New Zealand Blackberries are available from December through to March.
Store in the refrigerator. Handle all fresh produce with care and wash before eating.
Throughout history the blackberry has had significance in medicine and for more than 2000 years has been used to treat bowel problems and fever. The Ancient Greeks prescribed blackberries to help with gout. Blackberry plants are native to Asia, Europe, North and South America.
1 cup = 123g
|Average Quantity per serving||% Daily Intake per serve||Average Quantity per 100 g|
|Fat, total (g)||0.6||1%||0.5|
|- saturated (g)||0.02||0%||0.02|
|Available carbohydrate (g)||12.4||4%||10.1|
|- sugars (g)||12.4||14%||10.1|
|Dietary Fibre (g)||7.5||25%||6.1|
|Vitamin C (mg)||25||62% RDI*||20|
|Vitamin E (mg)||4.3||43% RDI*||3.5|
|Manganese (mg)||2||40% ESADDI*||2|
|Folate (µg)||31||15% RDI*||25|
|Calcium (mg)||77||10% RDI*||63|
Percentage Daily Intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ
Your daily Intakes may be higher or lower depending on your energy needs
*Recommended Dietary Intake (Average Adult)
Source: FOODfiles 2016