Nutritional Value of Marrons

Marrons differs from the chestnuts mainly for the taste: is sweeter and fragrant, captures and enhances the aromas and flavors of the wood. Externally marrons has brown skin with stripes and a chestnut is smaller and has a more elongated shape and has a darker exterior skin

In addition, Marrons has a size much larger than the chestnuts, to the extent that a hedgehog can have 2 or 3 fruit.

With high quality, marrons are protected for a darker brown skin and a thin skin that can be removed easily, which is much more complex than chestnuts.

The characteristics of this product make it the main ingredient in many culinary preparations, in the Autumn, can not miss on the tables of the Italians and all around the world