Among the small fruits, raspberries are the ones that will embrace you with their freshness and velvety, mild taste. We have been growing raspberries for 40 years and, with the help of the earth, we select the best varieties year after year.
The moreishness of our raspberries sets them apart from the rest. This elongated, conical fruit ranges in color from light red to ruby red and has a typically wild flavor and aroma.
Nutritional values per 100 g
The raspberry is a small fruit rich in Vitamin C and it has a high fiber content. It has a low calorie content and it is completely sodium-free.
The raspberry bush belongs to the Rosacea family and to the Rubus genus. The fruit grows on a bushy shrub that can reach up to 2 meters in height. Its small white flowers, gathered in clusters, bloom between spring and summer.
For over 40 years we have been growing different varieties of raspberry including Enrosadira, Lagorai Plus, Vajolet, Regina.
In order to meet our quality standards, Sant’Orsola raspberries must be whole, clean and must not have any damage or marks on their surface. The calyx should be removed. They range in color from pink to bright red. Their fragrance is unique and wild and their sweet flavor is well-balanced by pleasant notes of acidity.
An ancient plant originating from south-western Asia, some archaeological finds testify that humans consumed raspberries as early as the Paleolithic period. According to mythology, the goddess Aphrodite often collected these tasty red fruits on Mount Ida to give to her lovers, hence the origin of the plant’s botanical name: Rubus Ideus.
They are cultivated in accordance with the principles of “Integrated Production”, which follow the current National Guidelines.Find out more about our farming techniques
“We are fragile, handle us with care!
Keep in the fridge between +4° and +8° degrees and wash just before serving.”
Our soft and delicate raspberries are the perfect accompaniment to milk. Try it blended with fresh milk or ice cream for an irresistibly delicious milkshake. Don’t forget to put some whole raspberries at the bottom of the glass to enjoy once you’ve finished your drink!
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