Bell pepper is among the most important vegetable crops.
This plant has a long tradition of cultivation and consumption, and it has a high nutritional value. It is an important component of human diet because it contains biologically important substances. It is particularly rich in vitamin C, several times more than lemons.
It can be used in a wide variety of ways, and when it is instantly frozen, it retains all its characteristics and nutritional values. The high nutritional and biological value of bell pepper is reflected in the rich content of carbohydrates, proteins, dietary fibers, oils, organic acids, minerals, vitamins, pigments, capsaicin and essential oils.