Raspberries in Mexico are considered the "red gold", since it is one of the most emblematic and fastest growing fruit productions in the country, becoming the second largest producer in the world ranking.
The "Heritage" raspberry is one of the most widely grown varieties, ideal for production in frozen.
The Mexican raspberry is produced by small, medium and large producers, making the product one with the highest production in the future.
• Raspberries contain flavonoids, which help lower the risk of death from cardiovascular disease, even when consumed in small amounts.
• The powerful antioxidants, help prevent different types of cancer. These antioxidants act against free radicals, inhibiting the growth of tumors.
• The anatomy that raspberries have, makes them have a high content of fiber, which helps fight diabetes.
• It helps to the health of the brain and memory, improving the cognitive capacity.