California Mixed Berries

When to Enjoy

Raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries—every which way! These beauties are all at their peak in June. Discover ways to relish these summer treats that you’ve never imagined. For example, how about combining summer berries, blackberry lemonade, mint, and ancho powder for a frozen granita that’s sure to punch up a muggy summer day? Or a sausage bánh mì sandwich topped with a crunchy cucumber-and-carrot salad and blackberry-sriracha ketchup? You can even put a tasty twist on classic dishes, such as top sirloin, using a berry barbecue sauce. So go ahead—be bold with your berries while the season lasts. Here are more great recipes.


Beyond the bounty of freshness in our Produce department, you’ll discover items all over the store that make berry season blissful. A few of our favorites are our Deli Blackberry Lemonade, Bakery Chantilly Cake, GreenWise Mini Blueberry Muffins, and Bakery Oblong Berry Tart. Also, discover how berries can help you achieve your nutritional goals, and get yummy recipes.


  • Eat soon after purchase, or store unrinsed berries in the refrigerator. Blueberries last five to six days. Strawberries last up to three days. Blackberries and raspberries should be handled gently and refrigerated no more than two days.
  • Rinse and drain berries right before serving (not earlier).
  • Allow berries to come to room temperature for fullest flavor.
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