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Peach (fresh)

Peach (fresh)

Peach (fresh)

Peach (fresh) - Nutritional values for 100 Gram :

44 kcal
8 g
0 g
0 g

Peach (fresh) - Nutrition table:

Calories, carbohydrates, protein, and fat can be viewed here in the calorie table and nutrition table.


Per 100 g

Calorific value

184 kJ


44 kcal


8 g


0 g


0 g

Macronutrient distribution:

The food Peach (fresh) is composed of the following macronutrients.

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Peaches have the following health-promoting properties:

  • Peaches are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, including vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus.
  • The high concentration of vitamin A in peaches may help improve eye health and reduce the risk of eye disease.
  • Peaches contain dietary fiber, which may promote intestinal health by stimulating intestinal peristalsis and preventing constipation.
  • Peaches are rich in vitamin C, which may help reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering blood pressure and fighting inflammation.
  • Peaches contain antioxidants that can help protect the skin from oxidative stress and free radical damage, keeping it looking healthy and youthful.

What to know about peaches

The peach is a popular fruit from the stone fruit family. It originated in China and has been grown and consumed for several thousand years. Peaches are available in many parts of the world and are often used raw, in juices, compotes and jams.

The fruits have a velvety skin that peels off easily and a juicy, sweet flesh. They are usually round or oval and white or yellowish in color. Depending on the variety, peaches can taste sweet to tart.

Peaches are harvested in the summer months and are an excellent source of nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus. However, peaches also contain sugars and fructose and should be consumed in moderation.

Frequently asked questions

Where does the peach come from?

The peach originates from China. The fruit has been known in China for several thousand years and has been cultivated there for many generations. Over time, the peach was brought to Europe and other parts of the world where it was cultivated. Today, peaches are grown in many parts of the world, including Europe, North and South America.

How should peaches be stored and kept?

Peaches should ripen at room temperature and be eaten within one to two days. When they are ripe, they can be stored in the refrigerator to preserve their freshness. Peaches can also be frozen to eat later.

What are the varieties of peaches?

There are many varieties of peaches that vary in size, color, texture and flavor. Some of the most popular varieties are: Freestone peaches, Clingstone peaches, nectarines, white peaches, donut peaches, yellow peaches and peach-nectarine hybrids.

How are peaches cultivated and harvested?

Peaches are grown in subtropical and temperate climates. Peach trees are planted in spring from seedlings or cuttings and require a sunny location with well-drained soil.

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