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  • Fresh Frozen Raspberries Whole
  • Fresh Frozen Raspberries Whole
  • Fresh Frozen Raspberries Whole
  • Fresh Frozen Raspberries Whole
Fresh Frozen Raspberries Whole
Item Code: GT3011
Port: Qingdao
Payment: L/C, D/P
Color: Red
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Fresh Frozen Raspberry Whole

Specification

 Name  Frozen/IQF
 Brand  Greentree or OEM
 Variety  Heritage, Europe Red, Williamet, Fierdude, US. 22., etc
 Size  Whole+broken
 Crop Season  Jun-Aug
 Package  4*2.5kg/ctn or 1*10kgs/ctn or as per request
 Shelf Life  2 years
 Certificates  HACCP, ISO, BRC, KOSHER, Non-GMO etc.
 Exported Market  North American,South-East Asia, EU, Middle East

Description

Frozen Raspberries are prepared from the properly ripened fresh fruit of the plant (Genus rubus)a bramble fruit of a perennial shrub within the family, Rosaceae, then through cleaned and stemmed, washed and sorted, freezing in accordance with good manufacturing procedure (GMP) and HACCP, ISO, HALAL, BRC system, packaging and storage under conditions of stringent hygiene.

Features

IQF Raspberries possess a bright uniform red or reddish purple in color, possess a good character; possess a normal flavor and odorsweet juicy taste, are practically free from defects, free from cap stems and leaves, free of insect, damage, blemishes and foreign matters and practically whole.

Raspberry Nutrition Facts and Benefits

Frozen Raspberries Nutrition FactsRaspberries are a good source of vitamins B and C, folic acid, copper, iron, antioxidants, and ellagic acid, a phenolic compound known to prevent cancer. They also have a high proportion of dietary fiber, comprising of around 20% of the berry’s total weight. 

1) Antioxidant: Raspberries are extremely high in various antioxidants, which can help fight aging and slow cancer growth by scavenging destructive free radical molecules in your body.In addition to vitamin C, vitamin-A and vitamin-E. it is also rich in several other health promoting flavonoid poly phenolic antioxidants such as lutein, zeaxanthin, and ß-carotene, albeit in small amounts. Altogether, these compounds help act as protective scavengers against oxygen-derived free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS) that play a role in aging and various disease processes.

2) Heart Protection: Red raspberries contain a compound called anthocyanin, which is a pigment that gives the raspberry its red color. Anthocyanins may reduce the risk factors for cardiovascular disease. A study showed diet of foods rich in anthocyanins can resistance to heart damage and inflammation. Potassium in raspberries is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps controlling heart rate and blood pressure. 

3) Diabetes Protection: Eating red raspberries can also help prevent and regulate high blood sugar. Xylitol is a low-calorie sugar substitute extracted from raspberries. Xylitol absorbs into the blood more slowly in the intestines than simple sugar and does not contribute to high glycemic index. It thus can be helpful for people with diabetes to regulate wide fluctuations of blood sugar levels.

4) Eye Protection: Study indicate that anthocyanins in raspberries also protect the eye tissue from oxidative or stress-induced cell death.

5) Weight Management: Raspberry is rich in soluble fiber and low in calories that provides a sense of fullness which halts from over eating. The carbohydrates in this fruit are released slowly. This prevents sudden increase and decrease in blood sugar levels which helps to control hunger and cravings. 

6) Anti-inflammatory: Raspberry prevents damage to the cell membranes and other components, reducing fungal and bacterial growth in the body, fortify your immune system, and aid with digestion. A recent study claims that the Ellagic acid, a natural phenol antioxidant found in fruits and veggies and prevalent in raspberry juice, is responsible for the berry’s anti-inflammatory effect in the gastro-intestinal tract.

How to Use Raspberry

Raspberries are most often utilized in sweet applications, such as jams, jellies, desserts, summer pudding and other baked goods. They also works well in salads featuring blue cheese and spicy greens as well as other savory recipes. A glaze over salmon, duck or chicken. And their flavour combines well with that of other berries. Other complimentary pairings include cocoa, exotic fruits, raisins, creamy and bloomy rind cheeses, honey, peaches, coconut, cinnamon, blueberries, cardamom and lavender. 

Shipment

All year around

Stored and Transport

Best Before : 2 years



Cleanly stored and transported at or under temperature of minus 18 DC. Consume immediately once defrosted.

Microbilogical Standard

Total Plate Count(TPC)          <100000cfu/g                            E.coli                                   Negative                          Coliform                               <100cfu/g                                  Yeast                                  <200cfu/g                        Mould                               <100cfu/g                              Staphylococcus aureus         Negative                       Salmonella                            Absent/25g                                Listeria                                 Absent/25g

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