Citrus fruits


As lovers and producers of citrus fruits, we couldn’t leave out the lemon, a fruit with multiple nutritional properties and benefits that is a must-have in every kitchen.



Grown and carefully selected from the fields to bring you the freshest and tastiest lemons on the market. To be used in refreshing slushies in the summer, for that final touch in certain dishes, for desserts and cakes… Bollo untreated lemons are so special that some of the most exclusive patisseries in Paris use them as their benchmark lemon for quality. It is also a very versatile fruit for its delicious aroma and flavour.

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Benefits for our health

ANTI-BACTERIAL Lemons have amazing anti-bacterial properties.

THEY STRENGTHEN THE INMUNE SYSTEM Lemons, due to their high content of vitamin C and flavonoids, help to strengthen your immune system by increasing your body’s defences. They also prevent diseases, especially those which affect the respiratory tract.

MANTAIN THE BODY´S PH LEVELS Although lemons are rich in citric acid, in the long run, they help to alkalise your body, restoring its pH levels. If your diet includes large amounts of red meat, refined foods, additives or coffee, your body can become acidic.

DETOXIFIES THE BODY Lemons stimulate the liver and help eliminate toxins. One of the most effective remedies to detoxify your liver is to drink the juice of a freshly-squeezed lemon mixed with half a glass of water every morning on an empty stomach, and wait 30 minutes for it to take effect before consuming any other foods. In addition, lemon increases the peristaltic movements of the intestines, helping the body to better eliminate digestive waste. The digestive properties of lemon juice help in the discomfort caused by heavy digestions.

HELPS DISSOLVE STONES The citric acid in lemons helps prevent and dissolve gallbladder stones, as well as calcium deposits that can lead to kidney stones.

TAKE CARE OF THE BRAIN In addition to vitamin C, lemon contains Potassium, which is very beneficial to our nervous system and brain.

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Nutritional values per 100 grams

  • Calories: 22 (92 kJ)
  • Total fats: 0’2 g
  • Sodium: 1 mg
  • Potassium: 103 mg
  • Carbohydrates: 7 g
  • Fibre: 0,3 g
  • Sugars: 2,5 g
  • Proteins: 0,4 g
  • Vitamin: 38,7 mg
  • Calcium: 6 mg
  • Magnesium: 6 mg

Other types of citrus fruits


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