What do you call Raspberries playing the guitar?
A jam session!
The Raspberry gets its name from raspise, a sweet, rose-colored wine. This delectable, sweet, tasty fruit was popularized by the British and made its way to New York in 1771. One Raspberry plant can produce hundreds of Raspberries per year. Raspberries can be consumed fresh, or processed to make a delicious, tart addition to your newest recipe!
Did you know?
- Raspberries are grown commercially in most U.S. States, but the state of Washington leads the way with 70 million tons per year in production.
- The average Raspberry has over 100 seeds.
We can source Raspberries in the following formats:
- IQF Fruits
- Juice Concentrates
- NFC Juices
- Puree Concentrates