Peach Nutrition Facts - That's in the stone fruit

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They are healthy, taste wonderfully sweet and can be processed into a variety of dishes. But what is it all in peaches?


The peach with its sweet aroma is one of the most popular types of fruit - and not only in adults. Even children can not get enough from an early age. No wonder, because peaches finally taste wonderfully sweet and are refreshing. And the great thing is that they can be processed in so many ways. You can make, for example, must, jam, compote, cake and much, much more. Among other things, you can also dehydrate peaches, make liqueurs and even grill.

Peaches are not just great. If the peach season is from mid-May to about the end of September, the trees in the garden also spread a pleasant, seductive scent.

What's in peaches?

Peaches are low in calories (42 kilocalories per 100 grams), so they are good for body-conscious nutrition. But that's not all: thanks to their fairly high water content (87 grams on average), they are also a tasty refreshment in summer.

Of course, the peach also contains plenty of valuable vitamins and minerals such as vitamins C, B1, B2 and A as well as a decent amount of magnesium, calcium and potassium. So peaches are not calorie bombs, but rather small vitamin bombs.

Nutritional informationper 100 grams
calories42 kcal
fat0.1 g
carbohydrates9.4 g
protein0.8 g
roughage1.9 g
Potassium (K)192 mg
Calcium (Ca)6 mg
Magnesium (Mg)9 mg
Phosphorus (P)20 mg
Iron (Fe)0.3 mg
Zinc (Zn)0.1 mg
Vitamin A0.02 mg
vitamin C10 mg
Vitamin E0.97 mg
Vitamin B10.03 mg
Vitamin B20.05 mg
Vitamin B60.03 mg

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