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Sep-03-22
All Purpose Flour

All-purpose flour is a good source of iron and calcium, as its made up of endosperm of wheat grains. That contains most of the nutritional value, including vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), thiamine and folic acid. It is high in protein, fibre, fat and iron, which play a key role in your overall health.


Feb-08-24
Almonds

Almond, Tree (Prunus dulcis) in the rose family, native to South Asia; also its edible seed, or nut. The tree, growing somewhat larger and living longer than the peach, is strikingly beautiful when in flower. The nuts are either sweet or bitter. Sweet almonds are the edible type consumed as nuts and used in cooking.


Feb-08-24
Apple

Apple, (Malus domestica), domesticated tree and fruit of the rose family (Rosaceae), one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits. Apples are predominantly grown for sale as fresh fruit, though apples are also used commercially for vinegar, juice, jelly, applesauce, and apple butter and are canned as pie stock.


Feb-08-24
Dry Apricot

Among all dry fruits, the Apricot also holds a special place. It is one ,of the Indian dry fruits that come with a unique color. It is small in size and the taste is a bit on the tangier side. The nutrients that the dry fruit has are Protein, Carbs, Vitamin A, Beta-carotene, Fat, Fiber, etc. Apricots are good for the eyes and heart. It also keeps the skin stay hydrated and lessens wrinkles.


Feb-08-24
Avocado

An avocado is a bright green fruit with a large pit and dark leathery skin. Theyâ??re also known as alligator pears or butter fruit. Avocados are a favorite of the produce section. Theyâ??re the go-to ingredient for guacamole dips.


Feb-08-24
Banana

A banana is an elongated edible fruit botanically a berry produced by several kinds of large herbaceous flowering plants in the genus Musa In some countries bananas used for cooking may be called plantains distinguishing them from dessert bananas


Feb-08-24
Green Banana

Taste:� Green bananas are mildly bitter in taste and not sweet.
Texture:� They are firmer than yellow ones and are sometimes described as waxy. Green bananas are harder to peel and have firm skin, while ripe ones are easier to peel.
Composition:� Green ones are loaded with starches.


Barley Whole Wheat

Barley is high in fiber, especially beta-glucan, which may reduce cholesterol and blood sugar levels. It may also aid weight loss and improve digestion. Whole-grain, hulled barley is more nutritious than refined, pearled barley. It can be substituted for any whole grain and easily added to your diet.


Feb-08-24
Bay Leaf

Pleasantly aromatic, the Bay leaf/ tejpata has a clove-like taste and a faint pepper-like odour. The glossy, dark-green Bay leaf is oval, pointed and smooth, 2.5 â?? 8 cm (1 to 3 inches) long. Bay leaves give off a pleasing and sweet aroma that makes it a great flavouring condiment for soups, sauces, stews and pickles.


Feb-08-24
Berries

Berry, in botany, a simple fleshy fruit that usually has many seeds, such as the banana, grape, and tomato. As a simple fruit, a berry is derived from a single ovary of an individual flower. The middle and inner layers of the fruit wall often are not distinct from each other.


Feb-08-24
Dry Berries

Dried Berries Are Low in Calories Berries are among the healthiest fruits.


Feb-08-24
Canola Oil

Canola oil is high in unsaturated fats and has the lowest amount of saturated fat among the common cooking oils. It contains high amounts of oleic acid (a monounsaturated fat) and alpha-linolenic acid (the plant-based omega-3 essential fatty acid).


Feb-08-24
Cinnamon

A sweet-tasting spice with a warm and woody aroma, cinnamon chips are rough non-peelable barks scraped off from the thicker stems. Cinnamon is a wonderful spice with a pleasant taste that makes it a great ingredient to be used in cakes and desserts. It is widely used in Hyderabadi Biriyani, gravies and curry dishes in India.


Feb-08-24
Carom Seeds

Chew a spoonful of raw Ajwain seeds every day in the morning. Maintain a gap of half an hour between eating Ajwain and having your breakfast. If you have these seeds the first thing in the morning, they help your body release digestive juices which can make digestion better.


Feb-08-24
Fox Nuts

Superfood makhana is rich in proteins and fibre and low in fat. 100 grams of makhana gives around 347 calories of energy. There are around 9.7 grams of proteins and 14.5 grams of fibre in makhana. Makhanas are a very good source of calcium.


