INGREDIENTS: whole raspberries dried, cane sugar, sunflower oil, Vitamin C
Gerbs Whole Raspberries Allergy Statement
Although we are a dedicated 14 Free product line & facility, if you have an allergy(ies) to whole raspberries, please email us first before ordering, so that we can answer any questions and talk about your options: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gerbs whole raspberries do not contain any harmful cancer-causing preservatives. They are unsulphured/SO2 Free, Potassium Sorbate Free, Sodium Nitrate/Nitrate Free and Sodium Benzoate Free. We strongly recommend however that you always read nutritional panels and ingredients. Some of our Dried Fruits have pure cane sugar, and although we are always looking at sourcing our fruits with no sugar added, it is far different than using than harmful chemicals.
All of our raw ingredients are processed, packaged, handled, stored, and shipped by trained staff in our family owned & operated facility in Johnston, Rhode Island on dedicated non-GMO, Vegan, and Kosher Equipment. No co-packers. No co-manufacturers. For anyone with a mild to severe food allergy or a family with one, we wish to assure you that this is why Gerbs handles all aspects of production & operation, and we are among a handful of companies in the world who can state this.
Our whole raspberries product was sourced by the Buyers at Gerbs who partner with the world’s top dedicated Natural, non-GMO, and Organic farms that harvest in dedicated facilities on dedicated equipment so there is no risk of the top food allergen’s and/or cross-contamination. Our goal is to give the Allergy Community relief in the battle of living with food allergies.
Health Benefits of Whole Raspberries
Whole Raspberries are an outstanding source of phytonutrients, such as anthocyanins, flavonoids, stilbenoids, phenolic acids, tannins and lignans. They are an unusually concentrated source of ellagitannins (like ellagic acid), cyanidins, and pelargonidins.
Whole Raspberries contain a good amount of minerals like magnesium and potassium. As a vital component of hundreds of enzymes, magnesium is involved in producing energy, forming proteins and controlling blood sugar levels. Both magnesium and potassium help protect against high blood pressure and support normal nerve, muscle and organ function. Raspberries also provide phosphorus and calcium, the primary building blocks of bones and teeth.
Add whole raspberries to your diet and you’ll boost your intake of manganese and copper. Both minerals keep your connective tissues – a group of tissues that includes your bones and skin strong. Copper also helps prevent DNA damage by functioning as an antioxidant, while manganese helps you metabolize carbohydrates and regulate your blood sugar levels. Raspberries are also a good source of iron and zinc. Copper and iron are required to manufacture red blood cells, and iron and zinc are important to immunity.