Apples come in various shapes, colors, flavors, and flavors. They are widely used in folk medicine and cooking, where they are consumed fresh, dried, soaked, as well as in the form of jam, jam, jam, pastille, marmalade and juice.

The amount of vitamins contained in apples depends not only on the variety, but also on the duration of storage. It is known that newly harvested apples can contain 300% more vitamins A, B and C than those that have been stored in storage warehouses for several months. Nevertheless, the common advantage of all types of apples is their transportability and the ability to be preserved under appropriate conditions throughout the year.