Commodity name: seeds, raspberry seeds
INCI name: Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Seeds
Moisture: <12%
Appearance: pips
Color: appropriate to the product
Smell: specific, no foreign smells
Oil content: 8-14%
Impurities, including drought: <5%

A filling addition to the dishes
Raspberry seeds are a valuable source of fiber. Fiber can reduce the risk of constipation, cancer, high blood sugar, high cholesterol, and heart disease. By adding raspberry seeds to dishes, you will keep the feeling of satiety for longer, thanks to which you will feel better during the day and maintain a healthy body weight.

Raspberry flour
One of the possible uses of raspberry seeds is to make raspberry flour from them. In this form, it is perfect for desserts or sweet breakfasts. Raspberry seed flour has a positive effect on the detoxification of the body, cleansing it of undigested food residues.

Raspberry seed oil
Raspberry seed oil contains Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, making it an ideal ingredient for meals for the whole family. These acids have a positive effect on the health of the entire body. This oil has a delicate, nutty flavor. It can be used for salad dressings, smoothies, pasta dishes, as a dip for bread, grilled fish or meats, baked vegetables and many other dishes.

An ingredient of natural cosmetics
Raspberry seed oil contains phytosterols that counteract skin aging. They also show anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal properties and have a positive effect on the regeneration processes of the epidermis. Thanks to the content of vitamins A and E, it is perfect for the care of skin, hair and nails. You can add it to creams, shampoos, lotions and scrubs, or massage your hands with it. It will work especially on dry skin, prone to allergies. It has a soothing effect, and also tones, strengthens and rebuilds the damaged layer of the epidermis.