Irons Fruit Farm, Company
Agriculture - production of crops
One cup of strawberries contains approximately 45 calories and is an excellent source of vitamin C and flavonoids.
A medium peach weighs 75 g and typically contains 30 Cal, 7 g of carbohydrate, 1 g of protein, 140 mg of potassium, and 8% of the daily value for vitamin C.
Corn, one of the most popular and versatile vegetables, is also a good source of several nutrients. Corn is a low-fat complex carbohydrate that deserves a regular place on any healthy table. These high-fiber, fat-fighting kernels of goodness are also hearty and satisfying.
Cherries contain anthocyanins, the red pigment in berries. Anthocyanins are also potent antioxidants under active research for a variety of potential health benefits.
Tomatoes are now eaten freely throughout the world, and their consumption is believed to benefit the heart, among other organs. They contain the carotene lycopene, one of the most powerful natural antioxidants.
Raspberries are a rich source of vitamin C, with 30 mg per serving of 1 cup, manganese and dietary fiber. B vitamins 1-3, folic acid, magnesium, copper and iron are present in raspberries.
Oranges, like most citrus fruits, are a good source of vitamin C. Like all citrus fruits, the orange is acidic: its pH levels are as low as 2.9 and as high as 4.0.
Bananas are a staple starch for many tropical populations. Depending upon cultivar and ripeness, the flesh can vary in taste from starchy to sweet, and texture from firm to mushy.
Blackberries are notable for their high nutritional contents of dietary fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid (a B vitamin), and the essential mineral manganese.
Apples are often eaten raw; except for the seeds, which are slightly poisonous, the whole fruit including the skin is suitable for human consumption but the core is often not eaten, leaving an apple core as a residue.