Interesting facts about raspberries – the world’s most delicate fruit

Do you like raspberries? Have you ever thought of the ways of keeping them from going moldy so darn fast? Than this video is specially for you.

This summer is closer than you think! It’s time to remember your favorite fruits and berries and imagine how they taste and smell. Have you done this? Then, it’s time to learn something new about one of the most wonderful and fragile fruit – raspberry.

Do you know how does it grow? How do people pick it? And why are raspberries touched "just once" by human hands before you buy them? Find it out in this amazing video by "How does it grow?" team.

Do you like raspberry? Have you learnt anything new from this video? Share your opinion in the comments below.

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I used to grow my own rasberries in England, straight off the bramble they were delicuios only bettered by the TayBerry ( a rasberry/blackbery x) which we could get from a nearby commercial fruit farm
Feb 3, 2017 5:15PM
Something to feel good about.
Feb 6, 2017 3:30AM
Jon R Wagner
During WW2, when I lived in Potter Valley, 17 miles NE of Ukiah, CA in Mendicino County, CA, the banks of the Russian River were lined solid with the sweetest, blackberry briars. We used to pick them by the buckets full to make jam and fantastic blackberry pies. The source of the Russian River was in Potter Valley where water was piped through the mountains from the Eel River, with a hydroelectric power plant providing electricity to the entire valley. In the fall and winter Steelhead Salmon would migrate up the river to spawn in the numerous creeks throughout the valley. Locals would illegally gaff them with barbed gaffs on long bamboo poles as the jumped or attempted to swim up the concrete apron of the 4-5' high dams built to slow down the flow. The RR ran all the way to the Pacific at Drake's Bay just North of San Francisco.
Feb 6, 2017 8:35PM
Dean Bates
Great taste , grew them in Ohio
Feb 15, 2017 5:15PM
and the 'illegals' do the picking,because they can't find legal citizens to pick and the illegals pee on everything they pick. they make you sick.
Feb 18, 2017 2:30PM
Yolanda Solis
Love them!
Feb 18, 2017 8:12PM
Yvonne Woodward
We grow raspberries in our garden. If I am not going to use them straight away I freeze them or make jam.
Mar 7, 2017 2:19PM
Val Wilkinson
kdpanamdan, Raspberries from the cane, it is blackberries from the bramble
Mar 11, 2017 7:12PM
Val Wilkinson
i grow rasperries in my garden in England and absolutely love them.
Mar 11, 2017 7:14PM
Laura Harrington
Thank you for the comments Kdpanamdan and Jon R Wagner very interesting.
Mar 17, 2017 4:08PM
Gilda Page
Yes, very!!! Delish
Mar 18, 2017 6:42PM
Don Dickerson
Misleading........I think you will find the preponderance of raspberries and others of the type sold commercially in supermarkets, etc. are picked by (legal) machines.......and may not actually be touched by human hands at all. One of the manufacturers of picking machines is Littau.........the canes are trellised in rows, which the machine stradles.........real interesting piece of agricultural engineering.......
Mar 23, 2017 6:36PM
Carol Bedrossian
There is no such word as learnt its learned !
Mar 30, 2017 6:34PM
Dee East
Good Informaton
Jun 21, 2017 5:15PM
Pat Larsen Gunn
I don't think learnt is a word in 2017, and how do you keep them from getting moldy.
Jul 7, 2017 10:50PM

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