Believed by many to be the most exceptionally flavored berry in its family, the red raspberry makes a great jam. Red raspberries are made up of connecting drupelets, or individual sections of fruit, each containing their own seed, that surround a central core. Red raspberries contain a substantial amount of iron as well as potassium and Vitamins A & C. Dried red raspberries have a longer shelf life than fresh raspberries do.
Dried fruit is very versatile. They're wonderful in granola and muffins. Mix with nuts or seeds for trail mixes. Chop them and add to bread or wild rice stuffings seasoned with sage, or eat them right out of the bag!
Red Raspberries, Sugar.