Peaches & nectarines
How They Grow
- Numerous varieties of peaches are grown. The nectarine is a variety of hairless peach, characterised by its smooth skin and its sweet and slightly acidy taste.
- Jolife peaches and nectarines are handpicked, one by one.
- Peaches and nectarines are sensitive to low temperatures: once harvested, they are therefore sent immediately to the point of sale.
- The high content of water and mineral salts makes them extremely thirst-quenching, ideal for summer.
- Naturally rich in vitamin A and vitamin C.
- They help the skin to stay supple and youthful.
- They provide easily digestible sugars, so they are ideal as a snack.
- A peach smoothie, adding a cup of apple juice, is an excellent detoxing aperitif, and it can help your metabolism of the whole meal.
|CHOLESTEROL||CALORIES||VITAMIN A||VITAMIN C|
|0 mg/100g||27 kcal/100g||27 µq/100g||4 µq/100g|
Store the fruit in the refrigerator, or in a cool place, for a week at most. To avoid them moulding, place them in a plastic bag with holes.
In order to make them ripen, put them in a paper bag and leave them at room temperature for two, maximum three, days. Paper, unlike plastic, is able to maintain the appropriate moisture content for them to ripen.
Where they grow
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