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Sustainability and Commitment of High Quality Products
Sustainability and Commitment of High Quality Products
Sustainability and Commitment of High Quality Products

Our Fruits

Blueberry

These fruits are of low caloric value due to their scarce intake of carbohydrates. Black currants and red currants are especially rich in vitamin C. They have larger amounts than some citrus fruits. In general, wild berries are a good source of fiber; that improves intestinal transit, and potassium, iron and calcium

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Persimmon Fruit

The properties of persimmon range from its ability to promote weight loss to its antioxidant power, through its high levels of vitamin C and its benefits for heart health.

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Plum

The plum is a fruit rich in water, potassium, malic acid, vitamins such as A, C and E, in addition to abundant fiber and other components that are laxative, such as sorbitol, and that is why they are so suitable for improving intestinal transit.

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Clementines

Tangerines contain 88% water, carbohydrates and lots of fiber. It is excellent for slimming diets due mainly to the citric acid it contains, among others. They help to burn fat. When buying them, you have to choose the heaviest ones, because they are going to be the juiciest ones. It is also convenient to look at the varieties available throughout the season and their quality / price ratio according to our tastes.

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Kiwi

What fruit provides 273% of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C in each serving of a cup – five times more than an orange, and is a natural stimulant of the immune system that prevents colds and flu? The kiwi, of course! Its vitamin K content is also impressive – best known for aiding blood clotting and providing a daily value of 89% .Kiwis contain good amounts of vitamin A (ideal for skin, bones, dental development and protection of vision, including protection against macular degeneration), and vitamin E (twice the amount found in avocados, with almost half the calories), along with potassium to balance the body’s electrolytes, limiting both hypertension like high blood pressure.

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Lemon

The lemon occupies a first place among the curative, preventive and vitamin-rich fruits, transforming it into a great eliminator of toxins and a powerful bactericide.

It has abundant vitamin C that strengthens the body’s defenses to prevent diseases, especially respiratory tract ranging from a simple cold, hoarseness, tonsillitis, to pneumonia, bronchitis, congestion, flu, pleurisy, asthma, etc.

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Mandarine

Mandarin is a citrus fruit from the mandarin tree. It is very common to confuse the mandarin with the clementine, however the second is a hybridization of the first with bitter orange. We can say that they are raw among themselves and that is why the properties of clementine are very similar.

Mandarin is a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B1 and B2, bioflavonoids (such as nobiletin), folate (similar to folic acid) and mineral salts, such as potassium, calcium, phosphorus and magnesium.

 
The whole fruit can be harvested, since its bark and leaf are also very rich in nutrients.

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Orange

It’s no surprise that the biggest nutritional attraction of orange is its vitamin C content, containing 165 percent of the recommended daily dose in a one-cup serving. This is important to fight against the germs that cause colds and flu and even builds your resistance to infections. With the “C” come powerful antioxidants that look for free radicals in the blood. Potassium is an important component of cellular and body fluids that help control heart rate and blood pressure.

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Nuts

A globular fruit with a green skin and a semi-fleshy brown-brown consistency springs from the female flowers. This fruit is popularly known as “walnut”. It is considered a drupe because it is wrapped in a hard shell. The nut is a fruit that resembles the human brain in appearance (although much smaller in size, the nut measures about one cm). It is corrugated in appearance, dry (no juice) and gently crunchy when biting. It has a peculiar flavor.

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Avocado

There are many kinds of avocados, and their shape (from pear-like to round) and color (from green to black) can vary. They can also weigh from 220 grams to more than a kilo. The most popular type is Hass avocado.

Many times it is called “pear aligator”, which is quite descriptive because its shape tends to resemble that of a pear and has a green and rough shell, like the skin of an alligator. This shell, along with the seed, should be discarded when consuming the fruit.

And the content includes a wide variety of nutrients, including 20 vitamins and minerals.

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Grape Fruit

Take grapefruit juice fasting, contains many benefits. About 90 percent of its content is water and that gives it a great capacity to satiate the stomach. In addition, it has fewer calories than other citrus fruits, such as orange, tangerine or lemon, and some of its compounds could act favorably on the levels of insulin, a hormone related to the accumulation of body fat.

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