The modern Greek name for this fruit is Persimmon, which leads modern Greeks to speculate that it is the Lotus mentioned in Homer’s Odyssey. Persimmons are red-brown or orange fruits that grow on trees like plums and look small, and the flat tomato is limited to calyx. Once again, Vitamin A shows itself as a nutritional powerhouse, offering 55 percent of the daily value in every 168 gram serving of persimmon. Vitamin C is in second place with 21 percent. Persimmon is an excellent source of fiber, which helps to maintain a well-regulated digestive system. To stabilize the metabolic system, vitamins of the B complex are present, as well as copper and phosphorus

Varieties: Ciro

MOQs: 1 x 40ft container (21 pallets) or 1 x full truck (26 pallets)


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