It is easy to eat (no peeling!). Plus, the sweet and juicy flavor makes it a tasty treat. No wonder, it’s favoured among kids. But along with these immediate benefits, this delicious fruit has a lot more to offer.
Blackberries are native to England, now it’s grown in North and South America .
Blackberries have been used in Europe for over 2000 years, for eating, medicinal purposes.
Blackberries have a sweet taste.
When ripe, Blackberries are a purple-black color.
Blackberries taste best when their glossy shine becomes dull and their color is more black than purple.
Some varieties contain seeds, and depending on ripeness blackberries taste tart-to-sweet.
Blackberries can be used fresh or dried and are commonly eaten out-of-hand.
Blackberries are sweet and therefore popular for salads, yoghurt, juices, sauces and stuffing cakes and cookies.
Blackberries are high in fiber and vitamin C and a good source of foliate, potassium and other important
minerals. They are cholesterol free, and naturally low in fat and sodium.
Blackberry nutritional value per 100gm
|Energy||Protein||Total fat||Fats||Magnesium||Phosphorus||vitamin c||Vitamin B-6|
|43 K/cal||1.39 gm||0.49 gm||0.13 g||6 mg||13 mg||13.3 mg||0.12 mg|
|Happy Mama||Daily glow||Pure boost|
|140g blackberries||150g blackberries||120g blackberries|
|40g strawberries||30g avocado||20g mint|
|20g kiwi||40g mango||30g orange juice|
|10g basil||20g oats||40g pineapple|
|100g coconut milk||10g walnuts||100g coconut milk|
|20g walnuts||100g almond milk||40g honey|
|40g honey||1 banana|