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Raspberries are a sweet and subtly tart fruit that are belived to have originated in eastern Asia. They are usually reddish-pink in color, but can also be black, purple, orange, yellow and white.

Raspberries are a great source of vitamin C, vitamin K, and manganese. They also contain high amounts of antioxidants, including ellagic acid, which research suggest may help prevent against certain types of cancer. (Read more on raspberry nutrition at World's Healthiest Foods.)

Store unwashed berries in the refrigerator. Use quickly, as fresh organic berries are not sprayed with anti-fungal agents. They spoil quickly!