Dried Berries

Did you know that blueberries and raspberries are considered “superfruits” because of their health benefits? Both are packed with nutrients, antioxidants, amino acids, natural vitamins, minerals, and powerful plant compounds called phytonutrients. While this sure sounds like a mouthful, we promise you that an actual mouthful of these berries is good for you!

CLR-DRY Dried Whole Blueberries

These sweet little berries are a great addition to your diet, as they are low in calories and high in vitamin K, which is important for bone development and blood clotting in case of an injury. They are also full of antioxidants, which protect your body from cell damage. Scientific research has linked blueberries to improved heart health, as well as improved brain health. There have even been studies showing that eating blueberries can lower your cancer risk.

CRL-DRY Dried Whole Raspberries

These delicate red berries have tons of health benefits. They are a rich in vitamin C and low in sugars, but high in fiber (which is what makes you feel full). They contain essential nutrients, and their antioxidant properties help prevent chronic diseases such as arthritis, cancer, or Alzheimer’s disease. Raspberries have also proven to lower blood pressure, which in turn improves heart health.

Our Process

Our drying system gently removes the moisture from premium grade flash-frozen blueberries and fresh raspberries to lock in their nutrients. This helps retain the berries’ valuable health properties, as well as their original color, smell, and delicious flavor. No preservatives, coloring or flavoring are added.

We have been told that our dried berries taste even better than their fresh counterparts!

Shelf Life

Our dried blueberries and raspberries will maintain their optimal quality for at least a year, if properly stored in a cool dry place. They will be safe to eat beyond that time as well.

Want to know more?

Visit the two websites below to learn more about the nutritional health benefits of blueberries and raspberries:

Benefits of blueberries | Benefits of raspberries

If you want to learn more about phytonutrients (or phytochemicals as they are also called). check out this website.