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Gently freeze-dried bananas,
for example as a topping for cereal, for baking and as a snack
- Contains iron, potassium, magnesium and vitamin A
- Energy source
- Only natural sugars
- Without preservatives, flavorings and colorings
- Popular with athletes
- Perfect for baking and cereal
FROM 8,25€ /100g
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT BANANAS
The banana is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. As early as the 15th century, the banana found its way from Southeast Asia via Africa to Europe and South America – whose countries are now among the largest exporters of the sweet fruit.
Bananas are available all year round as they are grown in and imported from more than 30 countries around the world. The perennial fruit feels at home in a tropical, warm, humid climate. Colombia, Ecuador, Costa Rica and Panama are among the most important importing countries.
The word “banana” comes from Arabic and means finger. From a purely botanical point of view, bananas are berries. Hard to imagine because of the shape, but all fruits that emerge from a single ovary are called berries.
In Europe, three of the many types of bananas are mainly used. These include the fruit banana, plantain and textile banana.
In our latitudes, the yellow fruit banana is the most common. It is the second most popular fruit in Germany and is eaten, among other things, as a breakfast snack, as a meal before or after sport and as a snack between meals.
The fruit banana contains up to 70% water and many carbohydrates in the form of starch. It also contains a lot of fructose and provides the body with a lot of energy. It offers a high content of minerals such as potassium and contains vitamins A, B, C and E. The dry substance of bananas is therefore also found in many diet powders.
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The combination of the various
dietary fibers in the banana makes it a perfect source of
energy. It works immediately and permanently.
Magnesium and Potassium – Both nutrients are essential for muscle and nerve function. energy generation and the electrolyte balance are important
FEELING OF HAPPINESS
The amino acid tryptophan stimulates the production of the happiness hormone serotonin.
WHY IS THE BANANA CURVED?
The banana is crooked because it grows upside down. The individual banana fruits, on the other hand, grow upwards, always towards the sun.