Product Description : Fresh Indian Bitter Gourd Price of product ( USD price or FOB price) : Due to Price Fluctuation, Price will decide at the time of Final Order Product origin : India Key Specifications/Special Features : Bitter gourd is a rich source of vitamins and minerals. It contains iron, magnesium, potassium and vitamins like A and C. Various anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds are present in bitter gourd. Minimum Order Size and Packaging details : MOQ- 100 KGS, Packing is available in 5,10,20,25,40,50 Kg as per Customer's Requirement
Bitter melon is especially rich in vitamin C, an important micronutrient involved in disease prevention, bone formation, and wound healing Bitter melon is a good source of catechin, gallic acid, epicatechin, and chlorogenic acid, too Ã¢?? powerful antioxidant compounds that can help protect your cells against damage
Bitter Gourd, Bitter Melon, Karela, Bitter Sopropo and Fu-kwa all refer to the same vegetable that just like the cucumber and pumpkin comes from the family of Cucurbitaceae. It is well-known and appreciated in the Asian, Eastern African, South American and the Caribbean cuisine where it is used in curries and stir-fried vegetable dishes. The fruit differs one region from the other. It can be smooth and prickly, light and dark. What is common for all Bitter Gourd, however, is the bitter taste and the healthy compounds of the fruit: vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, K and the minerals potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, manganese and zinc. For centuries Bitter Gourd has been used in Chinese medicine in applications against diabetes. Bitter Gourd has many nutritional values and contains a lot of valuable nutrients which are essential for our body. Our Bitter Gourd is sourced from growers throughout Southeast Asia. To find out more about our Bitter Gourd please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bitter Gourd : Botanical Name is: Memordica charantia L. and local name is karela Hindi; Karli Gujrati & Marathi, Paval, kakara- Telugu. Bitter gourd is one of the most popular vegetable in India. The bitter gourd has good medicinal value as well Harvesting and Yield of Bitter Gourd :- Harvesting is done when the fruits are still young and tender at every alternate day. Picking should be done carefully so that the vine may not be damaged. The fruits should not be allowed to mature on the vines. The harvested fruits may be stored for 3 to 4 days in-cool condition. The yield is 60 to 100 quintal/ha.
The Green Bitter Gourd is demanded all over the world for unique flavour and the richness of nutrients. It has many therapeutic usages and is widely used in alternative medicines to treat many diseases. The freshness of the Fresh Bitter Gourd is ensured by the effective packaging done by us, which maintains the high quality of the vegetables in transit. We emphasize on delivering quality Green Bitter Gourd procured directly from the farms. We, being major Bitter Gourd Exporters ensure that the products are grown and cultivated in the most favorable conditions; utmost care is taken during the packing and transit stage to retain its medicinal value and quality. Specification : Parameter : Value Color : Green Size : Small, Medium,big Packing : 5kg Carton Box, As Per Customer Requirements Shipment : By Air / Sea Our quality analysts conduct stringent quality control measures to ensure durability of the products. Quality of the product is checked on various parameters at every stage of production. Our main product range comprises of Onions, Indian vegetables, pomegranates, tomatoes, Grapes etc.
'SunToSoil Agri Solution Llp' is offering fresh bitter gourd that is demanded all over the world for its unique flavor and the richness of its nutrients. The freshness of the bitter gourd is ensured by the effective packaging done by us which maintains the high quality of the vegetables in transit. Our products like fresh bitter gourd always retain their nutritive contents and remain pure and fresh
Price And Quantity Minimum Order Quantity5 KilogramsPrice Range250.00 - 500.00 INR/Kilograms Product Specifications StylePowderProcessing FormDreid Shelf Life1 Years Product Description Bitter Gourd Spray Dried Powder We also offer quality Bitter Gourd Spray Dried Powder which are used for various medicinal purposes. These are manufactured from quality Biter guard which is sourced from quality farms. Our products are purely natural and loved for there standard freshness and purity. These are available in packs which keep there properties intact. Trade Information Payment TermsCash in Advance (CID), Cash Advance (CA)Supply Ability10000 Kilograms Per Week Delivery Time2-7 DaysMain Export Market(s)Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia Main Domestic MarketAll India
