Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.
Dried Red Raspberries
One word....wow. These sweet, dried red raspberries are well worth the price! They have that perfect freshly-picked raspberry flavor; a harmonious balance of sweet and tart. A rich source of antioxidants, fiber, and minerals, dried raspberries are also very good for you! Enjoy these delicious gems of goodness as a healthy snack.
Health Benefits of Dried Raspberries
1) Antioxidant Powerhouse - Dried red raspberries are a treasure trove of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. The antioxidants in the fruit protect cells against the oxidative damage caused by the build-up of free radicals. This type of oxidative stress and inflammation is associated with heart disease, stroke, and other degenerative conditions. Including more antioxidant-rich foods like dried raspberries in your diet can help prevent the damage that free radicals do on our cells.
2) Packed with Fiber - A serving of dried red raspberries provides 6 grams of fiber, or nearly 25% of the daily recommended value. The great thing about raspberries is that they are a source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber forms a gel in the body that binds with cholesterol and sugar, to reduce the amount that is absorbed by the bloodstream. This process helps lower harmful cholesterol levels and stabilize blood sugar. The insoluble fiber in dried raspberries is just as important to the overall health of the body. It does not absorb or dissolve in water so it is able to remove toxins from the colon and keep the digestive system on track.
3) Good Source of Nutrients - Not only are dried raspberries chock-full of protective antioxidants and fiber; they also provide nutrients like vitamin C, iron and calcium. Vitamin C supercharges the immune system to protect against illnesses, and promotes the formation of collagen, the protein that keeps skin smooth and resilient. Vitamin C also helps the body absorb minerals like iron and calcium, both of which are present in dried raspberries. Iron improves energy levels, and plays an important role in delivering oxygen-rich red blood cells throughout the body. Calcium is well-known for supporting strong bones and teeth, but it can also improve muscle function and reduce the risk of heart disease.
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ellen January 6, 2009
“The dried red raspberries are outstanding. I'm going to have to keep them under lock and key. What a treat!”
Deborah S Whitmore November 13, 2008
“ MY dried fruit arrived yesterday...fast shipping. Your dried raspberries are fantastic and the best value I have found. Thank you!”
Janet, Astatula, Florida October 23, 2008
“Great service - fast shipping - excellent product! I own a bakery, and good quality dried raspberries for baking are hard to find - Thanks NutsOnline - you came through for JC's Delights, Inc.! ”
Toya, Williamsport, MD August 20, 2008
“I really loved the dried raspberries I ordered the first time. I used them in place of cranberries in my homemade granola bars. Fabulous! And then the California Apricots arrived! They're my favorite, but all I could find locally were Turkish apricots. Now I have a delicious and fair-priced source for my two favorite fruits. The dried Kiwi I ordered out of curiosity and it too is Delicious! I'm definitely spreading the word to family and friends about your fine & tasty products and quick order fulfillment. So glad I found Nuts Online. Yippee!”
Gary W. Shafer, Burlington, NC November 25, 2007
“Ordered dried raspberries for our deluxe dried fruit mix and was pleased with the speed in which the order was processed and shipped. And, even more pleased when I received the product that makes the 'major' brand look likes 'seconds' to the Nuts-on-Line product. Will include Nuts-on-Line as one of our preferred suppliers.
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Sharon, Flushing, MI March 6, 2006
“My son said he had eaten dried raspberries, and they were delicious. I did a search for dried raspberries and this site came up. I ordered several bags for Christmas stocking stuffers. We haven't quit eating them yet!! Absolutely delicious in a nut mix with my yogurt each day at work!!! You won't be disappointed...”
Erin, Hughesville, MD February 4, 2006
“This is such a great site! Orders are received so quickly and the products themselves are awesome. We can't get enough of the dried blueberries and raspberries. Keep up the great work!”
Carla, New York December 31, 2005
“FANTASTIC!! We are hooked!”
Carolyn Z, NY November 11, 2003
“I want to commend you on your user-friendly website, your outstanding service, and last but not least, your fresh and reasonably-priced products! Although I prefer to buy from my local merchants whenever possible, there is no store that even comes close to offering the value and quality that I enjoy from nutsonline.com. I not only order for myself but I treat friends and family as well...and all of us are thrilled! The raw cashews, the dried raspberries and blueberries (which I haven't seen anywhere but at nutsonline.com), the combo nut/fruit mixes, the gift tray options...are wonderful! I am so happy that you exist and wish you many, many more years of success to come!”
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Linda, Mount Pulaski, IL August 20, 2014
“I had to sample as soon as they arrived and can't wait to mix in with a batch of cookies. AND THE DRIED STRAWBERRIES you sent to munch on.....FANTASTIC!!! I immediately got on the phone with my sis and told her what wonders you have. I'm looking forward to the morning to try the coffee. Yum yum.”
Serving Size 40g (~1.4 oz.)
(Approx. 11.4 Servings/Pound)
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Red Raspberries, Sugar, Sunflower Oil
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Approximately 750 pieces per pound.
Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 1 year. This item can be frozen.
Country of Origin: United States
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