calendar raspberries

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Growing areas raspberries

Raspberry Growth

With our own growers in the Netherlands, Spain, Mexico and Portugal and our own farm in Tanzania, we can supply raspberries year-round.

Discovered Raspberries

Raspberries go under our brand Discovered. The packaging on Discovered products provides not only details about their source and flavour but also explains how the product should be stored and prepared.