In 1941 the Rader family put down their roots in the Pacific Northwest and began farming their fine berries. They settled in a perfect growing region, where the cool breeze and long sunny summer days nurture some of the sweetest and plumpest raspberries and blueberries in the entire world. 76 years later, the legacy continues.
The sweet juiciness and deep red color of strawberries are a big reason they are most popular berry fruit in the world. Strawberries, like other berries, are famous in the phytonutrient world as a rich surce of phenols. Strawberries’ unique phenol content makes them a heart-protective fruit and are loaded with Vitamin C, with one cup providing 136% of the Daily Value.
Therefore, the combination of strawberries, spinach, and blueberries delivers an impressive 1-2 punch of flavor and nutritional benefits.