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Peach

According to certain ancient traditions, peaches represent the fruit of purity and immortality. They are sweet and fragrant reminders of summer. Peaches contain a significant amount of Vitamin C, fruit sugar, protein and consist of 89% water.

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Orange

The nutritional value of oranges is high as they are rich in vitamin C. They also contain fruit sugar, potassium, calcium, phosphorus and vitamin D as well as over 170 antioxidants. Oranges are used for the production of juices, while the essential oils of the peel are a common ingredient in perfumes and confections.

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Apricot

Greek apricots are characterized by their golden colour, their special flavour and their fragrance. They are rich in vitamin A and contain vitamins C, B1, B2 and natural sugars. Jams, juices and fruit preparations are made from apricots.

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Apple

Apples are a particularly nutritious fruit as they contain fibre, vitamins (C & A), antioxidants and minerals which are all beneficial to the body. Among the numerous health benefits, apples have anti-aging, calming and fever-reducing properties.

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Pear

Pears contain vitamin C, calcium, vitamin B6 and potassium. They are very sweet because of their high content of fruit sugars. The CHB Group uses the Williams variety in its pear products. This particular variety is well-known for its exceptional quality, intense fragrance and flavour.

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Lemon

Lemons are considered by many to be a natural medicine because they have antiseptic, antibacterial and antioxidant properties. In Greece, the Maglina variety is grown and is used to produce juice, essential oils and lemon cells.

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Cherry

Cherries are an excellent source of Vitamins and have antioxidant properties. They are characterized by their deep, bright red colour and sweet taste.

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Grape

Grapes are inseparably linked with the history of Greece. Grape-harvest even had its own god, Dionysus, while the shield used by Achilles in his fight with Hector depicted, among others, a vineyard with grape pickers, famously described in Homer's “Iliad”. Today, vast vineyards cover the Greek territory. Grapes are rich in vitamins C and K as well fiber and antioxidants.

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Kiwi

Kiwis are a rich source of Vitamin C and minerals that are beneficial to our health. The Hayward and Tsechelidis varieties, grown in Epirus and Central Macedonia are set apart by their deep green colour and rich flavour.

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Plum

Plums have a very sweet taste and a pleasant fragrance. They are a rich source of Vitamin C and contain Vitamin A, calcium, fibre and magnesium. The main farming areas are Thessaly, the island of Skopelos, Central Greece, Macedonia and Thrace.

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Pomegranate

Pomegranates are one of the most beneficial fruits due to their antioxidant properties and the vitamins they contain. They have a wonderful sweet flavour and are deep red in colour. They are harvested in Macedonia, Thessaly and the Peloponnese regions from October until November.

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Carrot

Carrots are an excellent food source because they are a rich in Vitamin A and have significant amounts of Vitamins B1, B2 and niacin. In Greece they are cultivated mainly in Macedonia and Central Greece.

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White Grapefruit

White grapefruit has a wonderful and unique flavour. It is a rich source of Vitamin C and it has antibacterial and fat-burning properties.

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Mandarin

This small yet delicious citrus fruit is rich in Vitamin C and can be eaten plain or in fruit salads. Greek mandarins are sweet and of premium quality. They have an excellent colour and are ideal for juices and/or mixing with other fruits.

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Strawberry

Strawberries are a rich source of vitamins C and K as well as fibre. They also contain high levels of folic acid and manganese. They are ranked among the top 20 fruits with antioxidant properties and have particularly high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols.

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