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Leaf vegetables owe their colour chlorofyll. They provide a few calories and they have a great food value because of their vitamins (A, C, B, E and K), minerals (specially calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium) and fibre.

Leaf vegetables are characterised by their phylloquinone content, the main source of vitamin K. This vitamin takes part in the blood coagulation.

Its appropiated intake avoids blood loss when stopping hemorrhages.

 Some of these vegetables are: chards, celery, watercress, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, spinach, chicory, rocket, lettuce, curly endive and different types of cabbage…

 

 

 

 

 

Our leaf vegetables are: chinese cabbage, iceberg lettuce and romaine lettuce.

 

 

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Citrus

Citrus have a very high level of vitamin C and citric acid. Vitamin C is a 20-30% higher in Ecological citrus.   Lemon:  lemon has a very high dose of vitamin C...
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Vegetables

              Pepper stands out for its high content of vitamin C and vitamin B6 which is essential for the nervous system. It is also important for its beta-carotene content (which enters...
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Fruit

Organic Growers exports: watermelon, galia melon, cantaloupe melon, yellow melon and honey melon.     Watermelon:    Watermelon has low calories and a high content of water, it is a fruit with many vitamins (A, B...
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Leaf Vegetables

  Leaf vegetables owe their colour chlorofyll. They provide a few calories and they have a great food value because of their vitamins (A, C, B, E and K), minerals (specially...
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