General Information
NameAndean blackberry
Scientific NameRubus glaucus
DescriptionRubus glaucus, commonly called Andean blackberry, Andes berry or mora de Castilla, is a species of blackberry, it belongs to the Rosaceae family. It grows in Latin America from Oaxaca to Bolivia. Rubus glaucus is a perennial semi-erect climbing shrub, it can grow up to 3 meters. The fruit is bright purple when ripe. Rubus glaucus is rich in vitamin C, phenols, anthocyanin, it shows a high antioxidant activity. (PMID: 20170356) [Wikipedia]
Primary IDFOOD00905
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Classification
GroupFruits
Sub-GroupBerries
Taxonomy
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ITIS ID506228
Wikipedia IDRubus_glaucus
Composition
CompoundsPreparation type: Raw, frozen, dried

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