QB Crock: Fruit and Vegetable Snack, CHRUNCHING like never before!

All thanks to freeze-drying: the most advanced method to preserve food as it allows you to maintain the appearance, taste, vitamins and nutritional values ​​of the fresh product. In this way, fruit and vegetables are transformed into a healthy snack, without added sugars and without preservatives: fruit and vegetable chips, for adults and children.


  • Known for its benefits against cellulitis.
  • With its antioxidant function, it is essential for our immune system.
  • It has good anti-inflammatory properties.
  • It is rich in enzymes useful for protein digestion.
  • Stimulates the metabolism.
  • Rich in magnesium and potassium.
  • Indicated for low-calorie diets.

100 g of pineapple bring about 50 calories (95.2% carbohydrates, 3.9% protein, 0.9% fat).



  • It protects the sight.
  • It helps to have the energy to study and to concentrate better.
  • Lower the pressure and protect the heart.
  • It is also recommended to regulate the function of the intestine, especially for those suffering from constipation.
  • It has a high satiating power.
  • Rich in potassium.

100 g of Banana bring about 89 calories (94.2% carbohydrates, 4.5% protein, 1.5% fat).



  • It has excellent refreshing and re-mineralizing properties.
  • It helps to purify organism.
  • It helps to keep the cardiovascular system healthy, strengthening the capillaries.
  • It possesses excellent detoxifying properties.
  • It has high antioxidant properties able to bring benefits to the micro circle and to the heart.
  • Helps to cleanse the liver.
  • Rich in essential amino acids.

100 g of Beetroot bring about 43 calories (84.3% carbohydrates, 14.2% protein, 1.5% fat).



  • They are friends of skin and beauty.
  • They are considered effective natural tanning because they are rich in beta-carotene, an element that stimulates melanin.
  • Rich in antioxidants, substances useful to fight free radicals and aging.
  • They bring visual benefits thanks to their richness of vitamin A.
  • Excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin B6, biotin, vitamin C, potassium, copper and manganese.

100 g of Carrots bring about 41 calories (89.1% carbohydrates, 8.6% protein, 2.2% fat)


Sweet corn

  • It is a source of folic acid and vitamin B1.
  • It is particularly digestible and is rich in dietary fiber.
  • Thanks to its properties it helps to keep LDL cholesterol values ​​low.
  • Corn is a gluten-free cereal, indicated in the diet of people suffering from celiac disease.
  • It has laxative properties, for this reason it is recommended for those suffering from constipation.
  • It has diuretic, emollient, energetic, nutritive and restorative properties.

100 g of sweet corn bring about 86 calories (81.2% carbohydrates, 13.7% protein, 5% fat).



  • They are rich in enzymes capable of activating fat metabolism.
  • They regularize the intestine.
  • Contain xylitol, a sweet substance that prevents the formation of dental plaque.
  • Refreshing, diuretic, depurative and detoxifying.
  • Slow down the natural aging process of our body cells.
  • They are rich in fibers that help the body in the digestive process.

100 g of strawberry bring about 32 calories (88.8% carbohydrates, 7.8% protein, 3.5% fat).



  • It helps in preventing colds and helps protect capillaries and bones.
  • It is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals.
  • It contains precious vitamins for our body, such as vitamin A, beneficial for protecting vision and eyes.
  • It is a source of vitamin C.
  • Contains antioxidants.

100 g of tangerin bring about 53 calories (92.2% carbohydrates, 5.6% protein, 2.1% fat).



  • Rich in mineral salts such as phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, iron and calcium.
  • Thanks to its antioxidant properties, it helps prevent free radicals.
  • It helps the absorption and storage of iron.
  • Thanks to its folic acid content, it is indicated in the diets of pregnant women.
  • Contains vitamin B, vitamin C, niacin, pyridoxine (vitamin B-6), riboflavin and thiamine (vitamin B-1).

100 g of red peppers bring about 31 calories (82.4% carbohydrates, 13.5% proteins, 4.1% fat).



  • They are a food poor in calories: for this reason they are, in fact, indicated in low-calorie diets.
  • Helps to counter free radicals and premature aging.
  • They are a valuable ally against excess cholesterol.
  • They are recommended for a correct and balanced diet thanks to their flavonoid content, such as carotenes and lutein.

100 g of courgettes bring about 16 calories (72.8% carbohydrates, 18% protein, 9.2% fat).