Between April and September we produce more than 7,500 tons of yellow pulp and white pulp nectarines

Why consume nectarines?

Water and energy, potassium, magnesium phosphorus; vitamins A, C, B3 and folic acid; and fructose in abundance. These are the credentials of nectarines, which make this fruit the perfect ally for our immune system and the absorption of iron.

If you are concerned about your skin, nectarines are your friend fruit as they promote collagen production. And if you have problems with cholesterol, take note: this is one of the fruits that provides the highest amount of vitamin B3, which enhances the breakdown of cholesterol in the blood.