1.What is Cantaloup? The origin of the Cantaloup
Cantaloup, also known as Cucumis Melo, is a Cucurbitaceae, native to India or Persia. Pickled nets are usually round (for Japanese and European countries) or long, blue skin, when ripe, it is golden and has white veins interwoven. The orange-yellow or red-tinged orange flesh like papaya looks very attractive, crunchy, cool and sweet.
Cantaloup has an average weight of 1.5 kg to 3.5 kg. Egyptians were the first to plant this plant, initially small and sweet little melon, after a period of continuous development until now became a big and sweet fruit. Mottled nematode grows strong, branching and well adapted to tropical conditions such as in Vietnam. The time from sowing to harvest depends on the varieties of melon from 55 to 80 days
Cantaloup is now widely grown in many countries in the world such as Japan, South Korea, Australia, USA, Italy, Thailand … In Vietnam new cantaloup are grown in recent years in the area. Applying high technology such as Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Duong, Binh Thuan, but the quality is not sweet enough to meet the needs of users. The varieties are currently grown in Vietnam are: Japanese Taka, Taka Japan, Golden Melon, Melon AB, Thai …
2. Characteristics of Cantaloup Japanese Kiwami
Cantaloup Kiwami are imported from reputable partners in Vietnam by Frefarm. Cantaloup Kiwami are highly appreciated by experts and consumers for their delicious quality, sweetness and crispy quality. Cantaloup Kiwami is also a pickle that most of the farms choose to export to Japan, Korea, Middle East … It can be said this is the best melon currently.
Characteristics of Cantaloup Japanese Kiwami
+ The tree is relatively strong growth, providing stable female flowers, good fruit. The fruit weight is from 1.5 kg to 2.0 kg.
+ Cantaloup Kiwami shaped uniform, uniformly round. The net is dense and even, the net is evenly distributed, including the rainy season.
+ High sugar content, sweetness (Brix) from 14 -16. Dark orange meat, plenty of water
+ Nine days fall into about 57 -60 days of planting. Eat best about 3-5 days after harvest (preserved in cool conditions). Keep the fruit in a dry and clean place, away from moisture
3. Cantaloup Kiwami at Frefarm is planted with high technology, Viet GAP, GLOBALG.A.P standards
Cantaloup Kiwami is planned to grow more than 25 hectares at Frefarm, cultivated in an Israeli-style membrane house, each house of 2000 m2 has insect-repellent netting and a special plastic liner capable of covering rain and wind. Melon is grown in large (bulbous) substrates, and lined with rubber so that the tree does not directly land.
Cantaloup Kiwami are grown by drip irrigation system, water is fed through the pipe system from irrigation to the required level, . The application of fertilizer, dosage, is mixed into the water system, ensuring adequate nutrients, trace elements for the best growing plants.
Cantaloup Kiwami products at Frefarm before the market is thoroughly tested quality products ensure the best quality when reaching the consumer. Commit to full 5 criteria FRESH – CLEAN – DELICIOUS – SAFE – NUTRITIOUS
13 EXTREME BENEFITS FOR KIWAMI EATING
Cantaloup Kiwami are considered as the most delicious today with high nutrient content. According to the results of quantitative analysis, minerals and vitamins, for every 100g of melon nodules containing: Folic Acid (21 μg), Nianci (0.734 mg), beta-carotene (2020 μg), Magnesium (12 mg) Calcium (9 mg), Vitamin C (36.7 mg), Vitamin A (169 μg), Energy (34 kcal). The World Health Organization also lists cantaloup in its list of beneficial fruits for the lungs as it contains more vitamin A (250mg of cantaloup containing up to 40% of the daily vitamin A intake). In addition, thanks to the many content of beta carotene, this type of cantaloup can also help control macular degeneration, a disease that reduces vision in older people. Cantaloup Kiwami has high nutritional value and many excellent functions in disease prevention.
1. Good for the eyes Cantaloup
Kiwami has many in folate and B vitamins, which are essential for fetal development and preventing anemia. In fact, folate deficiency can lead to fetal growth retardation, increased risk of brain disease, congenital malformations, and developmental delays in children. Lutein and zeaxanthin in nectar are needed for healthy eyes, lack of lutein and zeaxanthin leading to macular degeneration and cataracts.
2. Prevent cancer
Cantaloup Kiwami has a source of polyphenol antioxidants, which are beneficial for the prevention of cancer and boost the immune system
3. Good for the heart
Cantaloup Kiwami has also many in adenosine which is beneficial for the heart because it has the characteristic of blood thinning. This prevents blood clots in the cardiovascular system. Vitamin C prevents arteriosclerosis, while folate helps prevent heart attacks.
4. Support the weight loss process
Dietary fiber is beneficial for weight loss as it usually stays in your stomach longer than other foods and helps you stay full. This slow digestion prevents you from eating too much
5. Help in quitting smoking
Cantaloup Kiwami has a good for those who want to quit smoking. This is because minerals and nutrients in cucumber help smokers resist cravings and nicotine withdrawal symptoms effectively. In addition, it helps the body recover faster by taking a vitamin A loss of the body due to continuous smoking
6. Good for diabetics
Cantaloup has many different vitamins, minerals and proteins but is low in calories, low in sugar suitable for diabetics. Potassium in the cucumber increases the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain, helping you to reduce stress and help you feel better.
7. Strengthen the immune system
Cantaloup Kiwami has many in vitamin C and vitamin A which increases the ability of the immune system by stimulating the white blood cells in the body. As a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C is also effective against free radicals in the body. These free radicals damage the skin and cause premature aging.
8. Treat menstrual problems in women
Vitamin C in Cantaloup has effective in regulating menstrual cycles and reducing menstrual cramps in women. Frequent consumption of melon nodules during menstruation can reduce the flow and significantly reduce blood clotting
9. Has the effect of beautiful skin
Eat Cantaloup Kiwami in the morning to help the body detoxification, better regulation. Zeaxanthin in the cantaloup also protects the skin from UV rays. In addition, melon is also a source of food containing beta-carotene, folic acid, potassium, vitamin C and vitamin A help you improve the skin youthful and youthful.
10. Reduce stress
According to French researchers, the super oxidous oxide dismutase (SOD) enzyme helps to improve signs of physical and mental stress. It stimulates the body to produce antibodies, helps reduce bad cholesterol, prevents sclerosis and helps with weight loss. Beta-carotene will turn into vitamin A, which plays an important role in the visual, health of the skin and mucous membranes. So a few slices of mashed cucumber, or a glass of mashed cucumber juice, will give you a pleasant morning
11. Treat insomnia
Cantaloup has strong laxative properties because it contains a compound that reduces stress, anxiety. So, it helps you get rid of sleep disorders by calming the nervous system and helping you fall asleep easier.
12. Reduce inflammation in the body
A small glass (250 ml) of cantaloup contains up to 22% of the vitamin B6 that your body needs daily. So, this cantaloup can help the body maintain a good metabolism. The study, published in the Journal of Clinical Nutrition in the US in 2010, found that people with vitamin B6 deficiency were more likely to develop inflammation in the body, which could easily be stressful, The process of metabolism, which can easily lead to diabetes and other diseases
13. Limit inflammation
According to the study, the phytochemicals in pickled taka have anti-inflammatory effects. Cantaloup will help you prevent joint degradation, reduce inflammation. With regular school, sitting in the office today, back pain, neck pain or arthritis is unavoidable. Therefore, the more you have to add melon to your daily diet.