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Fresh Fruits

Apples

No other fruit is as present in the popular imagination as the Apple. From Greek mythology to fairy tales, from William Tell's stories to Isaac Newton's theories, she is in them all. And judging by its nutritional characteristics, it should not be lacking in its diet. Apple stands out for its high value in vitamins B, C and E and fiber: Apple has beneficial and protective action throughout the digestive mucosa. It also helps regulate the nervous system, growth, prevents skin problems and prevents mental fatigue. It can also lower your blood cholesterol and help treat rheumatism and arthritis. Excellent brain food as it contains phosphoric acid in an easily digestible form. It contributes to a peaceful sleep, avoids indigestion and has anti inflammatory action. Its moderate potassium concentration gives it diuretic properties and fruit recommended for cardiovascular diseases such as high blood pressure. Its tone and shape vary depending on the variety.

Nectarine

Peach is a light, refreshing and healthy fruit. The flesh is juicy, bittersweet and aromatic. Due to its low sugar concentration, Peach / Nectarine is indicated for weight control diets and for people with diabetes, keeping in mind the amounts consumed. Peach is a source of minerals such as phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, copper, iodine and iron. It is also rich in fiber, carbohydrates, and vitamins A, C and the B complex. Peach is recommended to maintain proper bowel function, combat rheumatism and to prevent skin and nervous system problems. It is very effective in reducing stress levels: its high niacin (vitamin B3) content, combined with magnesium, selenium and zinc, improves mood and fights insomnia and nervousness. It is moisturizing due to the amount of water it contains and is perfect for aiding beauty and rejuvenation treatments. It is advised against in cases of gastrointestinal disorder because of its high amount of fiber. Its season begins in early May and lasts until the end of September.

Orange

The history of Orange begins in India, where it was known by the name nareng. From Asia came to Europe through Portugal at the time of the Crusades. It is usually eaten naturally, whole or in juice. Orange peel can also be used to garnish some culinary dishes and its zest is often used to give a certain taste and aroma to the food. It is in Portugal that one of the most appreciated oranges in Europe is produced: Laranja do Algarve. The nutritional properties of Orange include, in addition to vitamin C and folic acid, minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and potassium, which make it a good fruit for consumption on hot days because, besides refreshing, restores energies. It also contains fiber (pectin, found in the skin surrounding the buds), flavonoids and oil, which increase its nutritional value. It is a low calorie food but with remarkable medicinal properties: because it is rich in vitamin C, Orange makes the body more resistant. to infections, gives vitality to the gums, among other functions. It also has healing properties, helps the body absorb iron from other foods, combat stress and allergies, lower cholesterol levels and the risk of some cancers.

Clementine

Clementine is an orange-like fruit but smaller and flatter at the base. It is one of the most popular fruits in the world for the ease with which it peels. Clementine is mainly consumed as fresh fruit, although it is also widely used in cooking, game and pork dishes, seafood dishes, salads, etc. It is also used for a multitude of desserts such as fruit salad, pies, creams, etc. Rich in vitamins A, B and especially C, Clementine is also rich in mineral salts such as potassium. The medicinal properties attributed to it are: improving the body's resistance to infections, memory, and reducing the risk of strokes and strokes. It is also an excellent tranquilizer and is suitable for those who practice regular physical activities.

kiwis

Although with a slightly acidic but very sweet taste, Kiwi has unique nutritional properties: rich in vitamin C, E and potassium is excellent for digestions, is stimulating for appetite and has laxative properties. Kiwi has anti-anemic and anti-scurvy properties. It is also traditionally used in Chinese medicine for the treatment of breast and stomach cancer. From brown to brown skin, its pulp can range from green to yellow. The best harvest time is in the fall.

Pears

Fragrant, juicy and sweet, Pear has nutritional properties of utmost importance to our body. Full of benefits, has many medicinal properties thanks to its content in water and fiber, and its richness in vitamins and minerals. Pear is a good source of carbohydrates, it has considerable doses of potassium, sodium, calcium and phosphorus minerals, vitamins C, provitamin A and, in low levels, B vitamins. Consumed in shell is a good source of fiber. Medicinal properties, Pear is appropriate in cases of diarrhea, ulcers, when consumed very mature. The tannins present in them have anti-inflammatory properties. Due to their low percentage of carbohydrates and sodium, and high percentage of potassium is recommended for people with diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular problems. This fruit has also been successfully used as an adjunct in the treatment of bladder inflammation, digestive problems and constipation. Pear varies in shade from green, yellow, brown to red.

Cherries

This small delicacy belongs to the genus prunus and, depending on the taste, can be of two classes, sweet or sour (also known as amarena). Detox cherries, almost no fat, are purifying and diuretic: help eliminate toxins and liquids, have Very few calories and contain fiber, which quenches and fights constipation. They are also attributed a strong antioxidant and antiseptic action, and their consumption can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. How to choose the best? Cherry is a fruit that should be picked as ripe as possible because if picked green, it will not get sweeter, as with other fruits such as pears, bananas and apples, among others.

