One of the most important characteristics of berries is without a doubt the content of mineral elements: in the case of raspberries, for example, one cannot fail to underline how they are very rich in potassium and magnesium, which are then added the inevitable vitamin C and type A provitamin. The raspberry plant is part of the rosacaee and these fruits, which in reality are nothing more than a cluster of drupes, flower on these thorny shrubs generally during the period between the months of June and October, depending on the variety of the plant.

Use in cooking

Raspberries can be used in the kitchen both by eating them natural, as well as to prepare a large number of desserts, including cakes, ice creams, puddings or jams.


Raspberries are generally stored in the refrigerator, for a couple of days, or in the freezer.


According to popular tradition, in the past, raspberry was considered a panacea for women's fertility and, above all, it was thought to prevent abortion.

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