Feb-08-24
Cashew Nuts

The cashew tree is a tropical evergreen tree native to South America in the genus Anacardium that produces the cashew seed and the cashew apple accessory fruit. The tree can grow as tall as 14 metres, but the dwarf cultivars, growing up to 6 m, prove more profitable, with earlier maturity and greater yields.


Feb-08-24
Chia Seeds

Fiber in chia seeds is mainly soluble fiber and mucilage, the substance responsible for the gluey texture of moistened chia seeds. These fibers may help to lower LDL cholesterol and slow down digestion, which can prevent blood sugar spikes after eating a meal and promote a feeling of fullness.


Split Chickpeas

Split Chickpeas


Feb-08-24
Cloves

Dark-brownish in colour, cloves are the dried aromatic flower buds of the clove tree. They have elongated bodies with a flowery head and look like small nails. They have a strong taste and sweet pungent smell that gives spicy warmth to soups, sauces, curries, meat, pickles and also to flavour sweet dishes like cookies, cakes and fruit pies. Cloves act as antioxidants, cure mild toothaches, aid digestion and help control blood pressure, etc.


Tender King Coconut

King coconuts measure from 20 to 30 centimeters in length. They are harvested at around 7 to 8 months of maturity, which is about twice the age of a typical, young green coconut. The sweet and flavorful liquid within the nut contains electrolytes and minerals that mirror the needs of the human body.


Feb-08-24
Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is an edible oil derived from the wick, meat, and milk of the coconut palm fruit. Coconut oil is a white solid fat below around 25 C, and a clear thin liquid oil in warmer climates. Unrefined varieties have a distinct coconut aroma.


Dried Coconut (Khopra)

Dry coconuts are just that; dry. The milk within the coconut hardens as it matures and becomes the copra, or meat, of the coconut. After a coconut is first cracked the moisture content of the meat is roughly 50 percent and it contains around 30-40% oil. After being dried by heat or the sun, the moisture content dips down to 4 or 5% and the oil content jumps to 36-70%. The resulting Dry coconut is off-white to white in color with a mild coconut flavor.


Feb-08-24
Popcorn

In addition to fiber, popcorn also is a good source of polyphenols,


Feb-04-24
Cumin Seeds

Cumin seeds


Feb-08-24
Cumin Seeds

Cumin (jeera) can be identified by its distinct ridged brown seeds and intense fragrance. Cumin is used to add a distinct smoky note and a robust flavour to most Indian curries. So, it is often used as a whole, to flavour rice, stuffed vegetables, curries and many savoury dishes, and as a powder for puddings and buttermilk.


Feb-08-24
Dates

Dates are a source of fructose, which is a natural type of sugar found in fruit ( 1 ). For this reason, dates are very sweet and also have a subtle caramel-like taste. They make a great healthy substitute for white sugar in recipes due to the nutrients, fiber, and antioxidants that they provide.


Feb-08-24
Dragon Fruit

Dragon fruit may look exotic, but its flavors are similar to other fruits. Its taste has been described as a slightly sweet cross between a kiwi and a pear. Dragon fruit is a tropical fruit native to Mexico and Central America. Its taste is like a combination of a kiwi and a pear.


Feb-11-24
Prunes

The nutrients in dried plums vitamin B6, calcium, and magnesium, to name a few help make melatonin, the hormone that regulates sleep. Use prunes as a whole-grain toast topping, mix them into trail mix, or eat them on their own about 30 minutes before bedtime.


Cotton Seed Oil

Cotton Seed Oil


Feb-04-24
Fennel Seeds

Resembling cumin, in shape and size, fennel is a different spice altogether. Fennel (saunf) exude an anise-like sweet fruity aroma that makes them a widely-used savoury spice in pizzas, soups, sauces, confectioneries, etc. They are added in cooking, mainly as a flavouring base. They are used as a condiment after food to improve digestion and also as a mouth freshener.


Fenugreek Seeds

Commonly known as Methi, fenugreek seeds are hot in nature, with a bitter, nutty taste. It is a common condiment in spice blends in Indian cuisine over a variety of dishes like gravies, curries, parathas, beverages, etc. Fenugreek seeds have been used to enhance the sensory quality of food.


