Driscoll's Medium Scarlet Raspberries 6-oz.


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4.57 / 5 based on 154 Reviews


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Driscoll's Medium Scarlet Raspberries 6-oz.
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  • "The berries always taste good, and they tend to have a decent amount of time before they start to go bad, but I always have them eaten by that point anyways." in 6 reviews
Erin M.
Butler, NJ
223 reviews
These are the sweetest, tastiest fruits I have ever had. I normally will get these from BJ's Wholesale club in a larger size. They take a long time to go bad too because they are so fresh. My favorite thing to do is through them in blender for a smoothy with some Greek yogurt. Delicious!
brad s.
1 review
All 12 oz packages shamefully weigh around 10 ozs, 6 oz packages also deceptively fall short every time. Check it on the scale yourself.

Just another pathetic brand doing what they can to steal from their customers.
Jennifer P.
171 reviews
These raspberries are usually the freshest and sweetest ones that I am able to find at my local grocery store. I buy the organic version of them. And my local grocery store typically has them on sale for 2 for $6. My 2 year old loves to snack on them as well.
Kristen R.
Hvre De Grace, MD
68 reviews
I love these berries so much. I don't get them much because they are a little expensive for my family and I, but when I get them they don't last long because they taste so good!
Kelsey B.
Shorewood, WI
119 reviews
Mmmmm it is after work, I'm hungry so I made dinner and decided I needed a treat before bedtime - these organic raspberries are so sweet and a few just a little sour, delicious. I've been putting these in my smoothies in the mornings too, I'm just loving raspberries right now. I got these at Whole Foods in Milwaukee so they were pricey but they are tasty.. justified?
Rachel D.
Fort Knox, KY
28 reviews
I am always happy with Driscoll's red raspberries. They are always fresh, juicy, and large. I buy larger packages at Sam's Club, and often my kiddos and I will eat them straight out of the package. I also buy their blackberries. I always check carefully for mold since berries seem to mold so quickly, and then store them in the original packaging with a papertowel in the bottom to soak up any juices.
Kira J.
Swanton, OH
42 reviews
If these go on sale i buy up big! I place them on a baking sheet and spread them out and freeze them :) great to add in smoothies or muffin and cake batters as something special! I also like eating them fresh of course! ALWAYS the right firmness and never soggy, and their flavor is one of the best tasting raspberries going! Great in smoothies as well as a sweet and savory salad mix! These also do well in freezer jam!!
Ema E.
Memphis, TN
57 reviews
Might seem strange, but I love to eat raspberries at the beach. I mean, I eat them all the time, but at the beach they just seem better. I love the sweetly tart taste of them. They are great raw or even better baked into a pie. I would highly recommend a quick rinse of before eating to remove any dirt or bugs since raspberries are grown outside.
Samantha K.
Plano, TX
358 reviews
Driscoll's in my to go to berry brand. Strawberries, Blackberries, Raspberries you name it. They're sweet, some tart, usually fresh, trustworthy. I use them in yogurt, smoothies, protein shakes, desserts, garnishes, in cereal, of the favorite: just the way they are.
Marvin G.
Huntsville, TX
20 reviews
When I purchase Driscoll's berries I can count on them being a quality product and generally at the peak of freshness. They are reasonably priced and their organic offerings are too. My one gripe is that they consistently err on the side of tart and I prefer a sweeter berry. This is just personal preference though. They are a good product.
Luciana W.
202 reviews
Has anyone else found an insect in theirs?
Cassidy R.
Grand bay , AL
139 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
Are these more on the sweet side or more tart & sour?
Ellen C.
1 review
How can you store fresh raspberries to get the maximum shelf life out of them?
Patty G.
35 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 1
What time of year is the peak season for raspberries?
Patty G.
35 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 1
What time of year is the peak season for raspberries?

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