Dark, decadent and bursting with flavour

The blackberry, traditional and nutritional, the underdog of the berry world

BerryWorld have travelled the world for over 25 years, we’ve tasted over two million berries to bring you the berry best. Working with blackberry experts, Beekers Berries, we now have access to exclusive blackberries that we put into our punnets.

We’ve selected bold blackberries to suit even the most discerning tastebuds. Our blackberries are dark, decadent, bursting with flavour, some have been crowned with the 2019 Superior Taste Awards.

Scrumptiously sweet; super, sprinkled on a salad, or perfect straight from the punnet.

Full of fibre and fat-free, the ultimate healthy treat!

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Pick your perfect punnet

When buying blackberries, look for plump, deep purple berries. The colour should be dark and consistent and there should not be too many red druplets on the berries. A little juice in the punnet is harmless and will make for sweet and ripe berries. Blackberries are ready ripened when you buy them.

Keep cool

Store blackberries in the fridge, between 2 and 4 °C, as soon as possible after purchase. Keep the punnet upright and handle carefully to avoid bruising.

Rinse & raise

Get the most out of your brilliant berries, by bringing them up to room temperature and washing before devouring. Enjoy your burst of berry goodness.

And don’t forget when it comes to blackberries, the more the berrier.

Nutrition Per 100g

  • 43 Calories in blackberries
  • 0.2g Fat in blackberries
  • 10g Carbohydrate in blackberries
  • 1g Protein in blackberries
  • 5g Fibre in blackberries
  • 7mg Vitamin C in blackberries

Anatomberry 101: the blackberry

This little beauty took 336 hours of sunshine to reach ripe perfection
Blackberries are not berries (shock horror), in a strict botanical sense, a blackberry is not a berry but a fruit made up of tiny 'drupelets'.
The dark colour ensures blackberries have one of the highest antioxidant levels of all fruits.
Blackberries are red before they are ripe, leading to an old expression that "blackberries are red when they're green"
To keep blackberries fresh, chill between 2 and 4 °C. temperature.
Blackberries don't have touchscreens or keypads but they do taste like a sweet burst of goodness.
Hailed as a “superfood,” blackberries are a source of vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin K.
One of the earliest known instances of blackberry consumption comes from the remains of the Haraldskær Woman, dating from approximately 2,500 years ago.
To get the blackberry flavour really bursting, eat them at room temperature.

Pick of the crop blackberry recipes

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Whether they’re effortlessly blended into breakfast, making your lunch lighter, or baked into delicious desserts, blackberries make a scrumptious and nutritious addition to just about any occasion.

Here at BerryWorld we have co-created, taste-tested and hand-selected the best blackberry recipes especially for you.