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  • Loganberries are a hybrid of the blackberry and raspberry.
  • The berry looks like a the largest size blackberry but has a dark bright red colour.
  • The loganberry can be eaten raw and is also popular in making jams, jellies and wine.
  • Ripe fruit tastes like a combination of the blackberry and raspberry.
  • Loganberries have a very high Vitamin C content and were historically used by the British Navy in the prevention of scurvy.
  • The season starts before blackberries and lasts for about 2 months.

Health Benefits

Loganberries are a good source of Vitamin A, B1, B2, Calcium, Phosphorous and Iron.

100g of Loganberry yields the following:

  • Calories – 55
  • Total Carbs – 4% of DV
  • Protein – 1.5g
  • Dietary Fibre – 21% of DV
  • Vitamin A – 1% of DV
  • Vitamin C – 26% of DV
  • Calcium – 3% of DV
  • Iron – 3% of DV

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Selecting tips

  • Select loganberries which are bright red in colour and large in size.
  • The taste is sharper than a raspberry and the fruit could still be firm to touch when ripe.

Storage tips

  • Loganberries have a good shelf life, however will keep longer if refrigerated.

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