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Driscoll's Medium Scarlet Raspberries 6-oz.

BY DRISCOLL'S

4.6 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Stars72%
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4.62 / 5 based on 147 Reviews

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Driscoll's medium scarlet raspberries 6-oz. see more...

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Driscoll's Medium Scarlet Raspberries 6-oz.
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
Jessica K.
New York, NY
8 reviews
There is nothing more refreshing and satisfying than fresh raspberries on the beach. Instead of mindless snacking on endless chip bags, pack a fresh fruit salad filled with raspberries on your day out to the beach! I buy these at least twice a week!
Jessica G.
Fishers, IN
7 reviews
The color of Driscolls raspberries seem to be brighter and this is a good indicator to me that they are fresher. Just like other reviews, I agree, you have to eat within 2-3 days or else they will go bad. I sometimes purchase the organic brand onsale at Target and they may last a day or 2 longer.
Rachel T.
West Seneca, NY
129 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 4
I will only eat Driscoll's! They have the best quality. The price varies with the seasons but it is worth it for the quality and how good they are for your health! Don't be cheap on what you put into your body! These taste like candy and provide so many benefits on the health scheme of things. Yum!
Ally C.
Brookville, OH
55 reviews
Berries are my favorite type of fruit, and Raspberries are one of my favorite berries. In the stores I always try to get Driscoll's because I know it is a good brand. 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. Also they go on sale a lot so the price is perfect.
Rea A.
Bend, OR
322 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 3
Someone else said they'll last a while before turning. I wouldn't know, I buy one for the car ride home and one for while I'm prepping dinner. They won't even make it 12 hours at our house!
Michelle B.
Fort Wayne, IN
43 reviews
My two year old son eats a whole container of these raspberries for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a snack at least one time a week and that's saying something, he is going through a "I don't like that!" and "I only want Mac and cheese!" phase. I adore these too. It's in my cart every shopping trip
Martina A.
Findlay, OH
20 reviews
Driscoll's raspberries always are delightful. Eaten fresh, with whipped cream, over ice cream or in your lemonade, the flavor is great. My personal favorite is blending them with ice, frozen bananas, strawberries and low fat milk for a quick meal.
Susan M.
Pine Bluffs, WY
58 reviews
I love Driscoll's berries, and I am on their advisory board, so every time that I buy berries, I review the berries, and get coupons to buy more. I love it! And their berries are always decently priced compared to other brands, they come with an organic option, and they always taste delicious. Unless you grow them at home (which of course would be even better) I suggest these berries!
Lauren B.
Fallbrook, CA
14 reviews
Usually always very tasty and fresh! Although they are kinda pricey for the amount you get I will buy them when they're on sale (2 for $4). Sometimes I even find Driscolls blackberries so Ill pick one of those up with the sale and they're perfect in yogurt or parfaits!
Brenna M.
799 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 5
Mmm these are so yummy, low carb, high fiber-- good for you!  I love to wash them all when I get home and top them with a little stevia for a sweet treat to keep in the fridge.  Or they're great to freeze for smoothies instead of ice. 
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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