Apricots are petite, round to slightly oblong fruits with smooth and velvety skin. The skin often has a rosy blush, and can range in color from pale yellow, to golden, to a burnt orange, depending on the variety and how ripe they are. The flesh is smooth, juicy, tender, and sweet, with just a bit of tartness at the end. The flavor is often described as being somewhere between a peach and a plum. Apricots are classified as stone fruits or drupes, characterized by their thin skin, pulpy middle, and single, hard, central shell enclosing a pit or stone.
Peach puree

peach puree

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.



Delicious and crunchy apple fruit is notable for its impressive list of phytonutrients and antioxidants, including dietary fiber, vitamin C, beta carotene, B-complex vitamins and vitamin B6.
Strawberry Puree


Strawberries are small to medium-sized fruits, ranging in size from 2 to 5 centimeters in diameter, and have a plump cordate shape with broad, curved shoulders tapering to a blunt or pointed, narrow tip. Each Strawberry will vary in appearance, size, aroma, and flavor, depending on the variety, and is capped with a tuft of small lanceolate green leaves growing in a circular formation. Despite their berry moniker, it is important to note that Strawberries are not true berries and are labeled as false fruits or pseudocarps. The brightly colored, fleshy portion of the Strawberry is known as a receptacle to hold the ovaries, also known as achenes, of the flower. These ovaries are the tiny yellow-brown to white specks seen on the outside of the Strawberry, and they are often referred to as seeds. One Strawberry can have over 200 ovaries on its surface, and each ovary contains a single seed. Strawberries can vary in color, appearing in shades of bright red, dark red, pink, peach, to white, and the fruits develop a faint sheen when ripe. The fruit's surface is delicate, easily damaged, and soft. Underneath the surface, the flesh is typically aqueous, firm but tender, and sometimes crisp with a succulent nature. The seeds on the outside also provide a subtle crunch. Strawberries release a fragrant, fruity aroma and must be picked when mature, as they will not continue to ripen after being harvested. Depending on the variety, they can be syrupy-sweet, fruity, sweet-tart, candy-like, to sweet with balanced acidity.



Native to China, this delicious fruit is the main ingredient of our kiwii puree. Kiwi (Actinidia deliciosa) is a great source of vitamin C, but it is also rich in vitamin K, copper, fiber, vitamin E, potassium, manganese, folate, etc. Due to this composition, kiwi offers several benefits for health. For example, kiwi protects against asthma, against macular degeneration, against cardiovascular diseases, etc. It is also great for blood sugar control and reduce the risk of cancer.


The fig is the edible fruit of Ficus carica, a species of small tree in the flowering plant family Moraceae. Native to the Mediterranean and western Asia, it has been cultivated since ancient times and is now widely grown throughout the world, both for its fruit and as an ornamental plant. Ficus carica is the type species of the genus Ficus, containing over 800 tropical and subtropical plant species. A fig plant is a small deciduous tree or large shrub growing up to 7–10 m (23–33 ft) tall, with smooth white bark. Its large leaves have three to five deep lobes. Its fruit (referred to as syconium, a type of multiple fruit) is tear-shaped, 3–5 cm (1–2 in) long, with a green skin that may ripen toward purple or brown, and sweet soft reddish flesh containing numerous crunchy seeds. The milky sap of the green parts is an irritant to human skin. Figs can be eaten fresh or dried, or processed into jam, rolls, biscuits and other types of desserts. Since ripe fruit does not transport and keep well, most commercial production is in dried and processed forms. Raw figs contain roughly 80% water and 20% carbohydrates, with negligible protein, fat and micronutrient content. They are a moderate source of dietary fiber.
white peach


Peach is a very healthy fruit that contains a big amount of antioxidants and vitamin C. The result of the careful processing of the fruit is a high-quality Peach Puree.
Peach Puree can be used to create many different food and beverage products such as cakes, cookies or fruit juices.



Mango is a tropical fruit which is native to India although today, it is also cultivated in many countries all around the world. It is called “the peach of the tropics” or “ king of the fruits” and it is a member of the Anacardiaceae family. Mango is grown in temperate and warmer climates, it weighs between 150 g and 2 kg, it is oval-shaped and its skin is smooth and quite thick. Mango skin can show different colours: yellow, green, violet or red.