Raspberries FAQ's

Are frozen raspberries good for you?

Yes! All of the nutrition and flavour that is present at the time of freezing, when the raspberries are freshly picked, is locked in.

Is it OK to eat frozen raspberries?

Yes, it is safe to eat frozen raspberries, and using them straight from frozen works particularly well in smoothies and porridge. In order to enjoy the best flavour from your raspberries, we would advise you to eat them at room temperature.

Are frozen raspberries as good as fresh?

For our frozen raspberries we use Class 1 fruit, meaning they are good quality, and they are every bit as good as those you’d buy fresh. Due to the process of freezing and thawing raspberries you may experience some slight structural changes to the fruit, although this will not impact the flavour - which is just as good as fresh.

Do frozen raspberries have fiber?

Yes, our frozen raspberries contain 2.5g of fibre per 100g Raspberries*. This is approximately 10% of the recommended daily intake for an adult (24g per day)*.

*McCance and Widdowson’s - The Composition of Food Integrated Dataset (CoFID)

Can you cook frozen raspberries?

There are many ways to cook and enjoy frozen raspberries. They can be cooked from frozen or defrosted prior to cooking. Raspberries are great to cook in a crumble, add to chocolate brownies, top your overnight oats, and of course so many different jams or coulis.

What can you use frozen raspberries for?

Frozen raspberries can be used in desserts, baking, cooking, and smoothies and they are a great way to add sweetness. Some of our favourites are Raspberry and White Chocolate Blondies, Raspberry Pavlova, Coulis and Jam or they are great in a Mary Berry classic, a real winter favourite - a raspberry trifle.