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Blackberry

Rubus glaucus

The type of blackberry OCATI® produces is imported from North America and locally grown near Bogotá. Blackberries are a delicious fruit that can be eaten fresh, processed into juice, and made into jams and preserves.

Información nutricional
1 porción por envase
Tamaño de la porción 100g
Cantidad por porción
Calorías
40
% valor diario*
Grasa total 0g
0 %
Grasas saturadas 0 g
0 %
Trans Grasa 0g
Colesterol 0 mg
0 %
Sodio 10 mg
1 %
Carbohidratos totales 10 g
4 %
Fibra dietética 2 g
7 %
Azúcares totales 8 g
Incluye g de Azúcares Agregados 0 %
0 %
Proteína 5 g

No es una fuente significativa de vitamina D o potasio.

El % del valor diario (VD) le indica cuánto nutriente hay en una porción de
los alimentos contribuyen a la dieta diaria. Se utilizan 2000 calorías al día para el asesoramiento nutricional general.

Fuente https://ndb.nal.usda.gov / Enero 2015

HOW TO STORE

Source: postharvest.ucdavis.edu/Commodity_Resources/Fact_Sheets/

RESEARCH AREAS

Research into the health benefits of this fruit is currently being carried out in the following areas:

Cancer prevention and treatment
Antioxidant properties

BLACKBERRY IS…

A GOOD NATURAL SOURCE OF VITAMINS

High in vitamins C, K, A, and E, blackberries are also a good source of folic acid. Vitamin A promotes eyesight; vitamin C is an immune system booster; vitamin E acts as an antioxidant and counters the effects of free radicals; and vitamin K helps the body regulate calcium and assists blood clotting.

A NATURAL SOURCE OF IRON

A serving of blackberries (100 grams) provides 10% of the recommended daily intake of iron. Iron is needed for the production of hemoglobin, and it also helps build healthy muscles.

A SOURCE OF DIETARY FIBER

A serving (100 grams) of blackberries provides 2% of the recommended daily intake of soluble dietary fiber. Dietary fiber helps lower bad cholesterol, improves digestion, and helps maintain bowel health. The recommended intake of fiber per day is 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men.

A NATURAL SOURCE OF POTASSIUM

Half a cup of blackberries provides 3% of the recommended daily intake of potassium. Potassium is essential for nerve and muscle activity, it also helps waste move out of the cells and lets nutrients in. A diet rich in potassium helps lower blood pressure and may offset some of sodium’s negative effects.

A NATURAL SOURCE OF MAGNESIUM

A serving (100 grams) of blackberries provides 7% of the recommended daily intake of magnesium. This powerful mineral regulates mineral balance in our body, and helps with energy production and enzyme activity.

INTERESTING INFO

In Spanish, the blackberry or mora, is also known as zarzamora, zarza, morera and moral. They are one of the most common berries and they can be easily found in the wild. Blackberries are believed to have originated in Europe and Asia. In Colombia they are grown 4,000 to 11,000 feet above sea level. Did you know blackberries are an aggregate fruit? They are made up of individual drupes that form the berry. Blackberries are first green to greenish-white in color; they then ripen into a bright reddish hue, and finally mature into a dark, intense purple color. There are pure and hybrid varieties that come with and without thorns.