Cherries with frozen kernels
Frozen cherries without kernels
Frozen mango is a sweet and tasty fruit that contains various vitamins K and C that strengthen the body's immune system. Frozen mangoes have the most vitamins and antioxidants compared to fresh mangoes; Frozen mangoes reduce breast cancer; It prevents uterine cancer and strengthens the stomach and intestines. Our frozen mangoes are used in all kinds of smoothies, jams and syrups. Also, the availability of frozen mangoes in all seasons and its high quality are positive features of this product.
Peaches are round fruits that range in size from 5 to 9 centimeters in diameter. They are distinguished by a downy fuzz covering their thin skins. The fruits mature from green to yellow and then orange with deep red blushing on the side facing the sun. The deep orange flesh is aromatic and juicy and may or may not cling to the hard, almond-shaped central stone. Peaches offer a sweet flavor, balancing sugar and acid for a well-rounded flavor.
Blackberries are characterized by their coloring, their unique composition and their flavor. Like raspberries, Blackberries are not technically a berry, but rather an aggregate fruit of individual drupes held together by very fine, nearly invisible hairs. Blackberries do not have a hollow center, instead they have a solid, edible core. When ripe, Blackberries have a deep inky sheen with purple highlights. They are succulent, soft, and juicy. Their flavor is sweet, slightly tart, with earthy undertones.
Raspberries are small, aggregate fruits that generally average 1 to 3 centimeters in diameter and have a round, oval, to oblong shape. Despite the fruits resembling berries, Raspberries are developed from tiny round drupelets that fuse together to create a solid but bumpy, textured, and bubbled appearance. Each clustered section, or drupelet, contains fine hairs, seeds, and juice, growing over a spongy core that remains with the plant once the fruit is picked. The fruit’s flesh is also typically soft, tender, juicy, and mildly crunchy as the drupelets encase 100 to 120 seeds in totality. There are many types of Raspberries appearing in hues of red, black, gold, and purple. When harvested, the fruits detach from the central core creating the signature hollow cavity. Raspberries have a bright and tangy, sweet-tart flavor, with earthy, jammy, and mouth-puckering nuances.
The exterior of the pomegranate is a thick, leathery red, while cream-colored interior is studded with bright red seeds. Each tiny seed is enclosed in a translucent, red pulp. The pomegranate contains a sizable quantity of sweet-tart. The size of an apple, only the seeds and juice are edible offering a sweet-tart taste.