The basis of a healthy diet is, in addition to an adequate intake of clean water, the daily consumption of at least 3 portions of vegetables and 2 portions of fruit.
Unfortunately, very few people implement the required minimum daily amounts.
Other problems are the use of chemical pesticides, early harvesting, transport routes, depleted soils and the time required, starting with purchasing, processing, storage, … etc.
It is important to realise that we can NOT replace fruit and vegetables with vitamins or individual, isolated substances. Variety, quality and processing of sun-ripened fruits and vegetables are essential for a healthy organism, in the long run.
Our aim is to close the gap between what we should eat every day and what we actually eat every day. Which fruits, vegetables and berry selections are included:
- Without genetically modified organisms (GMO/GMO)
- Without irradiation
- Without prohibited substances (doping)
- Without artificial substances
- Without sugar
- Without preservatives
- Without synthetic colouring
- Without chemical stabilisers
- Without herbicides/insecticides/nitrates
- Without gluten and lactose