Artichoke hearts - Whole

Artichoke hearts - Whole

The artichoke was first consumed by Greeks and Romans before making its way throughout Europe during the Middle Ages. The French and the Spanish first introduced them to America—they were a staple during their long transatlantic journeys. With approximately 40 calories per 100-g serving, artichokes are similar to carrots in terms of caloric intake. Their high vitamin and mineral content puts them a step ahead of many other vegetables. Potassium, calcium, as well as vitamins B and C are among the many nutrients that are found in significant amounts in artichokes.


Ingredients:
Artichoke hearts, water, salt, citric acid.

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