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Gooseberries are a member of the Saxifragacea , Ribes type.
The color, size, and taste of the gooseberry vary according to the cultivar.
At maturity, gooseberries can be yellow, green, or reddish.
The taste varies from sweet to very tart according to the level of maturity.
The texture can also vary: some cultivars can have a thicker and tougher skin than others.

The gooseberry is delicious when eaten fresh when very ripe: its tart taste is very refreshing and can quench thirst. Less sweet than other fruits, it also contains fewer calories

 


Available: July
Currently, a small volume: the fruit bushes are young.

 

 

 

Nutrition Facts
(Per 100 g of fruit)

Water: 83.95 g
Carbohydrates: 13.80 g
Lipids: 0.20 g
Proteins: 1.40 g
Fibers: 4.3 g
Energy: 56 kcal
Vitamin C: 41.0 mg
Total sugar: 7.37 g

Minerals
Potassium: 275 mg
Phosphorus: 44 mg
Calcium: 33 mg
Magnesium: 13 mg

 

 

 

 
       
 

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