Feb-08-24
Dry Figs

Excellent source of dietary fiber and a great way to get your suggested daily intake of dietary fiber. Fiber that occurs naturally in foods like figs may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity, and type 2 diabetes.


Feb-08-24
Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds


Semolina Flour

Semolina is a type of coarse flour thats made from durum wheat not from the other popular wheat type known simply as common wheat When durum wheat is milled its most nourishing parts are ground into semolina Durum wheat grains are golden in color so the milled semolina is a paleyellow flour


Feb-08-24
Beef

Beef is an excellent source of iron. The iron in beef helps your body produce hemoglobin, a protein that helps your blood carry oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body. Not consuming enough iron can put you at risk of iron deficiency anemia, meaning your body isn\'t getting enough oxygen.


Feb-09-24
Beef Trotters

Rich in zinc and magnesium, cow trotters stew helps boost the immune
system to fight illness. Phosphorus helps the body build healthy bones and teeth, while selenium is a powerful antioxidant that helps boost the immune system.


Feb-08-24
Broccoli

Broccoli


Feb-08-24
Cabbage

Cabbage, comprising several cultivars of Brassica oleracea, is a leafy green, red, or white biennial plant grown as an annual vegetable crop for its dense-leaved heads.


Feb-08-24
Bell Pepper

Bell peppers (Capsicum annuum) are fruits that belong to the nightshade family. They are low in calories and rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants, making them an excellent addition to a healthy diet.


Feb-08-24
Capsicum

Arbi belongs to the family Araceae the same family as money plant and anthurium Its large heartshaped leaves also make it a favorite ornamental garden plant While the corms are consumed more commonly the leaf stalks are used in West Bengal and Kerala as vegetable


Feb-08-24
Cauliflower

Cauliflower is a member of the cruciferous vegetable family along with Brussels sprouts, cabbage, broccoli, collard greens, kale, kohlrabi, rutabaga, turnips and bok choy. These vegetables all contain a compound that produces a strong, distinct odor that some find unappealing.


Boneless Chicken

This type of poultry is an excellent source of lean protein. Chicken is also a good source of vitamin B, vitamin D, calcium, iron, zinc, and trace amounts of vitamin A and vitamin C. In comparison to most red meats, chicken contains two to three times more polyunsaturated fat and monounsaturated fat-healthier fats than those found in red meat.


Feb-09-24
Whole Chicken

Buying a whole chicken rather than its individual parts offers many potential benefits However to some people even the mere thought of reaching into a dead birds carcass to pull out the liver heart and gizzards is enough to put the brakes on and reach for the more convenient less icky option of purchasing separate pieces


Fresh Green Coconut

Water coconuts are also called young, green or immature coconuts. Cracked open, the liquid found inside is called coconut water which is not to be. confused with coconut milk. Coconut water has long been a popular drink in the tropics.


Feb-08-24
Cucumber

Cucumber


Feb-08-24
Lychee

lychee, (Litchi chinensis), also spelled litchi or lichi, evergreen tree of the soapberry family (Sapindaceae), grown for its edible fruit. Lychee is native to Southeast Asia and has been a favourite fruit of the Cantonese since ancient times. The fruit is usually eaten fresh but can also be canned or dried.


Feb-08-24
Jackfruit

Jackfruit is the largest tree-borne fruit in the world, reaching up to 60 cm (about 2 feet) long and weighing up to 18 kg (about 40 pounds). It is ellipsoidal and aggregate, composed of multiple bulbs of seed-containing flesh around a stringy core, all of which is enclosed by a bumpy rind.


Feb-08-24
Melon

Melon, (Cucumis melo), trailing vine in the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), grown for its often musky-scented edible fruit. The melon plant is native to central Asia, and its many cultivated varieties are widely grown in warm regions around the world.


Feb-04-24
Garlic

Garlic


Feb-07-24
Ginger

Dry ginger is nothing but dehydrated ginger that turns pale white with a beautiful fragrance and a sharp taste. And the ginger powder is a fine offwhitish powder with a strong aroma and a slightly pungent flavour. Dried ginger is used to flavour gingerbreads, sweets, tea, gravies, curries, stews, etc. Dried ginger aids digestion, cures cold and cough, sore throat, stimulates blood circulation, cleanses the kidney, etc.


