The blackberry, though called a berry but this fruit is not a true berry. It is edible and is used for a variety of purposes such as making desserts, jams, jellies and at times even wines. It also has a variety of health benefits. The calorie analysis of the fruit in its raw/ frozen form is given here.
The Whole Foods Market’s blackberries are provided an A grade. The calories contained in these berries are 70 calories per cup of raw blackberries (i.e. 144.0 g). The fat content in one cup of the berries is 0.5g and the calories from fat are 5. The total carbohydrates contained are 18.0g with 8.0g of it being dietary fibres and 11.0g of it being sugars. The protein content is 1.0 g. The bad point of the berries is that they are very high in sugar content. The good points of the berries are- they are high in magnesium, high in potassium, very high in dietary fibres and also very high in vitamin C.
The frozen blackberries manufactured by Dole are graded A. The calorie count is 90 calories per cup (i.e. 140g), and the protein content is 2.0 g. The total carbohydrates in one cup are 22.0g with 7.0g being dietary fibres and 15.0g being sugars. The high amounts of sugars are bad while the very high amounts of dietary fibres are a good feature.
The blackberries by Cascadian Farm are grade A, and have a calorie count of 80 calories per cup or per 142.0g of blackberries. The total fat content is 0.6g and the total calories from fat are 5. The protein content is 1.0g, and the carbohydrates are 22.0g with 7.0g dietary fibres and 15.1g sugars. High sugar is a bad point while the good points are no saturated fat, no cholesterol, no sodium and high dietary fibres.