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Fruit Rainbow
Fruit Rainbow
Did you know that the colors of vegetables and fruits indicate which kinds of nutrients they are rich in?
RED: Contain vitamins A (β-carotene), important for growth and your immune system, and C, a powerful antioxidant.
ORANGE/YELLOW: Rich in potassium, magnesium, dietary fiber, vitamins B6 and C, beneficial to your immune system and skin.
GREEN: Contain lutein, which helps maintain eyesight, and folic acid, which helps cells to multiply.
BLUE/PURPLE: Rich in anthocyanidins, which lower blood pressure and prevent blood vessels from rupturing.
WHITE: Contain allicin, vitamins C and K, and folic acid, helping prevent arteries from hardening and lowering cholesterol levels.
Life Hack: How to Peel & Prepare Fruits (V)
Do you feel that cutting up fruit and peeling and coring it is a hassle? Just make good use of the following tips, and you'll find that dealing with fruit is no big problem.
Kiwi fruit: cut off the top and the bottom, insert a tablespoon and rotate it close to the skin of the fruit.
Mango: cut open the mango parallel to the central core, and slide each piece downwards against the rim of a glass. This will easily separate the flesh from the skin.
Avocado: with a knife cut into the avocado all round, dividing it into two halves; stick a knife into the stone, and when it holds firm, gently twist it to release the stone; then use a tablespoon to scoop out the flesh.
Orange: cut off the top and the bottom, cut through the peel from top to bottom, and then gently pull the orange open to eat it.
Strawberry: press a drinking straw into the bottom of the strawberry, and the hull of the strawberry will come out easily.
Cherry: put the cherry in the mouth of a beer bottle, poke the base of the cherry with a chopstick, and the stone will pop out.
How to Store Fresh Juice
To prevent fresh fruit juices from nutrient loss or oxidization, we recommend consuming freshly made fruit juices within 20 minutes.
This can be challenging for busy professionals. If you must store the juice, it’s best to pour freshly made juice immediately into an air-tight glass container to reduce contact with air. Keep it cool in the fridge and consume it within a day.
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[An Apple A Day - Commonly Seen Apples in city'super]
Everyone has heard of the saying: “An apple a day, keeps the doctor away.” Other than having a high nutritional profile, eating an apple in the morning can give you more energy than a cup of coffee.

There are many varieties of apples, each with different flavours. Below are nine varieties of apples commonly seen in city'super:
France Golden Apple: An apple with a golden skin and a mild flavour of pineapple.
Japan Ohrin Apple: An exceptionally juicy green apple that’s sweeter than other apples, soft and fleshy.
France Granny Smith Green Apple: A green-skinned apple with a mildly sour flavour.
Chile Organic Pink Lady Apple: A pink-skinned apple with tints of green, soft and crunchy flesh, and sweet and sour flavours.
US Red Apple: Bright red colour, mild sweet flavour, the flesh is juicy and has a light crispness.
Japan Sun Fuji Apple: With its refreshing and sweet flesh, this is a firm and juicy apple with balanced sweetness and acidity.
Japan Shinano Gold Apple: A round apple that’s crunchy, juicy, and imparts an exquisite flavour. Available only from February to June.
Japan Mutsu Apple: An oblong-shaped fruit with crunchy and juicy flesh. Aromatic flavour with just a hint of acidity.
Australia Tasmania Rubigold Apple: An apple from Tasmania’s Huon Valley, it’s a crispy and juicy variety with sweet flesh. Available only from May to September.
A superfood that lives up to its fame, effective for detoxing.
The kale sold at city’super is sourced from Australia or from locally. It’s suitable for juicing with other fruits and vegetables for a super-nutritious beverage.