The great part of the vegetables and fruits is grown on the private fields of the company in a pristine area in the South of Russia. Nutrition and energy value
|Nutrition facts, Calories, average values
(per 100g of the product)
Turnip is nutritional vegetable. It contains vitamins C, B1, B2, B5, PP, pro-vitamin A (carotene). Turnip contains sulfur, cuprum, iron, manganese, zinc, magnesium, iodine, potassium, essential mustard oil, nitrogenous and anitrogenous substances, glucoraphanin.
Turnip even has passed into sayings, proverbs and fairy tales. And it is no coincidence. This heroine of folktale is a goldmine of useful substances and a unique product for healthy nutrition. It feeds an organism, energizes it and helps to get rid of many health problems.
The Western Asia is considered the homeland of turnip. It is one of the most ancient crop plants. Turnip was brought under cultivation about 40 centuries ago. Ancient Egyptians and Greeks cultivated turnip widely, but considered it food of slaves and the poorest peasants. In Ancient Rome baked turnip was already consumed by representatives of all classes. Thereafter the turnip was spread in Western Europe.