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Category: Vegetables Origin - Maharashtra, India HS Code - 07099920 Season - All Colour - Purple Size per count Weight per count - NA Packaging - 5-7 kg in CFB Carton/Box BOOK ORDER
We export brinjal 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.
With the extensive experience of supplying Fresh Brinjal in the market..we provide good quality of brinjal Brinjal are a great source of vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6, thiamine, niacin, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, copper, fiber, folic acid, potassium....
Packing: new packing as per export standards Quality Fresh, Source Guarantee All vegetables are from plant in Vietnam Country Of Origin Made In Vietnam Payment: TT or LC
Hs Code : Brinjal Small Description : "Color: Purple Vegetable Style : Fresh Usage : Cooking Cultivation Type: Common,organic" Price Usd/fob : Price on Request Origine : India Specifications : Healthy and Nutritious Minimum Order/ Packaging : Cfb Carton Box: 5kg 10kg
Product Description : good in appearance and quality sustainable in production 11-15 days shelf life (store in suitable condition) length ( 25 cm and above) diameter (4cm and above) Price of product ( USD price or FOB price) : FOB Price In USD: Negotiable Payments : cash/term Product origin : Malaysia Key Specifications/Special Features : GRADE FEATURES AA : 4cm diameter and above straight with good appearance A : any diameter medium appearance 2-3 unit /kg Port of loading : klang Minimum Order Size and Packgaing details : MINIMUN ORDER : 20 boxes 10kg / box
Product Description : good in appearance and quality sustainable in production 11-15 days shelf life (store in suitable condition) length ( 15cm and above) diameter (6 cm and above) Price of product ( USD price or FOB price) : FOB Price In USD: Negotiable Payments : cash/term Product origin : Malaysia Key Specifications/Special Features : GRADE FEATURES AA : 6 cm diameter and above straight with good appearance A : any diameter medium appearance 4-5 unit /kg Port of loading : klang Minimum Order Size and Packgaing details : MINIMUN ORDER : 20 boxes 10kg / box
Fresh Brinjal: Product Description : Meeting the demands of customers as a reliable organization, we are engaged in offering a wide range of Fresh Brinjal. Product Origin : Gujarat, Maharashtra Key Specifications/Special Features : Certification - As buyer Require Premium Grade Type - Fresh Dry / Small / Big Place of Origin Gujarat, Maharastra -India Port Of Loading Mundra Port, Nahva seva Port Payment Term DP,LC, T/T Minimum Order Size and Packgaing details : Packing - Cartons & Customized, Bulk packing available, Mini Order Qty 20 feet container
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.
Brinjal fruits are commonly considered as vegetables.13 They are cooked in various ways such as baking, barbecuing, frying or pickling. They can also be pureed, flavoured, and used as a dip or chutney as in Mediterranean and Indian cuisines. In Indian cuisine, they are used in curries and even made into soufflÃ©s. The cut fruits are typically soaked in cold salted water before cooking to avoid discoloration and to remove its mild bitterness.