A great source of vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber, berries are also one of the most versatile fruits. Delicious fresh, baked, cooked, pureed, sprinkled as a topping, or frozen for later use, they’re a good-for-you food the whole family loves.
Pick berries that are taut, shiny and vivid in color. Avoid dull, wrinkled skin, soggy-looking berries, or packages with leakage at the
bottom—a sign of hidden damage.
Very high in antioxidants, including vitamin C and E. Available year round. Try them—layered with chunks of angel food cake,
whipped cream and strawberries for a gorgeous easy dessert.
High in health-promoting phytonutrients, antioxidants, minerals
and vitamins--especially Vitamin C. Low in calories. Best availability February through October, peaking May through July. Try them—blended with bananas, yogurt and honey for a nourishing smoothie.
A superfood; rich in antioxidants, Vitamin C, manganese, and dietary fiber. Available year round. Try them—layered with low-fat Greek yogurt and granola for a breakfast parfait.
Low in calories, high in Vitamins A, C, and E; also antioxidants and fiber. Best availability May through October. Try them—added to savory sauces for a pop of color and flavor.
Since berries have a short shelf life, freezing is a great way to enjoy them year-round. To freeze:
READY IN: 50 MINUTES
Bake this luscious cobber in the oven for a sweet, berry-filled dessert.
You deserve the best quality fruits and veggies and we're committed to bringing them to you. Remember though that certain crops may not be available due to weather conditions and selection may vary by store.