Fresh season typically August 10th through September 15th.
Medium-sized (4.0g) deep blue-black colored berry with a small seed.
Native wild blackberry of England, often considered the traditional blackberry.
Thornless varieties available.
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High in vitamin C and fiber both of which have been shown to help reduce the risks of certain cancers.
Contains high levels of anthocyanins (83-326 mg/100g) which work as antioxidants to help fight free radical damage in the body and give berries their deep dark color.
Evergreen blackberries contain ellagic acid, a phenolic compound shown to have anti-carcinogen, anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties. The ellagic acid levels of Evergreen blackberries is 3.69 mg/g of dry weight.
The antioxidant level of foods can be measured as ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity). The ORAC value of Evergreen blackberries is 28 µmoles/TE/g, slightly higher than blueberries.