A LA CARTE
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🐝 Supplier / Place Of Origin：A LA CARTE / Italy
🔖 Certification： Organic European
🌱 About the Producer：
We select our suppliers for the love they put in their products,
seeking the best quality while respecting traditional production methods.
Most of them are family owned, of human size. We value the direct collaboration with them.
By buying directly at the source, we are proud to contribute to the local economy,
while ensuring that, ultimately, our clients get the most tasty and fresh products at the best prices.
All our farmers follow specific certifications minimizing the use of chemicals. From sustainable agriculture ‘’Agriculture Raisonnee’’ (AR) to Organic certified ‘’Agriculture Biologique’’ (AB), these guarantees that the fruits delivered to you a safe and healthy. On top of the tests done by our farmers, we also perform our own chemical test upon each arrival of the fruits.
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🛍 Product Information (Main) (English)：
Binomial Name：Vitis vinifera L.
Other Names：Seedless Grape
Product Description：The fruit of the European grape of the Vitiaceae family. Sweet and sour, flat. It has the functions of appetizer, diuresis and swelling. Green grapes are rich in glucose, which can be quickly absorbed by the human body, replenishing physical strength and awakening the spirit.
Native to the Black Sea and Mediterranean coasts, distributed in Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Central Asia. It was introduced into China in the second century BC, mainly distributed in Xinjiang, Hotan, Yantai in Shandong, Zhangjiakou and Xuanhua in Hebei, and Dalian, Shenyang and Henan in Liaoning.
Variety：There are both wild and cultivated varieties. Wild species are called forest grapes (v. vinifera var. Sylvesstris will.);
vinifera var. sativa DC.).
There are more than 8,000 cultivation varieties in the world, such as Aligote, GROSS GOLMANN, and Riesling.
China has cultivated many excellent varieties in viticulture, the most famous of which are Peking rosé grapes, Xuanhua milk grapes, Shandong longan grapes and Hebei Shaba pearl grapes.
Supply Season：Hong Kong is supplied throughout the year.
Storage Method：Because it is easy to perish, it is recommended to buy it immediately; or store it in the refrigerator, generally it can be kept for 1 week.
#Should Be / Avoided：
Suitable: suitable for patients with weak qi and blood, cough due to lung deficiency, palpitations and night sweats, rheumatic arthralgia, gonorrhea and dysuria. In addition, people suffering from hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, cancer, anemia, high blood pressure, neurasthenia, edema, and those suffering from pregnancy dyscrasia, vomiting, and fatigue are also suitable for consumption.
Contraindications: Those with yin deficiency and internal heat, diarrhea, loose stools, and stomach heat should not eat. Obese and diabetic patients should not eat too much.
1. Grapes and sesame seeds: Grape skins and seeds contain high-strength antioxidant substances. Combined with the vitamin E of sesame seeds, they can further enhance the overall antioxidant effect and have anti-cancer and anti-aging functions.
2. Grapes and glutinous rice: The folic acid in grapes combined with the iron in glutinous rice can maintain the normal operation of red blood cells, help prevent anemia and eliminate fatigue.
1. Grapes and radish: When the human body eats radish, it will produce a metabolite of sulfhydric acid. This metabolite easily interacts with the metabolite produced by the flavonoids in grapes, inhibits the body's absorption of iodine, and affects thyroid function. .
2. Grapes and shrimps: The tannins contained in grapes will combine with the calcium in shrimps to form indigestible substances, which can easily cause stomach discomfort, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms.
Cooking Skills：The fruit is a bunch of spherical or oval berries, the number of each bunch ranges from 6 to 300, and the pulp is sweet and sour and juicy. The toughness of the peel and the firmness of the pulp vary from variety to variety, ranging from tough to soft for the peel and firm to soft for the flesh. The fruit can be eaten raw or juiced, and can also be processed into wine, grape juice, raisins and jams.
Notes：It is not advisable to drink water immediately after eating grapes, otherwise it will easily cause diarrhea. Raisins contain more glucose and iron, and are especially suitable for children, women, and the weak and anemic.
It can be eaten as fruit, made into wine or canned and paper-packaged beverages.
Hazelnuts, also known as hazelnuts, have a long history and can be traced back to ancient times. It is believed that they originated in the Little Asia Minor around 7000 BC, and soon spread to Europe, where the ancient Greeks and Romans were planted. These nutritious little nuts have since become a precious part of many cooking traditions.
Hazelnuts have a sweet and nuts, and the texture is smooth. It can be eaten, baked or grinded into a paste.
Even mixed with other ingredients, the taste of hazelnut can stand out. For example, hazelnut and chocolate are particularly good.
Suggested Eating Method：
The fruit is a spherical or oval berry that grows in a string, each of which ranges from 6 to 300 pieces, and the flesh is sweet and sweet. The toughness of the peel is different from that of different varieties and the strength of the flesh. The peel can be softened from tough to softening, and the flesh from strong to soft. Fruits can be eaten raw or juice, and can also be processed into wine, grape juice, raisins and jam.
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