Apple juice is one of the most popular juices in the Upper-Rhine region of Baden-Württemberg and Alsace. Most of the apples stem from so called traditional orchards which are not only home to numerous old varieties of apples but also shelter a large diversity of plants and animals.
The cultivated walnut (juglans regia) which belongs to the hard-shelled dry fruits can be found mostly in warm locations of Baden-Württemberg and Alsace. The walnut tree is generally a large and robust tree with a tall trunk probably originating in Western resp. Central Asia. Due to the high amount of linoleic acid, walnuts as well as walnut oil are true specialties of the Upper Rhine and very beneficial to health
The first winter pumpkins are harvested starting in September and have much more to offer than to be carved and sit grinning on your window sill. They are low in calories and contain many healthy constituents.
Projet cofinancé par le Fonds Européen de Développement Régional - Programme Interreg IV Rhin Supérieur - "Dépasser les frontières : projet après projet"
Projekt über den Europäischen Fonds für Regionale - Entwicklung gefördert - "Der Oberrhein wächst zusammen: mit jedem Projekt"
Project cofinanced by the European Regional Development Funds - program Interreg IV Upper Rhine: - "Overcome boarders: project after project"