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Bio spicy chili - 40 gr.

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The fruit contains: vitamins (C, E, K, B, A), minerals including calcium, copper and potassium, carotenoids, bioflavonoids and lecithin. In particular, the chili is very rich in vitamin C: 100 grams of this spicy fruit contain well 229 milligrams against the 50 of the orange!

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The red pepper (Capsicum annuum) is an annual plant belonging to the Solanaceae family, the same of potatoes, aubergines, tomatoes and tobacco. Originally from the American continent, it was brought to Europe by Christopher Columbus, returning from his second journey from the New World.

The pepper has an erect stem, white flowers and oblong-shaped fruits that go from green to yellow to bright red when ripe. The peculiarity of the fruit is the spiciness on the palate, a characteristic that is given to it by capsaicin, an alkaloid present in its interior in varying concentrations depending on the species considered.
The fruit contains: vitamins (C, E, K, B, A), minerals including calcium, copper and potassium, carotenoids, bioflavonoids and lecithin. In particular, the chili is very rich in vitamin C: 100 grams of this spicy fruit contain well 229 milligrams against the 50 of the orange!

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