Feb-08-24
Green Chili

Green chillies are scientifically known as Capsicum frutescens. The spiciness of green chillies comes from a chemical called capsaicin. Apart from providing a hot and spicy taste, capsaicin is responsible for numerous other health effects on the heart, stomach, and pain relief.


Feb-08-24
Okra

Okraalso known as ladysfingers gumbo or bhindiis the most important vegetable crop of the tropical and subtropical regions of the world It belongs to the genus Abelmoschus and family Malvaceae Okra is a multipurpose crop valued for its tender and delicious pods


Feb-08-24
Lemon

Melon, (Cucumis melo), trailing vine in the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), grown for its often musky-scented edible fruit. The melon plant is native to central Asia, and its many cultivated varieties are widely grown in warm regions around the world.


Sweet Lime (Mosambi)

Sweet limes are spherical citrus fruit with finely-textured skins with yellowish-orange in colour. The rind is semi-smooth and similarly pitted. In India, it is typically named mosambi or musambi


Feb-08-24
Mutton Whole

It is believed to be an excellent source of conjugated linoleic acid, a kind of fatty acid that helps prevent inflammatory conditions. It contains high amounts of iron. It contains high levels of vitamin B12. As goat meat is leaner, it is recommended for people who are on a health journey.


Mutton Trotters

Similar to other mammal trotters, goat feet have uncharacteristically tougher skin and loads of connective tissue, meaning they need to be slow-cooked until the meat is tenderized to a point where they\'re fit for consumption. With trotters, the longer you wait, the sweeter the fruit. Letting them simmer renders more collagen, a chemical responsible for healthier, tighter skin, joint pain relief, and muscle strength.


Feb-08-24
Onion

Red onions (also known as purple or blue onions in some mainland European countries, though not the UK) are cultivars of the onion (Allium cepa), and have purplish-red skin and white flesh tinged with red. They are most commonly used in cooking, but the skin has also been used as a dye.

Dubai Quality 55mm, 65mm++ (Fresh, Double Skin, No Black Skin)
Qatar/Oman Quality 55mm++ (Fresh, Double Skin, No Black Skin)
Malaysian Quality 55mm, 65mm ++ (Fresh, Double Skin, No Black Skin)
Bangladesh Quality 45mm++ (Fresh, Double Skin, No Black Skin)


White/Yellow Onion

White onion or Allium cepa are a cultivar of dry onion which have a distinct light and mild flavour profile. Much like red onions, they have a high sugar and low sulphur content, and thus have a relatively short shelf life.


Feb-08-24
Sweet Potato

Sweet Potato


Feb-08-24
Potatoes

The potato is one of some 150 tuber-bearing species of the genus Solanum (a tuber is the swollen end of an underground stem). The compound leaves are spirally arranged; each leaf is 20â??30 cm (about 8â??12 inches) long and consists of a terminal leaflet and two to four pairs of leaflets.


Feb-08-24
Pumpkin

Pumpkin is a plump, nutritious orange vegetable, and a highly nutrient dense food. It is low in calories but rich in vitamins and minerals, all of which are also in its seeds, leaves, and juices. There are many ways to incorporate pumpkin into desserts, soups, salads, preserves, and even as a substitute for butter.


Feb-04-24
Tomato

Tomato, (Solanum lycopersicum), flowering plant of the nightshade family (Solanaceae), cultivated extensively for its edible fruits. Labelled as a vegetable for nutritional purposes, tomatoes are a good source of vitamin C and the phytochemical lycopene.


Feb-08-24
Tomato

Tomato, (Solanum lycopersicum), flowering plant of the nightshade family (Solanaceae), cultivated extensively for its edible fruits. Labelled as a vegetable for nutritional purposes, tomatoes are a good source of vitamin C and the phytochemical lycopene.


Feb-08-24
Lettuce

Lettuce is an annual plant of the family Asteraceae. It is most often grown as a leaf vegetable, but sometimes for its stem and seeds. Lettuce is most often used for salads, although it is also seen in other kinds of food, such as soups, sandwiches and wraps; it can also be grilled.


