Oregon Fruit Red Raspberries in Syrup, 15-Ounce Cans

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Quick facts

  • No High Fructose corn syrup, Non GMO, Gluten Free
  • Vine-ripened Red Raspberries in Heavy syrup; all-natural
  • Grown in the Willamette Valley of Northwestern Oregon
  • Use for pies, cakes, cobblers, ice-cream topping, smoothies, muffins

Top reviews

Great for fruit cobbler!

This fruit is great for a quickie cobbler. Just pour a can in a 9″by9″ pan. Add cobbler topping (mix together, cup sugar, cup flour, 2tps baking powder, and 1 egg.) Sprinkle over fruit. Pour melted butter over top, sprinkle a little cinnamon over top and bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Try it, I’ve gotten lots of compliments on this and it’s simple and fast.
LeonilaAtlanta, LA

In memory of Bill

An elderly man (98) that I cared for ate these in his oatmeal w/ flax seed EVERY morning. Our local grocery stores quit carrying the “raspberry” fruit, so I ordered him cases from Amazon whenever his stock was low. Personally, they are mushy and juicy compared to fresh berries, but they were the only kind he ate. He died at age 99, and ate them for the 4 years I cared for him.
MozellaWhitethorn, CA

Every can dented at least once, liquified red bumps

I received the blackberries, loganberries and boysenberries intact so I was very surprised to find that the raspberries seemed to have been beaten and then boiled to mush. Amazon issued a full refund but I feel bad that I don’t have raspberries in my pantry and I am too flummoxed to reorder and try my luck again.

I am taking pictures and will post images shortly!

AlyshaGlen Arbor, MI

Tasty and good value

I have been buying this brand of raspberries some time from various grocery stores, but they are hard to find. Also they are often >$4 at the grocery store. The berries are pretty mushy, but they have a great flavor. I like to add them to plain yoghurt as a snack.

UPDATE- I have ordered several cases through Amazon and a couple of the cans are usually dented.

MarianneCresco, IA