Monday, September 25, 2017

Nutritional value of raspberry

Raspberry grows wild in Europe and western Asia and was first introduced into cultivation almost 500 years ago in Europe.

The raw fruit is moderately high in calories: 57 kcal per 100 g for red raspberries and 73 kcal per 100 g for black raspberry. Raspberries are rich in fiber and are a fair to good source of potassium, iron, and bioflavonoids.
The fruit contains 13-38 mg vitamin C per 100 g. Frozen sweetened raspberries contain about 50% more calories and carbohydrates than the raw fresh berries.

Black raspberry seed meal contains significant amount of phenolic content: 41.2 mg of gallic acid equivalents/g of flour. A significant level of total anthocyanins was reported in black raspberry seed flour: 61.3 mg of cyanindin-3-glucpoaise equivalents/1 g of flour.
Nutritional value of raspberry
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