The blackberry belongs to the family Rosacea,  genus Rubus and  subgenus Eubatus.
This fruit is delicate, juicy, tasty and has a shiny black color. It  has an oblong shape, sometimes rounded and its dimensions and weight are variable.
Blackberries have various health benefits, such as reducing the risk of heart disease. They also play a critical role in reducing the risk of ulcers or even stomach cancer, among others.
All benefits associated with the blackberry are due  to its highly nutritious composition. The blackberry thus contains a large proportion of fibers, vitamin C, vitamin K and folic acid.

Health Benefits

  • Protects heart health
  • Controls diabetes
  • Improves memory
  • Fights cancer
  • Prevents bacterial infections


Origin: Portugal


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Blackberry Seasonality

  Jan   Fev   Mar   Apr   May   Jun  
  Jul   Aug   Set   Out   Nov   Dec  

Blackberry Nutritional Information

  Amount per 100g  
  Calories 43 Kcal  
  Lipids 0,4 g  
  Saturated fatty acid 0,0 g  
  Monounsaturated fatty acid 0,2 g  
  Polyunsaturates 0,0 g  
  Linoleic acid 0,2 g  
  Carbohydrates 10 g  
  Fiber 1,7 g  
  Protein 1,4 g  
  Vitamin C 36,4 mg  
  Vitamin A  µg  
  Potassium 194 mg  
  Iron 19 mg  
  Magnesium 18 mg  
  Calcium 39 mg  
 Fonte: INSA.PT



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