Green Coriander

Coriander, also known as cilantro or Chinese parsley, is a widely used spice native to the Mediterranean. Coriander plants are entirely edible, but their leaves and their seeds are most commonly used as herbs and spices.


Feb-08-24
Gram Flour

Gram flour or besan is a pulse flour made from a variety of ground chickpea called Bengal gram or kaala chana. It is a staple ingredient in the cuisine of the Indian subcontinent, including in Indian, Bangladeshi, Burmese, Nepali, Pakistani, Sri Lankan and Caribbean cuisines.


Feb-08-24
Grapes

Grapes are a type of fruit that grow in clusters of 15 to 300, and can be crimson, black, dark blue, yellow, green, orange, and pink. â??Whiteâ?? grapes are actually green in color, and are evolutionarily derived from the purple grape.


Green Cardamom

Green Cardamom


Feb-08-24
Guava

Guava, (Psidium guajava), small tropical tree or shrub of the family Myrtaceae, cultivated for its edible fruits. Guava trees are native to tropical America and are grown in tropical and subtropical areas worldwide. Guava fruits are processed into jams, jellies, and preserves and are common pastry fillings.


Feb-08-24
Hazelnuts

Hazelnuts are considered one of the best dry fruits. They are derived from Corylus tree and have various nutrients like vitamins, proteins, fats, and minerals. You can dry roast them or make a paste out of them. You can even mix hazelnut powder in your coffee and enjoy its unique flavor and aroma. Hazelnuts are often added to chocolates. Hazelnuts are good for heart health and even promote healthy bowel movements.


Feb-08-24
Peas (Frozen)

The pea is most commonly the small spherical seed or the seed-pod of the flowering plant species Pisum sativum. Each pod contains several peas, which can be green or yellow. Botanically, pea pods are fruit,[2] since they contain seeds and develop from the ovary of a (pea) flower. The name is also used to describe other edible seeds from the Fabaceae such as the pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan), the cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), and the seeds from several species of Lathyrus.


Sona Masoori Rice

Sona Masuri (IET No. 7244, BPT 3291, also spelled as Sona Masoori or Sona Mahsuri) is a lightweight and aromatic medium-grain rice which is the result of a cross combination of the rice varieties Sona and Mahsuri.


Feb-08-24
Jasmine Rice

Jasmine rice, also known as Thai fragrant rice, is an aromatic â??long-grainâ?? rice where each grain is about four times as long as it is wide. Jasmine rice comes in a variety of colors. White jasmine rice, in particular, is largely processed and has more nutritional similarities to white rice than to brown jasmine rice.


Feb-08-24
Kiwi

kiwi, (Actinidia deliciosa), also called kiwifruit or Chinese gooseberry, woody vine and edible fruit of the family Actinidiaceae. The plant is native to mainland China and Taiwan and is also grown commercially in New Zealand and California. The fruit has a slightly acid taste and can be eaten raw or cooked.


Feb-07-24
Masoor Dal

Masoor Dal


Feb-08-24
Brown Lentils

Brown lentils are the most common variety any bag in the grocery store that says lentils without any other descriptor is most likely full of brown lentils This variety can range in color from khaki brown to dark black and has a mild earthy flavor


Feb-08-24
Green Lentils

Green lentils are extremely similar to brown lentils, but they have a more robust and slightly peppery flavor and come in a range of sizes. Green lentils can vary in color from a pale or spotted green to a green-slate color with hints of blue and black.


Red And Yellow Lentils

They are also the only variety sold split meaning they processed into smaller lentil bits These somewhat sweet and nutty lentils are very common in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine and are the key to classic dishes such as Indian dhal


Feb-04-24
Maize

Maize


Feb-08-24
Mango

Mango, (Mangifera indica), member of the cashew family (Anacardiaceae) and one of the most important and widely cultivated fruits of the tropical world. The mango tree is considered indigenous to southern Asia, especially Myanmar and Assam state of India, and numerous cultivars have been developed.


Feb-08-24
Green Millet

Green Millet


Pearl Millet (Bajra)

Millets are a group a small, round whole grains grown in India, Nigeria, and other Asian and African countries. Considered an ancient grain, they are used both for human consumption and livestock and bird feed (4, 5 ). They have multiple advantages over other crops, including drought and pest resistance.