Plums

Symbol of fecundity in many cultures, the plum is a very healthy fruit with interesting medicinal properties. Generally, plum is very nutritious, being a good source of vitamin C, carotenoids, provitamin A, fiber and flavonoids. Plum has been used since ancient times to detoxify the body and combat constipation. It also has a strong antioxidant and antiseptic action and its consumption reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.The harvest season goes from mid-June to August and its shade can vary from red, yellow and green depending on the variety.

Grapes

Originally from Central Asia, garlic is one of the oldest plants in the world and has been cultivated for over 5000 years. Over the millennia, garlic has been a beloved plant in many cultures, both for its culinary and medicinal qualities. Garlic is ideal for turning any meal into an aromatic healthy cooking experience. Due to its nutritional composition, garlic has characteristic medicinal properties such as its antiseptic, fungicidal, bactericidal and purifying properties; It is beneficial in the case of hypertension and cardiovascular problems and regularly consumed reduces the risk of stomach cancer by half and the risk of colon cancer by one third, according to studies compared with people who do not eat garlic.

Watermelon

Watermelon began to be grown in Africa, then spread across Europe, the Near East and India. Later it came to China and America. It is currently best grown in Asia, although Africa, Europe and North America also have large yields. Besides sweet and very refreshing, watermelon is very nutritious. It has carbohydrates (sugar), beta-carotene (provitamin A) and vitamins B and C. It also has calcium, phosphorus, iron and plenty of water. Today lycopene and glutathione are already known, compounds that Watermelon has in abundance, which are responsible for protecting the body against cancer and cellular oxidation. Regarding its medicinal properties, Watermelon is recommended for those with high blood pressure and rheumatism. Watermelon juice causes uric acid to be eliminated, as well as clearing the stomach and intestines. It is also effective in treating stomach acidity, obesity, chronic bronchitis, mouth and throat problems. In addition, its lycopene composition reduces the risk of certain cancers and cellular oxidation.

Fresh vegetables

Tomato

Although Tomato is closely linked to Mediterranean cuisine, it is actually originally from South America. The Spanish conquistadors who came to Mexico shortly after Columbus's discovery of the “New World” “discovered Tomato and brought the seeds to Spain, introducing them. it in the eating habits of Europe. Tomato has antioxidant action, strengthens the immune system, preventing or improving colds. The antioxidant function of lycopene has the ability to help protect cells and other body structures from oxygen damage. The prevention of heart disease is another role played by the antioxidant lycopene. The shade of tomatoes varies from green to red depending on their state of maturity.

Dried garlic

Originally from Central Asia, garlic is one of the oldest plants in the world and has been cultivated for over 5000 years. Over the millennia, garlic has been a beloved plant in many cultures, both for its culinary and medicinal qualities. Garlic is ideal for turning any meal into an aromatic healthy cooking experience. Due to its nutritional composition, garlic has characteristic medicinal properties such as its antiseptic, fungicidal, bactericidal and purifying properties; It is beneficial in the case of hypertension and cardiovascular problems and regularly consumed reduces the risk of stomach cancer by half and the risk of colon cancer by one third, according to studies compared with people who do not eat garlic.

Onion

The onion is originally from Asia, the onion is widely used for spices.The onion is rich in vitamins C and B complex, iron, potassium, sodium, phosphorus and calcium.

Lettuce

It has a lot of nutrients. It is a food very present in Portuguese food.

Our company

History
The History of “Frutas do Cávado, Lda.” helps to realize its current success at national and international level.
Founded in the 60s by João Santos Ferreira and Maria Ramirez Ribeiro, it began as a small family business.
It was the strong ties and values of unity, trust and perseverance that allowed, in the troubled times of dictatorship, this small business to resist, grow, taking on the dimension it presents today.

Company
A business across borders. This new stage also defines the current name of the company “Frutas do Cávado, Lda.”, Which today operates in Spain, the Netherlands, Italy and Brazil; transacting to and from these countries.The volume and requirement of current business leads this Company to be in the Quality Certification phase, to comply not only with the legal requirements in force but mainly to improve service and continuously increase customer satisfaction. your customers.

Values
Frutas do Cávado bets on Quality, Freshness, Taste, Variety, Confidence and Delivery! We have fresh and highest quality products on the market, always ensuring the authentic taste. We give our customers the security and confidence of purchasing the best and freshest products ever.

Distribution
The fruit fleet of “Frutas do Cávado, Lda.” is made up of ATP-certified isothermal vehicles that ensure the freshness and quality of perishable food products. All products stored and transported by “Frutas do Cávado, Lda.” Are accompanied by the respective Technical Data Sheet which provides, among other important elements, the conditions of storage, transport, handling recommendations, labeling, packaging and packaging.

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