Will mold quickly especially when moist.
Remove any soft berries at the store. Store in the original plastic container.
Do not rinse or wash them until you are ready to use them.
Frozen berries are frozen shortly after being freshly picked and are a great way to have perfect berries on hand.
Should you buy organic berries? See my blog Do I really Need to Buy Organic?
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1 thought on “Blackberries, Blueberries & Raspberries – Keep Them Fresher, Longer”
Great tips. I also ‘cherry pick” the berries as I eat them, taking the softest, ripest ones first. This way we can have fresh, ripe berries for 4 days or more.