Quince, sugar, and water
Vitamin C - 2,3 mg
Energy value - 220 kcal
Target Temperature Range: - 0 - + 20० C
The level of moisture content should not
exceed 75% 2 years from production date
Without a doubt, above mentioned fruit is a real source of pectins, iron, potassium, calcium, copper, phosphorus, organic acids, PP, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, beta-carotene, and so forth. People with gastrointestinal problems can also benefit from this product. People who have gastrointestinal problems can take benefit from this product. Also, the quince that is rich in copper and cellulose improves digestion, boosts the function of the liver and bile ducts, and helps to fight diarrhea. In the same way, quince is a dietary fruit. Alternatively, quince can be used very successfully in diets for weight loss. Plus, quince is a source of antioxidants, which leads to help on the road of fighting against the formation of cancer cells. Quince slows down the aging process in the body. The unique antiviral properties of the animal allow it to be used successfully in the healing of influenza and cold. In this sense, it should be boiled in a small amount of water and consumed with water. Also, quince is rich in trace elements and the reason is why quince can have a great impact on anemia. Next, quince helps to decrease the level of cholesterol in the body and boost the immune system with vitamin C. In accordance with its anti-inflammatory and expectorant influence, quince juice can be used successfully in diseases called bronchitis, bronchial asthma, different kind of colds, and inflammations.