How They Grow
- The colour of the skin varies depending upon the variety, from yellow to deep orange.
- The apricot is a fruit plant sensitive to humidity stagnant in the air and to moist and compact soil.
- The harvest is carried out manually.
- Rich in carotenes, especially of provitamin A, vitamin C, group B vitamins, sugars, trace elements and mineral salts such as potassium.
- They contain the highest doses of potassium and carotene.
- They exert a protective action on the epithelial mucosa and glandular tissues. They also have relaxing properties, encouraged by the presence of sorbitol.
- 100 grams of fresh apricot can contain as much as 45% of the recommended daily intake of Vitamin A for an adult.
- They perform a restorative and energising action.
- They are a perfect snack for children and for those suffering from chronic fatigue.
|28 kcal/100g||0 g/100g||0 mg/100g||360 µg/100g|
Store the ripe fruit in the refrigerator for 6-7 days in plastic bags.
When you buy apricots that are not yet ready for consumption, you can store them at room temperature for a few days: this allows the fruit to reach the perfect ripeness.
Where they grow
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