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How much Whole or Chopped Berries are in a Pound?

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We have a detailed look at blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries or read on for a generic look at how many berries are in a pound.

Berries are normally served whole or chopped. We use a pound of berries in our test and it applies to most berries except strawberries, which have more waste. There are many different kinds of berries and they all have different properties. We have a generic measurement below which can help you with other berries.

Custom Conversions for Pound of Berries

One Pound of Berries Equals

  • There is 2 Cups (473 mls) of Whole or Chopped Berries in a Pound of Berries
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You need 0.5 Pounds of Berries

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What is the Produce Converter?

One of the biggest hassles when cooking and working in the kitchen is when a recipe calls for "the juice of 1 lime" or a similar measurement. Often times when cooking people use bottled juices, pre-sliced vegetables and other convenient cooking time savers. Produce Converter will help you convert the "juice of 1 lime" and other similar recipe instructions into tablespoons, cups and other concrete measurements.

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