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Summery and cool, it is considered the fruit of purity and immortality according to some oriental traditions. It is considered that it arrived in Europe in 100 AD. and now Greece is among the most productive countries in terms of fruit. The peach contains proteins, sugar, a sufficient amount of vitamin C and E, many antioxidants, fiber, phosphorus, biotin, iron and calcium, helps to reduce cholesterol and protects against gastrointestinal disorders.





Originally from the depths of Asia, its cultivation has been known to mankind for more than 2000 years. It began to be cultivated in Europe around 300 BC. and is said to have been carried by Alexander the Great. It has vitamins A, C, B1 and B2 as well as iron, fiber, tryptophan and potassium, it gives well-being and helps prevent various forms of cancer, such as lung and pancreatic.





A cross between an apple and a peach, nectarines are a rich source of vitamins A and C and are considered extremely effective in constipation issues. Also, because they have potassium, they particularly help with memory issues with beneficial properties in the nervous system.