Subfamily: Maloideae to Pomoideae
Species: C. oblonga Mill. (C. vulgaris)
Subspecies: C. oblonga maliformis (Mill.) Thell. (APPLE SHAPED Quince), C. oblonga pyriformis (Medik.) Thell. (PEAR SHAPED QUINE)
Quince, whose homeland is in the north of Iran, Turkemistan and the Caucasus, grows abundantly in the Marmara region, Izmir, Zonguldak and some parts of the Western Black Sea region, around Ankara, Antalya and some provinces of the Mediterranean Region, Manisa province and the countryside. It contains plenty of vitamins A, B and C and is rich in minerals such as sodium, potassium, phosphorus, copper, zinc and iron.
In addition to the fruit eaten raw, jam, marmalade, sweet and so on. also can be consumed.
1 medium-sized quince;
Energy: 98 kcal
Carbohydrate: 18.3 g
Protein: 1 g
Oil: 1.25 g
The fiber was determined to be 75 g.
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