DescriptionParsley is a plant that has been known to us for more than 2,000 years. It began to be cultivated first in southern Europe, and was initially used more as a medicine than in cooking. The Romans were the first to use it as a spice in the kitchen. Parsley is rich in vitamins A, C, K and iron. It has a number of beneficial properties, some of which are strengthening the bone system, beneficial effects on the heart and blood circulation, supports the work of the kidneys, strengthens the immune system, improves vision, etc.
Storage: In a dry and cool place at room temperature.
Nutritional values per 100 g.:
|Energy value (Kcal)||279|
|of which saturated fatty acids (g)||0.3|
|of which sugars (gr.)||23.4|