cherriesOrigin: Bulgaria

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Ancient Romans had a custom to give cherries only to the highest-ranking guests. Red fruit of spring supplies us with us with vitamins and micro-elements   we need and that's why is loved worldwide.

Cherries are rich in flavonoids and in anthocyanins which are of great importance for immunity. They contain quercetin - a strong anti-inflammatory pain reliever. Sweet fruits derive toxins and enrich with iron when there is anemia. Often eaten they reduce weight,cholesterol and high blood pressure.

Cherries are a rich natural source of ellagic acid, which has anti-cancer properties and of vitamin C, provitamin A, B vitamins, vitamin P, iron, potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus. They activate the metabolic processes, improve appetite and brain function and have overall and strengthening effects on the body.


Nutritional value:

Nutrition facts for 100 g.
Energy 350 Kcal
  1464 kJ
Fats, 0 g
of which saturates 0 g
Carbohydrate, 83 g
of which sugars 45 g
Protein 3 g
Fibres 25 g
Sodium 0.015 g


Cherries are contained in the following types of NICS:

 290x100 macadamia cherries hezelnuts290x100 berries chia aronia