As a family grown and farmer owned company, we love the opportunity to be invited into your kitchen! We have created some fun and easy recipes we created in our own kitchen we are sharing with you here. We also hope you will watch our videos from our kitchen with fun tips on how to use, store and even freeze your Bobalu Berries.
Food Waste Free
Download our free e-book full of ways we are reducing waste on the farm and in our own refrigerator. These tips may provide you with inspiration on how you can do the same in your home.
Berry Beneficial & Delicious
Did you know that Berries, along with other produce items, are considered superfoods? To earn the superfood distinction, products must naturally be a good source of antioxidants, phytonutrients, fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals and, be low in fat, cholesterol, sodium and trans-fat. Berries definitely fit the bill and are a delicious and easy addition to a healthy diet.
Berries are becoming increasingly important in our diets (all types of diets) as much more health benefits are discovered. Most berries have been found to have disease fighting properties and fall under the superfood category. Our strawberries are available year-round, thanks to new varieties, growing regions and distribution systems. Bobalu is proud to provide delicious and nutritious berries every day to you and your family.
For even more information on how strawberries are the perfect fruit to compliment your healthy lifestyle, please visit the California strawberry health & wellness page. It is packed with nutritional information, resources and videos. While you are there, be sure to visit the strawberry recipes and download your favorites for the next time you have Bobalu berries in your fridge.
- √ Cholesterol-Free
- √ Low-Fat
- √ Sodium-Free
- √ Gluten-Free
- √ Low in Saturated Fat
- √ Good Source of Fiber
RICH IN FIBER, VITAMIN C,
POTASSIUM AND ANTIOXIDANTS
(per cup, raw halves)
How to freeze berries to enjoy later
We strongly support the science reinforcing the need for increased consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables in the U.S. This is a great website and resource to learn more about washing, storing and eating more conventionally grown and organic fresh produce.