Boysenberries are the berries of a species of plant made by crossing European raspberry, common blackberry, American dewberry and loganberry plants. Boysenberries have a deep maroon color. 

Health considerations

Boysenberries are a good source of vitamin C and vitamin K, and a very good source of fiber, folate and manganese. One study found that a mixture of boysenberry juice and vinegar helped reduce blood pressure and improve endothelial function.

May be found in

Juices, desserts, pastries, jams, pies


Nutrition Data

Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology

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