Feb-08-24
Mustard Oil

Pure mustard oil and mustard essential oil


Black Mustard Seeds

Black mustard (Brassica nigra) is a plant native to Africa, Asia, and Europe.


Yellow Mustard Seeds

Yellow mustard comes from the seeds of the white mustard plant, Sinapis alba. While it is in the Brassicaceae family, it is not as closely related to the other two types of mustard as they are to each other. The white mustard plant bears light tan seeds that are a little larger than brown mustard seeds.


Feb-08-24
Pasta

Pasta


Feb-08-24
Macaroni

Macaroni is dry pasta shaped like narrow tubes. Made with durum wheat, macaroni is commonly cut in short lengths; curved macaroni may be referred to as elbow macaroni.


Nutmeg And Mace

While nutmeg is a shelled dried seed of a plant, mace is a dried netlike covering of the shell of the seed. While nutmeg has a distinctive pungent fragrance and a warm slightly sweet taste, mace has a more delicate flavour and gives a saffron-like hue to dishes. Both are used as a condiment for sweet products such as baked items, custards, puddings, jellies, etc.


Feb-04-24
Oats

Oats


Feb-08-24
Olive Oil

Regardless of the type, olive oil is high in monounsaturated fatty acids, containing about 75% by volume. When substituted for saturated fat, monounsaturated fats help lower your â??badâ?? LDL cholesterol. The health benefits of olive oil have been attributed to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.


Feb-08-24
Orange

An orange is a fruit of various citrus species in the family Rutaceae (see list of plants known as orange); it primarily refers to Citrus sinensis, which is also called sweet orange, to distinguish it from the related Citrus aurantium, referred to as bitter orange.


Feb-08-24
Oregano

Oregano


Feb-08-24
Arbi

Arbi belongs to the family Araceae the same family as money plant and anthurium Its large heartshaped leaves also make it a favorite ornamental garden plant While the corms are consumed more commonly the leaf stalks are used in West Bengal and Kerala as vegetable


Feb-04-24
Palm Oil

Palm Oil


Feb-08-24
Peanut Oil

Peanut oil, also known as groundnut oil or arachis oil, is a vegetable oil derived from peanuts. The oil usually has a mild or neutral flavor but, if made with roasted peanuts, has a stronger peanut flavor and aroma.


Feb-08-24
Pears

Pears, (genus Pyrus), genus of some 20â??45 trees and shrubs in the rose family (Rosaceae), including the common pear (Pyrus communis). One of the most important fruit trees in the world, the common pear is cultivated in all temperate-zone countries of both hemispheres. The fruit is commonly eaten fresh or is canned.


Feb-07-24
Cow Peas

Cow Peas


Feb-07-24
Pepper

Black pepper has a distinct and undeniable earthiness flavour that is woody, piney and sharp all at the same time. It has a unique pungent taste as well. There is black and white pepper. While the former is made out of green berries, the latter is allowed to ripen fully.


Feb-08-24
White Pepper

White pepper retains the full pungency of black pepper, it tastes different due to partial loss of aroma. White pepper is used in white sauces, pasta, salads, seafood dishes, etc.


Feb-08-24
Pineapple

Pineapple is native to tropical and subtropical America and has been introduced elsewhere. The fruit has become a characteristic ingredient in the meat, vegetable, fish, and rice dishes of what is loosely termed Pan-Asian cuisine. The fruit is eaten fresh where available and in canned form worldwide.


Feb-08-24
Pistachio

The pistachio (Pistacia vera), a member of the cashew family, is a small tree originating from an area that includes Afghanistan, Central Asia, and Iran. The tree produces seeds that are widely consumed as food.


Feb-11-24
Betel Leaves

The betel, Piper betle, is a species of flowering plant in the pepper family Piperaceae, native to Southeast Asia. It is an evergreen, dioecious vine, with glossy heart-shaped leaves and white catkins. Betel plants are cultivated for their leaves which are most commonly used as flavoring in chewing areca nut.


Feb-08-24
Pomegranate

Pomegranates contain compounds called ellagitannins, which act as antioxidants and reduce inflammation in the body. As such, they also offer protective benefits for your brain against conditions that are influenced by inflammation and oxidative stress.


