In the Spotlight: Raspberries in the Media


As a direct result of the NPRC’s marketing efforts, processed raspberries and raspberry health benefits have achieved significant media exposure over the past few months, reaching consumers and trade professionals across the U.S. Take a look at a few examples!


Yahoo! News: Five Reasons You Should Eat More Raspberries


Fitness Magazine: Surprisingly Creative Ways to Cook with Frozen Fruit


Dallas Morning News, Eat This Not That: How to Handle the Holidays


Chicago Sun Times: Festive and Flavorful Gifts


Meal Makeover Moms: Frozen Raspberry & Mango Smoothie Bowl for a Healthy, Fiber-Rich Breakfast or Snack


Orlando Family Magazine: A Very Berry Sweet Valentine’s Day


All Day I Dream About Food: Raspberry Chocolate-Filled Cupcakes


Fresh Plaza: Scientific Study Reveals Health Benefits of Red Raspberries   


Red Raspberry Health News

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Research studies funded by the National Processed Raspberry Council have been published and are helping us spread the word about the health-supporting qualities of red raspberries.


  • Scientific Study Review Reveals Health Promoting Potential of Red Raspberries

Components in red raspberries may have anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidative and metabolic stabilizing activity, according to a comprehensive review of the available scientific literature published in the January issue of Advances in Nutrition. These properties shed light on the potential role of red raspberries in helping to reduce the risk of metabolically-based chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus, obesity, and Alzheimer’s disease: all of which share critical metabolic, oxidative, inflammatory links. Read More Here


  • Recent Studies Shed Light on Compounds in Red Raspberries That May Reduce Certain Risk Factors

Red raspberries are naturally rich in polyphenols, and as a result of research recently published in Free Radical Biology and Medicine and The Journal of Functional Foods, scientists are now beginning to understand how and why these polyphenols may offer human health benefits.  According to researcher Dr. Alan Crozier, at the Department of Nutrition, University of California, Davis, “In order to further study the potential health benefits of red raspberry consumption, it is important to first understand how the body metabolizes raspberry polyphenols, and the mode of action of the bioactive compounds that underlie these potential protective effects. While current evidence is promising, additional long-term studies are needed to establish the role of berry polyphenols in the prevention of specific health conditions.” Read More Here

NPRC Launches “Farm to Freezer” Video Series With Social Media Campaign



Over the past two years, the NPRC has produced three stunning videos that capture the essence of the processed raspberry farming community and the techniques used to bring processed raspberries to market.  We are officially rolling out these videos over a four-week social media campaign to share our story with the world.  Stay up to speed on our video launch by “liking” @redrazz on Facebook.

Excellent Raspberry Grower Turn Out at Small Fruits Conference




We were thrilled with a full house of raspberry growers and industry members at the December 2015 Small Fruits Conference in Lynden, Washington. During this conference, the National Processed Raspberry Council presented an overview of our marketing program and updates on the latest raspberry research.