The popular wild blackberry is actually the zarzamora, also known as the black raspberry. It is a fruit that grows on bushes from the Rosaceae family, which includes more than 2,000 species of herbaceous plants, bushes and trees located throughout the temperate regions of the world. The main European fruits belong to this large family, as does the rose bush. Blackberries are a source of mineral salts and vitamins, and are especially rich in vitamin C, vitamin A and potassium, meaning that they make an important nutritional contribution.
The wild fruit
The fresh product, which was harvested recently, retains all its quality, texture, nutritional value and authentic flavour.
As a result of stringent production quality control measures and rigorous selection of raw materials, we are able to guarantee that our products are of the highest quality and excellence.
The secret to achieving maximum freshness and quality lies in the meticulous hand selection of each piece of fruit, harvesting them at the optimum moment in terms of the quality of ripeness, in addition to quick refrigeration and consumer service
IQF, or Individual Quick Freezing, ensures that the product retains all its texture and nutritional value, and that it has exactly the same taste as the recently harvested product. Likewise, for preservation, the use of this process guarantees that the products do not require any type of chemicals or preservatives and that, due to the sudden change in temperature, the presence of micro-organisms is significantly reduced.
ENERGY 36,9 kcal
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Vit. B1 Tiamina
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Vit. C Ácido ascórbico
- They improve cardiovascular health.
- They reduce the risk of stroke.
- They stimulate digestion.
- They boost the immune system.
- They prevent premature ageing.
- Prevent cancer.
- It helps improve vision and prevent degeneration of vision.
- It reduces arthritis pain