Flash-frozen natural product. Storage conditions: store at a temperature not higher than minus 18°С and relative humidity not more than 95%. Shelf life: 24 months from the manufacture date. Initially, carrots were grown not for the sake of the root crop, but for the sake of fragrant leaves and seeds. The first mention of the use of carrot root in food is found in ancient sources in the Ist century CE. Modern carrot was introduced into Europe in the X-XIII centuries. This plant is widespread all over the world, including Mediterranean countries, Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Americas, where up to 60 varieties of it are successfully cultivated. Carrot contains vitamins of group B, PP, C, E, K; it also contains carotene - a substance that is converted into vitamin A in human body. Carrots contain 1.3% proteins, 7% carbohydrates. Many of the minerals found in carrot are necessary for human body: potassium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, cobalt, copper, iodine, zinc, chromium, nickel, fluorine, and others. Carrot contains essential ethereal oils, which give it a peculiar odor.