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  • Shrub with long, flexible shoots reaching up to 2 metres, and green leaves with a whitish underside. Raspberries are usually red, but there are also varieties with yellow or dark purple fruit. Raspberry fruits are rich in sugars and thus very sweet.

    While ripened, they are characterised by a deep red colour with an intense, fuzzy, burgundy spot. The fruit is large or very large and has a spherical-conical shape. A hard, juicy, crunchy and very sweet kind of apple.

    Shrub reaching a maximum height of 2 metres, commonly grown in home and allotment gardens. The berries are small, round and intensely black, they are sweetish, with irregular glands. They can be consumed fresh or as preserves. Blackcurrant leaves can also be used as a product.

    A perennial plant grown on plantations. A shrub, which usually grows from 2 to 2.5 metres tall, sometimes as tall as 3 metres. The dark blue, nearly black round fruit are characterised by their sweetish flavour and a delicate, natural coating. The fresh and dried fruit are a valuable dietary ingredient.

    Brush from the heather family. Fruit in the form of a very large, dark blue berries are characterised by their sweetness and long shelf life. The brushes are grown in home gardens and plantations

    Two-coloured, green apple, covered in 75-85% with a purple-red uniform spot, with medium to large fruit, spherical, slightly narrowing towards the calyx. A firm, juicy apple with a slight sweet-sour aroma.

    Medium sized, with fruit elongated, conical, expanding upwards, narrowing towards the calyx. The skin is thick, smooth and covered with carmine and burgundy striped spot. A hard, sweet, juicy and crunchy kind of apple.

    A visible, strong, bright red or red/orange fruit pattern with yellow background. Small and medium-sized fruit with thinner skin. A hard, sweet, juicy and crisp kind of apple.

    Fruit and vegetables are at the very base of the food pyramid as an essential element of our daily diet. They contain various vitamins, minerals and precious fibres. From the culinary perspective, European fruit and vegetables are classified based on their taste. Fruit may be sweet or sour and may be used in desserts, pastries, snacks and juices. Vegetables are mild or spicy and are usually eaten with and appetiser or main dish. European fruit and vegetables are wide selection of fresh, high quality and tasty products.