On the artichoke we have clear ideas and never will change.

Ricerca costante, accuratezza delle selezioni e severi controlli assicurano la qualità del nostro carciofo "Romanesco" per offrire un prodotto di alto livello e ben distinguibile sul mercato con un peso medio a capolino di 500/700 grammi.

Our artichoke is grown according to a rigid disciplianare production to comply with the beneficial qualities of the product and the final consumer.





Nutritional values ​​per 100g of artichokes:

Proteins (g)2,7
Fat (g)0,2
of which saturated0,036g
Carbohydrates (g)2,5
of which sugars (g)1,9
Fiber (g)5,5
Glycemic index20
Vitamins presentB1, B2, B3, A, C


Good, healthy and a thousand properties.






Heart Health


Purifying for the liver and kidneys

The artichokes have a high amount of fiber, various minerals (potassium, iron, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, copper, zinc) and a small amount of vitamins.
The most abundant minerals are iron and copper. But the substance that characterizes this vegetable is definitely the cinarina, responsible for many properties. Let's see the characteristics of these elements.

FerroIt is an element that stimulates various organs such as liver, spleen and intestines. It ensures a proper supply of oxygen to the cells of our body as it stimulates the production of hemoglobin, a protein to which it belongs and which is responsible for transporting oxygen. Iron is also important in the neurological level, for the neurotransmitters dopamine and serotonin. An iron deficiency causes anemia, fatigue, increased susceptibility to infection, depression.

Copper: è fondamentale per lo sviluppo del sistema nervoso e per il sistema cardiaco. Il rame svolge un ruolo cruciale nella conversione del ferro nella sua forma disponibile ed è importante anche per il sistema immunitario, in quanto mantiene il livello di globuli bianchi. Per queste sue importanti funzioni, una carenza di rame porta a degenerazione del sistema nervoso, insufficienza cardiaca, anemia e indebolimento del sistema immunitario;

Cinarina: Cynarin is a substance that is derived from caffeic acid and it must be the characteristic bitter taste of the artichoke. The cinarina is capable of lowering the levels of bad cholesterol, also it promotes diuresis and biliary secretion. However, it is heat labile, so to get the benefit you need to consume the raw artichokes. Artichokes also contain carbohydrates (inulin and mannitol) allowed with diabetes and antioxidants such as lutein and beta-carotene.
They are diuretics stimulate diuresis due to the presence of potassium and cinarina, for which are important for the renal treatment, to lower blood pressure and to counteract cellulite.

They lower bad cholesterol levels It has proven its worth in reducing the levels of bad cholesterol in the blood, helping to prevent cardiovascular disease. They are able to reduce the level of triglycerides.

They are rich in antioxidants Antioxidants are helpful in countering the effects of free radicals, substances that can promote the onset of tumors. In the artichokes, in particular in the heart, it is chlorogenic acid, a strong antioxidant useful in the prevention of cardiovascular and atherosclerotic diseases.

They help digestion These vegetables have always been used to aid digestion. This property of the artichokes is given by the presence of cinarina, which helps the digestive processes, in particular by stimulating the secretion of bile.

They regulate the intestinal transit Artichokes are high in fiber, so they help to regulate the intestinal transit in case of constipation and help to cleanse the colon of waste and toxins.

They are suitable for diabetics Artichokes are ideal vegetable for people suffering from diabetes or for those who must keep tabs on the glycemic index.

They protect the liver The main function of the artichoke is certainly the hepatoprotective. Nell of artichoke leaves, in fact, is present cynarin that promotes diuresis and biliary secretion and therefore is useful in diseases such as hepatitis and cirrhosis in raw artichoke.

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