This is primocane variety, bears yellow fruits, fruiting on the current year’s stems in early August. The cone-shaped fruits are distinguished by their bright yellow color with a glossy appearance. They are large (averaging about 5 g) and firm, characterized by long post-harvest durability and suitability for transportation. Due to these qualities, along with good taste and aroma, they can enrich the dessert raspberry offerings as a complement to red raspberries. The shrub grows vigorously, featuring stiff stems covered with thorns. The variety stands out with good resistance to diseases, including raspberry rust. Why should you eat yellow raspberries? Yellow raspberries possess anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and anticancer properties! They provide 26.2 mg of ascorbic acid per 100 g of fresh fruit, constituting 50% of the minimum daily intake of vitamin C! They have a lower anthocyanin content but a higher level of polyphenols (ellagic acid, ellagitannins) and ascorbic acid compared to red raspberries! Moreover, yellow raspberries stimulate collagen production, improving skin firmness and appearance. Regular consumption of yellow raspberries alleviates symptoms of depression and mood swings.