WHAT IS ALLNUTRITION - Exotic Fruits In Jelly?
EXOTIC FRUITS IN JELLY contains thick jelly, in which we immersed pieces of tropical fruits. Exotic Fruits In Jelly has a light consistency, slightly resembling kissel, in which we immersed pieces of passion fruit, mango, orange, kiwi and pineapple. Our thick jelly is made only from the highest-quality fruit.
Exotic Fruits In Jelly can be used in many different ways. As a topping for waffles and pancakes, with ice cream, whipped cream, confectionery fondant, dumplings, pasta or rice. All fruit is fresh and carefully selected before processing.
Exotic Fruits In Jelly has a deep, rich and distinct flavour. It contains slightly acidic passion fruit, which in combination with the sweetness of ripe and juicy mangoes creates a wonderful exotic taste. Its aroma evokes memories of summer holidays spent on tropical beaches. It's very intense yet refreshing, with a dominant hint of mango. The depth of flavour spreading throughout the mouth on first taste is caused by the passion fruit, with its accompanying hit of sweetness. Pineapple contributes to this sensation with its unique and subtle flavour. Fruity, distinctively and.... "juicy." Let yourself be carried away on an exotic adventure.
Fruits - Exotic Fruits In Jelly
Passion fruit is a rich source of fibre, which improves the functioning of the digestive system and reduces associated nervous eating disorders, including gastric neurosis. It accelerates the elimination of toxins and cleansing of the body, supports bowel function, satiates faster and helps to control excessive appetite. Passion fruit is a good source of B vitamins (folic acid, B2, B3, B6) and minerals: magnesium, phosphorus, iron, potassium and copper. It is also high in vitamin A (beta-carotene) and vitamin C.
Passion fruit adds energy, supports the body's natural immunity, improves eyesight and skin condition, removes excess water from the body (reducing the swelling and water cellulite), aids the nervous system, boosts memory and concentration, and aids in helping to cope with stress.
Mango is a perfect source of vitamins and minerals, as well as carbohydrates, giving you a real boost of energy. The vitamins contained in mango include vitamin C, A, E, K and some B vitamins. Its valuable set of nutrients is complemented by antioxidants. It supports your health and is good for your looks.
Orange is a citrus fruit. Apart from having a very pleasant fragrance, it is also very juicy and beneficial to our health. It is also rich in vitamin C, beta-carotene and B vitamins, including folic acid. It has a positive influence on the skin and helps to keep it moisturised and healthy. The consumption of oranges strengthens our immune system, improves eyesight, relieves stress, boosts brain activity and supports the functioning of the stomach and intestines (thanks to fibre).
Pineapple is high in simple sugars but low in calories. It contains fibre, potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, manganese, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, PP, folic acid and bromelain. The high vitamin C content makes it a great booster of our immune system. Thanks to its high fibre content, pineapple is excellent for weight loss. The fibre helps in the digestive processes and removes toxic products of metabolism. The bromelain occurring in pineapple aids the digestive processes. Pineapple is rich in nutritional and cleansing properties, which’s why we gain so much by eating it.
Kiwi is extremely rich in vitamin C, which makes it a great booster of our immune system. It is also a very potent antioxidant. It helps to fight free radicals and consequently delays the signs of premature ageing. Kiwi contains vitamins K and E, as well as potassium, magnesium and folic acid, among others.
It has a high amount of dietary fibre, which’s why it is recommended for people who have problems with bloating and constipation. The glycaemic index of 50 means it can be moderately consumed by diabetics. People who are currently reducing their caloric intake may take advantage of the highly beneficial properties of kiwi, as it contains very few calories (76 kcal/100 g).