Raspberries are small, aggregate fruits and have a round to oval shape. Raspberries are developed from tiny round drupelets that fuse together to create a solid but bumpy, textured, and bubbled appearance. The fruit’s flesh is typically soft, tender, juicy, and mildly crunchy. There are many types of Raspberries appearing in hues of red, black, gold, and purple. When harvested, the fruits detach from the central core creating the signature hollow cavity. Raspberries have a bright and tangy, sweet-tart flavor, with earthy, jammy, and mouth-puckering nuances. Raspberries are an excellent source of vitamin C, fiber, folic acid, potassium, and contain other amounts of magnesium, calcium, vitamins A, copper, iron, and manganese.