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Lemon

Lemon is a citrus, the fruit of the lemon tree, from the Rutaceae family. Its thick and fragrant skin is yellow or bright green. Its zesty and juicy flesh is divided into quarters. Originally from Kashmir, limung spread to Persia. From the tenth century onwards, the Arabs brought it to the whole Mediterranean basin. Spaniards and Russians named it limon, which became lemon in English, while in France it was called "citron" taken from the Latin. Historically, Citrus medica limonum has been given a wide range of medicinal properties. The reputation of lemon is linked to its high vitamin C content, which protected sailors from scurvy during their long sea voyages.

Puree

Product obtained with the edible parts of one or several types of fruits or vegetables, then sieved or finely chopped, without any notable concentration, with or without added sugar(s).

- A strict selection of ripe-picked fruits and vegetables in the best areas.
- Constant taste, color and texture guaranteed by blending techniques.
- Production methods adapted to each fruit and vegetable to maintain all their original qualities.

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Concentrated preparation

Product obtained from the edible part of the blended, refined and purified fruit whose water content has been reduced through evaporation or any other process.

- A high dry matter content without added sugar(s): 100% fruit.
- Unique fruit taste thanks to a low temperature concentration process.
- The addition of essential oil enhances the balance of aromatic notes between fruit pulp and zest.

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Semi-candied

It is a frozen preparation, obtained by concentrated juices and preserving at moderate temperature of citrus fruit peel in order to maintain the original organoleptic qualities of fresh fruit and the fruit's consistency.

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