Up to 85% water and only 60 kilocalories on average
Good for the teeth and bowel
Contains over 30 vitamins and trace elements such as potassium, phosphorus, calcium and iron
70% of the vitamins are found in the skin
Quick source of energy due to fructose
Up to 85% water and only 60 kilocalories on average
Good for the teeth and bowel


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Where do apples actually come from? And when were they first eaten? We can't be absolutely certain of this, of course, but from information passed down over the centuries we know that the apple had been cultivated in Kazakhstan as long ago as approximately 10,000BC, and originally came from Central and West Asia. Apples are part of a plant genus which belongs to the Malinae subtribe within the rose family (Rosaceae). Apple trees are a type of deciduous tree.

Apples are the most widely distributed and cultivated type of fruit. The apples we use, by the way, mainly come from Poland, Spain and Italy. There are a total of some 55 species of apples, with approximately 30,000 different varieties around the world which are not only flavourful but also very nutritious. And let’s not forget, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”!

Good to know

Interesting facts about dried apples:
  • We process the Ida Red variety, primarily with the skin on
  • Poland’s climate makes it an especially good country for growing red apples
  • Apples are dried gently so that the vitamins and nutrients are preserved
  • They taste good in mueslis, bakery goods and desserts
  • Various shapes and sizes available, with or without skin
For juice we recommend:
  • The processing of Spanish and Italian apples which are less acidic
  • The processing of apples from German meadow orchards (Streuobstwiese)


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