Momordica charantia (colloquially: bitter melon; bitter apple; bitter gourd; bitter squash; balsam-pear; with many more names), is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean for its edible fruit. Its many varieties differ substantially in the shape and bitterness of the fruit. This herbaceous, tendril-bearing vine grows up to 5 m (16 ft) in length. It bears simple, alternate leaves 4-12 cm (1.6-4.7 in) across, with three to seven deeply separated lobes. Each plant bears separate yellow male and female flowers. The fruit has a distinct warty exterior and an oblong shape. It is hollow in cross-section, with a relatively thin layer of flesh surrounding a central seed cavity filled with large, flat seeds and pith. The fruit is most often eaten green, or as it is beginning to turn yellow. At this stage, the fruit's flesh is crunchy and watery in texture, similar to cucumber, chayote or green bell pepper, but bitter. The skin is tender and edible. Seeds and pith appear white in unripe fruits; they are not intensely bitter and can be removed before cooking. Some sources claim the flesh (rind) becomes somewhat tougher and more bitter with age, but other sources claim that at least the skin does not change and bitterness decreases with age. The pith becomes sweet and intensely red; it can be eaten uncooked in this state, and is a popular ingredient in some Southeast Asian salads. When the fruit is fully ripe, it turns orange and soft, and splits into segments which curl back to expose seeds covered in bright red pulp. Price of product : Working Product origin : Sri Lanka Key Specifications/Special Features Helps Reduce Blood Sugar Have Cancer-Fighting Properties Decreases Cholesterol Levels Aids in Weight Loss Versatile and Delicious Cures hangovers and cleanses the liver Boosts immune system Great for eyes Harmonization System (HS) Code : 07099920 Minimum Order Size : 1 Ton Packaging details : 10/ 15/ 25 / 50 kg
We export Bitter Gourd to our valuable customer in the world after collecting from direct farmer in our country India. So our price is competitive and quality is good.
Vegetable any herbaceous plant whose fruit, seeds, roots, tubers, bulbs, leaves etc are used as food. Nearly 100 different types of vegetable comprising both local and exotic type are grown in Bangladesh (table). Vegetable is important for nutritional, financial, and food security in Bangladesh. However, the availability of vegetable is only about 1/5th of the recommended requirement of 200 g/person/day. Area and production The area under vegetable farming increased from about 1,71,830 ha to about 1,95,951 ha during 1990-1997. Likewise, the production of vegetable also increased from about 1.09 million m tons to about 1.29 million m tons during that period. However, summer vegetable cultivation is constrained by adverse climate and pest attacks. The major winter vegetables are cabbage, cauliflower, tomato, brinjal, radish, hyacinth bean, bottle gourd, etc while major summer vegetables are pumpkin, bitter gourd, teasle gourd, ribbed gourd, ash gourd, okra, yard-long bean, and Indian spinach among others. Some vegetables like brinjal, pumpkin, okra, and red amaranth are found to grow in both the seasons.
Chayote, Pumpkins, squash and gourds (Cucurbita spp.) Color : Fresh Green Diameter : 6-10 cm Size : 6-12 cm Weight : 200-400 gr/pcs Harvest : All Season Best Storage at 10-13'C (WITH 90-97% RH humidity) Storage time at the right temperature can last up to 2 weeks
Bitter Gourd is a rich source of vitamins A, B1, B2 and C. Although it is a seasonal vegetable and bitter in taste, it is extremely good for health as it contains minerals like calcium, phosphorus, iron, copper and potassium. It is extremely effective in curing pimples and other diseases arising because of blood impurities. It strengthens the functioning of liver and spleen and helps to control diabetes. Other diseases that can be cured or controlled through the consumption of bitter gourd are arthritis, leucorrhoea, jaundice, stomach worms, piles, constipation and others. Bitter gourd acts as a purgative and appetizer. It helps in the digestive process. Its anti-inflammatory property makes it useful to hasten up the healing of wounds and injuries.
Quality : A Grade Packing : Plastic Bag, Polythene or Carton Box Packing Size : 5 kg, 10 Kg, 15Kg, 25Kg Health Benefits: Bitter gourd juice contains a train of important nutrients ranging from iron, magnesium and vitamin to potassium and vitamin C. An excellent source of dietary fiber, it also contains twice the calcium of spinach, beta-carotene of broccoli, and the potassium of a banana.
Bitter gourd: FYI-Bitter gourd is not really a vegetable but a fruit. Its juice contains many important nutrients like iron, magnesium, vitamin C, potassium and serves as an excellent source of dietary fiber. It contains twice the amount of calcium present in spinach and helpful in maintain blood sugar levels, lowers bad cholesterol levels, brings glow to your skin and making hair lustrous, cleanses the lever and cures hangovers, reduces weight loss, boosts immunity, and great for eyes.