BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CHESTNUTS

Dida Iserliyska, Pavlina Paraskova, Petya Ivanova

Abstract


Chestnuts originating either from Bulgarian (Karlovo and Rozino) or international cultivars (Buffalo Queen, Lucent, Red Spanish и Skookuma) poses specific nutritional composition differentiating with high level of sugar, considerably high level of protein especially gluten, considerably low level of lipids and relatively high content of ascorbinic acid, Ca and Mg.

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