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Not all canned foods are created equal.
Harvested at peak freshness and processed as quickly as possible,
our Raisa’s selection of canned fruits and vegetables have high nutrient values and great taste, guaranteeing the highest quality.

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our product range

Raisa’s Sliced and Whole Mushrooms

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Raisa's mushrooms

Raisa’s Organic White Beans, Organic Red Beans, Organic Lentils and Organic Chickpeas

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Raisa's beans

Raisa’s Pineapple Slices, Pineapple Chunks, Pear Halves, Peach Halves and Fruit Cocktail

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Raisa's canned fruit range
nutrient levels

Canned foods are often thought to be less nutritious than fresh or frozen foods, but research shows that this is not always true.

In fact, canning can preserve many of a food's nutrients.

Protein, carbs, and fat are unaffected by the canning process, and most minerals and fat-soluble vitamins like vitamins A, D, E, and K are also retained.

As such, studies show that foods high in certain nutrients maintain their high nutrient levels after being canned.

If you’re asking “are canned foods healthy?” the answer is, yes! Much like fresh produce, canned fruits and vegetables can be nutritious.

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Benefits of canned foods


Canned foods are a convenient and practical way to add more nutrient-dense foods to your diet.

The canning process, which has been used to preserve food for centuries, keeps food safe and nutritious until consumed, which not only cuts back on food waste, but also means your pantry can hold a treasure of quick meal solutions.

Easily add protein and fiber to salads, pasta dishes, soups, and even sweets using canned beans, for example. In fact, bean-eaters have a lot going for them. A study found that chickpea and hummus eaters consume higher levels of a variety of nutrients, including fiber, folate, magnesium and potassium.

And a 10-year study found that plant-based diets that include beans, fruits, veggies, and whole grains, protected against diabetes - lowering the odds of developing the disease by 40 percent.


Raisa‘s canned foods

  • Are GMO-free
  • Have lower sugar and lower sodium
  • Are BPA-free
  • Have no artificial preservatives and ingredients


Benefits of canned foods
what's in it?

Why eat more fruits and vegetables?

  • Color & Texture. Fruits and vegetables add color, texture . . . and appeal . . . to any plate.
  • Convenience. Fruits and vegetables are nutritious in any form – fresh, frozen, canned, dried and 100% juice, so they’re ready when you are.
  • Fiber. Fruits and vegetables provide fiber that helps fill you up and keeps the digestive system happy.
  • Low in Calories. Fruits and vegetables are naturally low in calories.
  • May Reduce Disease Risk. Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables may help reduce the risk of many diseases, including heart disease, high blood pressure, and some cancers.
  • Vitamins & Minerals. Fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins and minerals that help you feel healthy and energized.
  • Variety. Fruits and vegetables are available in an almost infinite variety . . . there’s always something new to try.
  • A Quick, Natural Snack. Fruits and vegetables are nature’s treat and easy to grab for a snack.
  • Fun to Eat! Some crunch, some squirt, some you peel . . . some you don’t, and some grow right in your own backyard!
  • Fruits & vegetables are nutritious AND delicious!

The bottom line

Some nutrient levels may decrease as a result of the canning process, while others may increase.

Overall, canned foods can provide nutrient levels comparable to those of their fresh or frozen counterparts.

It’s not just convenience, price, and shelf-life that makes our canned foods great: they can be just as good for you as fresh food.

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