Proportionally strawberries are low in calories and high in fibre.
Strawberries contain more vitamin C than the equivalent weight of fresh oranges, just 7 strawberries (80g) provides your recommended daily amount of vitamin C. Vitamin C contributes to maintain the normal function of the immune system and contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Strawberries are an excellent source of vitamin K (which contributes to the maintenance of normal bones) and manganese, as well as folic acid, potassium, riboflavin, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, copper, magnesium, and omega-3 fatty acids.
Strawberries contain significant levels of the antioxidant anthocyanidin which provides them with their vibrant red colour.
Historically strawberries were used medicinally to help with digestive ailments, teeth whitening and skin irritations.
From December till June
Blueberries are low in calories and fat, high in fibre and are free from added sugar and artificial ingredients.
Blueberries contain the antioxidant anthocyanidin which provides them with their deep blue colour.
Blueberries are a source of vitamin C which contributes to maintaining the normal function of the immune system and contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Eating blueberries is one of the easiest ways to add nutrients to your diet because they’re packed with antioxidants, vitamin C and are high in fibre.
Blueberries are low in calories, fat, saturates and salt, and are free from added sugar and artificial ingredients.
From February till July
Just one cup of raspberries contains 12% of your RDA of Vitamin K – essential for healthy blood and bones!
Flavonoids in raspberries are responsible for their red flesh, and these antioxidants help to guard against a range of cancers, heart disease, asthma, arthritis and cataracts, Alzheimer’s and age-related neurological diseases. Not bad for a teeny tiny fruit!
125g of raspberries contains over 40% of our daily recommended vitamin C and 32% of our daily recommended dietary fibre.
From October till June