Rich in antioxidant substances, the raspberry is a globose fruit of bright red color and covered with a very fine down. Its origins date back to the sixteenth century and the first crops are attested between the area of Italy and Greece. Commonly found in the woods or in the hilly areas, raspberry usually grows in temperate climate zones, exceeding 2,000 meters above sea level and its fruits usually ripen in the summer.
Rich in minerals, thanks to the presence of polyphenols and tannins, raspberries have an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory action on the skin and tissues, are recommended for pregnant women and are an ideal food for diabetics, given the reduced sugar content.
Rich in beneficial active ingredients, vitamins and minerals, it has been known since ancient times for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and for its high folic acid content. Soft and juicy, with a sour-sweetish taste, it has a purifying and bactericidal action, especially in the case of fasting consumption. The powerful action of Vitamin E, prevents diseases such as arteriosclerosis, gives vigor to the body and thanks to its refreshing and nourishing action makes it an ideal food in low-calorie diets and against allergies.