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Carrot 1kg pack

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Raw carrot is an excellent and healthy snack, and it can be combined with yoghurt dip. A carrot was first mentioned in Ancient Greece, in old documents 2500 years ago. Its Latin name, Dacus, came through Greek from the word "daio" ("to burn") due to its stimulative effect which is particularly expressed in the seed. Carrots were not very popular up until the Renaissance. It was probably because the first carrot sorts had extremely hard root and fiber structure. At the beginning of the 17th century the agronomists were breeding several sorts of carrots and utimately managed to grow a carrot with an orange root and more delicious aroma than its predecessors. This sort is usually grown in Europe, while the purple carrot is more popular in Southern Asia and North Africa. Due to its popularity the carrot was the first vegetable to be conserved at the beginning of the 19th century. Today, this plant has an intensely orange, fleshy, thick root and green rosette of leaves above ground. The root has a sweet crunchy texture while the leaves are bitter.

Raw carrot is an excellent and healthy snack, and it can be combined with yoghurt dip. A carrot was first mentioned in Ancient Greece, in old documents 2500 years ago. Its Latin name, Dacus, came through Greek from the word "daio" ("to burn") due to its stimulative effect which is particularly expressed in the seed. Carrots were not very popular up until the Renaissance. It was probably because the first carrot sorts had extremely hard root and fiber structure. At the beginning of the 17th century the agronomists were breeding several sorts of carrots and utimately managed to grow a carrot with an orange root and more delicious aroma than its predecessors. This sort is usually grown in Europe, while the purple carrot is more popular in Southern Asia and North Africa. Due to its popularity the carrot was the first vegetable to be conserved at the beginning of the 19th century. Today, this plant has an intensely orange, fleshy, thick root and green rosette of leaves above ground. The root has a sweet crunchy texture while the leaves are bitter.

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