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Rubus idaeus is commonly known as Raspberry. Rasberry is red or pink in color. Rasberry belongs to the family Rosaceae. These fruits are rich in vitamin c, a water-soluble vitamin. It is a very nutritious fruit that rich in Fiber, Protein, Fat, Manganese, Vitamin K, Vitamin E, Vitamin B, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Copper. It also contains Vitamin A, thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin B6, calcium, and zinc. It is rich in powerful antioxidants like quercetin, vitamin C, and ellagic acid. It is good for health. Shop Now- – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Organic Raspberry Powder

Organic Raspberry Powder

  • The raspberry plant belongs to the Rosaceae
  • These crops are economically significant crops
    across Northern Europe, the United States, and
  • They have evolved in eastern Asia. These are
    perennial plants with canes that live up to two
  • These plants often reach 1.8m or above. The
    leaflet's undersides are hairy with the color
    varying from white to gray.

Nutritional Profile of Raspberry
The super-nutritious raspberries cater to your
overall wellbeing. A 100-gram of raspberries can
provide 64 calories, 14.5g carbs, 8g fiber, 1.5g
protein, 0.8g fat, 54 Vitamin C, 41 Manganese,
etc. It also has antioxidant compounds like
Vitamin C, Ellagic Acid, Quercetin, etc.?
Types of Raspberries
The raspberries are categorized in terms of color
and again sub-categorized further. Find out
details about them here- Red Raspberry These
are the most popular raspberries that one can
find in supermarkets. The sub-categories of red
raspberries are based on their relative firmness
and sizes. Boyne Boyne is a summer-yielding
raspberry that bears a sweet and aromatic flavor.
It is a popular add-on to desserts.
Heritage These are the large, bright-red,
firm, and flavourful categories of red
raspberries. The quality is superior, and the
taste is preferable across the globe.
Yellow Raspberry These are yellowish-golden
color fruits bearing a mixed taste of
raspberries, apricots, and bananas. Here are a
few of its types- Fall gold Fall Gold
Raspberries are the most flavourful and popular
raspberries ripening around the fall. These
raspberries are highly regarded amongst the east
and mid-east growers. Amber Amber is one of the
high-quality raspberries, superior to other
yellow varieties. The fruit is a summer plant and
is comparable to red raspberries. Golden
Summit Golden summit raspberries are firm,
large, ever-bearing, and large-yielding fruits.
They taste great and crop the first season.
Black Raspberry These raspberries are also
known as blackcaps. These are blackish blue in
color and are native to Northern US. The rich
taste of black raspberries makes them the
choicest of all the other categories. Find out
the varieties under the category
Loganberry Loganberry is the crossbreed of
wild blackberry and red raspberry plants,
ripening in July with a deep wine-red color. It
has grown in reasonable quantities in Washington,
England, and Australia. Dundee These are a dull
variety of black raspberries. Dundee plant is
tolerant to poorly drained soil.
Bristol Bristol black raspberry is an heirloom
variety offering extremely high yields. The fruit
picking is easy because of the upright growth in
cluster formation. These are glossy black in
appearance and bear a juicy flavor.
Industrial Uses of Raspberry
  • Raspberry powder is a highly nutritious
    ingredient that belongs to the Rose family.
  • There are numerous uses of raspberry powder. It
    is dominantly productive for the food
    manufacturing industries.
  • It aids creative baking and delivers a tart
  • It is made up of dehydrated raspberries and is a
    great ingredient for the food manufacturing and
    wellness industry.

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