vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 or vitamin PP (niacin), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B9 (folic acid), vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin E (tocopherol)

Macro elements:

potassium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus

Trace elements:

iron, manganese, copper, selenium

100 g of dried beets contain:

proteins - 9.9 g, fat - 0.7 g, carbohydrates - 60 g

The energy value of 100 g of dried beets:

kJ / kcal - 1194/285

Size fraction:

powder; pieces


DRIED BEETROOT is a truly unique product that is famous for its rich healing properties.

Dried fruits contain a unique lipotropic substance called betaine, which provides a natural level of lipid and cholesterol metabolism. Lipotropics regulate the level of cholesterol in the blood, as well as stimulate the removal of fats from liver cells, preventing the fatty infiltration of the body and the formation of cholesterol stones in the bile ducts.

Red pigment betanin has antioxidant activity, enhances immune system, and even useful in dealing with cancer. A large amount of magnesium in dried beets strengthens the heart muscle, prevents the development of atherosclerosis, reduces the risk of hypertension.

Pectic substances suppress the vital activity of putrefactive microorganisms, contributing to the normalization of microflora and natural cleansing of the intestine.
Thanks to vitamin B9, dried beets are recommended for people suffering from heart disease, as well as for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
This vitamin increases hemoglobin concentration in the blood and prevents the development of anemia and leukemia.

Dried beets can be used for the manufacture of fast food, tomato sauces, ketchups, as well as dietary supplements. In powder form, dried beets can be used as a natural food coloring.