Dried Blackberries

Rs. 740.00

Net Weight

250 Gm 500 Gm 1 Kg

Dried Blackberries

Rs. 740.00

Net Weight

250 Gm 500 Gm 1 Kg
Product description

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Blackberries are tiny berries that have a purple or black hue and have a conical shape.

DRIED BLACKBERRY

They have a sweet and tart flavor to it. It is appropriate for vegans and for those who are gluten intolerant.  

Gifting them to your dear ones will not only be beneficial to their health but also satisfy their taste buds.

It is recommended to be consumed while observing fast as they are known for boosting energy. 

NUTRIENTS 

It contains an ample amount of carbohydrates, sugar, and fiber.

Numerous amounts of vitamins like vitamin C and vitamin B16. Magnesium, Iron, etc., minerals are also present in it along with electrolytes like potassium and calcium.

Nutritional values per 100 Grams

Fruit

 Dried Blackberries

Calories

44

Glycemic Index

24

 

Quantity

% Daily Value*

Energy

184 KJ (44 kcal)

Total Fat

0.6 g

0%

Saturated fat

   0 g

  0 %

Polyunsaturated fat

0.3 g

0.8% 

Monounsaturated fat

0.2 g

0.4% 

Cholesterol

0 mg

0%

Sodium

1.1 mg

0%

Potassium

169 mg

3%

Total Carbohydrate

13 g

4%

Dietary fiber

  5.9 g

22%

Sugar

4.2 g

 

Protein

1.1 g

1%

Vitamins

Vitamin A equivalent

0 μg

0%

beta-Carotene

32 μg

0%

lutein zeaxanthin

1.58 μg

0%

Thiamine (B1)

0.01 g

1%

Riboflavin (B2)

0.32 mg

0%

Niacin (B3)

0.62 mg

1%

Pantothenic acid (B5)

0.17 mg

0.2%

Vitamin B6

0.01 mg

0%

Folate (B9)

0.23 μg

0%

Vitamin B12

0 μg

0%

Choline

5.5 mg

3%

Vitamin C

10.2 mg

27%

Vitamin E

0.57 mg

1%

Vitamin K

13.1 μg

0%

Minerals

Calcium

  10 mg

3%

Copper

0.1mg

0%

Iron

0.13 mg

1%

Magnesium

7mg

5%

Manganese

0.1 mg

0%

Phosphorus

13 mg

5%

Potassium

169 mg

3%

Selenium

  0.2 mcg

0%

Sodium

1.1 mg

0%

Zinc

0.9 mg

0.5%

Other Constituents

Water

41

Lycopene

0

*Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units

†Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database

 

ALLERGIC CONTENT

It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical.  

HOW TO USE 

These berries can be consumed without cooking or adding them to anything else. They get along well with desserts. They are a good companion of smoothies as well as chocolate.

Jelly and sauce are made from it. It is also used to make cocktails and frozen yogurt.

They are added to muffins and cakes; it enhances the flavor of the cake. Salads are also garnished with it.  

Dried Blackberries During Pregnancy 

They are recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to the presence of various nutrients suitable for the baby's development.

HEALTH BENEFITS 

Anti-diabetic properties are seen in it, which makes it ideal for people having diabetes. The biotic compounds present in it reduce the ill effect of sugar.

Bad cholesterol is lowered, and its consumption increases good cholesterol. Thus, it not only lowers the risk of having low blood pressure but also keeps the heart-healthy. 

Drying of the scalp is prevented by its consumption, thus solving oily scalp and dandruff problems.

It hydrates the skin and contains crucial elements necessary for our body to form collagen.

These high fiber fruits are good gut cleaners and also help to detoxify your body. Problems related to the digestive system as kept at bay by its consumption.

A high content of fiber and low content of carbohydrates curb unnecessary cravings, thus, reducing the calorie intake. Hence it is recommended to people who are looking forward to losing weight. 

STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE 

These berries easily last up to half a year if stored in a place without moisture. If you have opened the sachet, then make sure to store them in a canister that is airtight.