CHERRY

CHERRY

Cherry juice is dark red, glasses - bright red. Not all are acidic. Cherries contain anthocyanins that...
GOOSEBERRY

GOOSEBERRY

Gooseberry is a plant that is native to Europe, Africa and Asia. The first mention of gooseberry dates...
PLUM

PLUM

Plums are fruit trees and shrubs. Belonging to the family Rosaceae. Plums eats mostly raw. Dried provide...
STRAWBERRY

STRAWBERRY

Strawberries are fruits resulting from the crossing of the Chilean strawberries virginiana. They belong...
APRICOT

APRICOT

Apricots are edible fruits of the tree of the family Rosaceae. They come from China, but they are grown...
RASPBERRY

RASPBERRY

Raspberry shrub belongs to the family Rosaceae. It has white flowers and large (in relation to fruit)...
BILBERRY

BILBERRY

Blueberry is a species belonging to the heath family. It occurs in Asia and Europe. Bilberry twigs are...
PEARS

PEARS

There are many varieties of pears, which differ in shape, size, sensory characteristics. Like apples...
  • CHERRY
  • GOOSEBERRY
  • PLUM
  • STRAWBERRY
  • APRICOT
  • RASPBERRY
  • BILBERRY
  • PEARS
  • CHERRY

    Cherry juice is dark red, glasses - bright red. Not all are acidic. Cherries contain anthocyanins that protect against free radicals. Preferably affect the red cell production. They provide vitamin C and vitamin A. favor the reduction of cholesterol and sugar bind heavy metals and remove them from the body. Thanks to the content of potassium and sodium are diuretic. Cherry juice has anti-inflammatory properties - reduces fever, relieves muscle pain, improves the absorption of drugs.

  • GOOSEBERRY

    Gooseberry is a plant that is native to Europe, Africa and Asia. The first mention of gooseberry dates back to the sixteenth century, it was then that the bush has been described thoroughly in the pages of the book which deals with botany, whose author was J. Reullius. In the eighteenth century, gooseberry has been described as plant breeding, who raised in the gardens in England and France.
    Fruit, gooseberry have excellent health. Agres is rich in vitamin C, E, A, B1, P, and minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, magnesium, copper, molybdenum, or sulfur. Gooseberry it also includes organic acids - lemon, wine and apple. The fruit are rich in pectin or a mixture of carbohydrate which occurs in many plants. The mixture has a gelling properties, so it is widely used in the food industry. Moreover, pectins are also characterized by great health properties, they have antitumor activity przeciwzawałowe, lower blood cholesterol, help to diarrhea and constipation, preferably affect the operation of the intestines, regulate blood sugar.

  • PLUM

    Plums are fruit trees and shrubs. Belonging to the family Rosaceae.
    Plums eats mostly raw. Dried provide an excellent snack and an addition to meat dishes. In addition, they are used to make jams, preserves, jam, liqueurs and brandy. Most are also pickled plums and maintained. You may be administered as an additive to meat, an ingredient in cakes, salads, desserts and ice cream.

  • STRAWBERRY

    Strawberries are fruits resulting from the crossing of the Chilean strawberries virginiana. They belong to the family Rosaceae. These multi-annual herbaceous perennials. They ripen as the first fruits of the season, and the collection of their late varieties ends in early autumn.
    Strawberries are eaten raw or processed. They are suitable for jams, preserves, marmalades, jellies, mousses, ice cream, juices and drinks. They can be used to decorate cakes, pancakes, waffles, omelettes, ice cream and other desserts. They are also a component buttermilk, yoghurt and cocktails.

  • APRICOT

    Apricots are edible fruits of the tree of the family Rosaceae. They come from China, but they are grown in many places around the world, including in Poland.
    First of all apricots are eaten raw. You can also make them preserves such as compotes, jams, marmalades, jams, juices and drinks. Candied apricots are an integral part of cakes, pies, and biscuits. They combine perfectly with dairy products: milk, yogurt and cheese. In addition, apricots can strangle cook, used for tarts, pies, pastries, pancakes, soups, soufflés, creams and sorbets.

  • RASPBERRY

    Raspberry shrub belongs to the family Rosaceae. It has white flowers and large (in relation to fruit) green leaves. Common in the wild in Poland, as well as almost the entire northern hemisphere. With raspberries do compotes, frozen foods, jelly, jam, jam and juice. They are used in the production of wines, liqueurs, liqueurs and other spirits. They combine perfectly with dairy products such as milk, yogurt, cheese and buttermilk.

  • BILBERRY

    Blueberry is a species belonging to the heath family. It occurs in Asia and Europe. Bilberry twigs are green and angular. The leaves are oval and bright green color. Flowers have a campanulata shape.
    The juice produced from cranberry is used for coloring wines. From the fruit is used for making jams and fillings. You can also decorate their cakes, desserts, and use them as an ingredient in salads and fruit mousse.

  • PEARS

    There are many varieties of pears, which differ in shape, size, sensory characteristics. Like apples are divided into varieties: summer, autumn and winter, with the least assets are summer fruits.
    Pears are intended for direct consumption or for processing. They are used as a supplement for milk from other fruits.

  • CHERRY
  • GOOSEBERRY
  • PLUM
  • STRAWBERRY
  • APRICOT
  • RASPBERRY
  • BILBERRY
  • PEARS

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