Fragrantly sweet and flavorful, our raspberries practically melt in your mouth.

Berry Fresh

Driscoll’s ensures our raspberries are available year-round by growing in Central & Southern California, Central Mexico and Baja. We naturally breed berry plants to be more resistant to diseases and pests while producing berries that meet our strict quality standards for flavor, color and appearance. For more than 30 years, we’ve ensured superior flavor and quality by using only natural breeding methods to develop proprietary varieties of raspberries. Our berries are never genetically modified or subjected to irradiation.

Driscoll’s plant breeders annually review tens of thousands of raspberry seedlings to identify a handful of plant varieties that merit further testing. These plants are subsequently tested under varied growing conditions. It takes 5-7 years to produce a seedling ready for commercial development. Our Golden Raspberries are grown to perfection on the California Central Coast.

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Driscoll’s raspberries pack a healthy punch of flavor and contain important nutrients for a healthy diet. A single serving of raspberries low in fat and high in fiber, with half the daily recommended allowance of vitamin C, plus other important nutrients like folate, iron, and calcium.

Serving Size: 1 cup (123g) of raspberries

Calories: 52        Calories from Fat: 6
  % Daily Value
Total Fat:0.7g1%
     Saturated Fat:0g0%
     Trans Fat:0g0%
Total Carbohydrates:12g4%
     Dietary Fiber:7g26%
Vitamin A: 0%
Vitamin C: 44%
Calcium: 3%
Iron: 4%

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When choosing raspberries, look for plump, evenly colored berries that have a soft, hazy gloss and are free of dents and bruises. Raspberries have tiny hairs on them called “styles.” These are a completely natural part of the fruit’s defense mechanism and don’t affect the taste or ripeness of the berries.

Raspberries are highly perishable and also extremely fragile. However, a few simple, proper handling steps will ensure that your raspberries remain fresh and delicious. Under ideal conditions, raspberries should keep for one to two days in your refrigerator. For best results, Driscoll’s recommends that you keep your raspberries dry in storage and consume them as soon as possible after purchase. It’s also important to handle them gently when rinsing. Berries need to be rinsed just before use.

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