How They Grow
- Various types of melon are grown by Jolife. They stand out from one another by their shape, round or oval, and by the colour of the pulp.
- Orange pulp melon is sweet and aromatic, while yellow and white pulp melons have a fresh and delicate flavour.
- The cultivation of melons is alternated over time with other plants, in order to maintain the nutrients in the soil.
- Naturally rich in vitamin A and C.
- They hydrate, refresh and give energy without weighing heavily on the stomach, as they are rich in water and quickly assimilated sugars.
- They contain mineral salts, meaning they refresh and help to replenish substances lost through sweating.
- They help to nourish the skin which, during summer, is particularly exposed to the sun, thanks to the presence of vitamins A and C.
- The presence of high amounts of both vitamin A and vitamin C reduces the formation of free radicals and slows down skin aging.
|CALORIES||POTASSIUM||VITAMIN A||VITAMIN C|
|33 kcal/100g||333 mg/100g||189 µq/100g||32 µq/100g|
Melons stored in the refrigerator last 2-3 days.
In order to clean the melon, cut it in half, remove the seeds with a spoon and cut it into slices following the natural dividing lines. Then remove the peel moving the knife between the green part of the rind and the pulp.
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