Feb-09-24
White Eggs

Protein helps your body build strong muscles and maintain muscle mass as you age. Heart-healthy. While egg yolks are fine in moderation, if you are already at risk for heart disease or stroke, your doctor may recommend a heart-healthy diet. With no cholesterol, egg whites are a great addition.


Feb-09-24
Brown Eggs

Brown eggs are hatched by chickens of darker colour while white eggs are laid by the white coloured breed. Additionally, brown eggs are often sold as organic and priced higher than white eggs because they are bred in a more hygienic environment and fed healthier food.


Feb-04-24
Urad Dal

Urad Dal


Feb-07-24
Tuver Dal

Tuver Dal


Feb-08-24
Moong Dal

Moong Dal


Feb-04-24
Chana Dal

Chana dal


Whole Masoor Dal

Masoor dal (Lens culinaris), also called red lentil, is a staple food in every Indian household. It is widely cultivated in warm, tropical and temperate zones for its edible and nutritious seeds. In addition, it is an important source of protein for the vegetarian population in developing countries.


Split Masoor Dal

The Masoor Dal lentils can be split or whole, and both types are used in Indian cuisine. The split and husked red lentils are called Dhuli Masoor Dal in Hindi. Split and husked lentils have an orange-pink color. However, the whole Masoor Dal with the husks have a dark brown color and thus called Brown Lentils.


Whole Black Urad Dal

Urad dal is a good source of proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, iron, and calcium. In addition, whole urad has dietary fibre, whereas urad dal (split urad) does not contain fibre. Among the phytochemicals, prominent phytochemicals present in urad dal are flavonoids and phenolic compounds.


Split Black Urad Dal

Urad dal is also known as Split black lentils and Black gram dal. Split urad dal retains the skin and also has a strong flavour. Skinned and split urad dal is creamy white and somewhat bland. When boiled, the dal has an unusual mucilaginous texture.


Feb-08-24
Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are rich in vitamins and minerals like manganese and vitamin K, both of which are important in helping wounds heal.


Feb-08-24
Raisins

Raisins are dried grapes. The drying process concentrates both the nutrients and sugars present in grapes, making raisins nutrient-dense and calorie-dense.


Feb-08-24
Red Chilli

Red Chilli


Feb-08-24
Rice

Rice


Feb-04-24
Rosemary

Rosemary is something of a lone wolf, as its intensely resinous and bitter flavor does not go with many other herbs and spices. Combining rosemary with garlic, lemon zest, thyme or sea salt brings out the full flavor of its leaves. The pine-like flavor of rosemary also pairs perfectly with pine nuts, olive oil and red wine.


Feb-08-24
Saffron

Saffron (Kesar) is the most expensive spice and it is a colour too. Saffron has a very subtle flavour and aroma. It is used as a culinary seasoning for chicken and meat, biriyani, pulao, etc. It adds taste, colour, and aroma to Indian sweets like Rasmalai, Kesar Pista etc. and flavours kheer, badam milk, saffron milk, etc.


Feb-08-24
Star Anise

Star Anise is famed for its strong and distinct flavour. As goes its name, this star-shaped, reddish-brown pod consists of 6-8 carpels arranged in a coil. The carpel is 10 mm, boat-shaped and hard and wrinkled containing a seed. It is used as a condiment to flavour curries, confectionaries.


Semi Husked Coconut

These are fully matured coconuts but while dehusking the husk is left intact over the eyes of the coconut This is a sensitive area and by protecting it we can increase the shelf life of the coconut as the area susceptible to decay is protected


Feb-08-24
Sesame Seed

Sesame Seed


Feb-08-24
White Sorghum

White Sorghum


Feb-08-24
Soybean Oil

Melon, (Cucumis melo), trailing vine in the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), grown for its often musky-scented edible fruit. The melon plant is native to central Asia, and its many cultivated varieties are widely grown in warm regions around the world.


ICUMSA 45 Sugar

ICUMSA 45 Sugar (Brazilian)


Feb-08-24
S30 Sugar

S30 Sugar (Indian)


Feb-04-24
Sunflower Oil

Sunflower Oil


Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower seeds are rich in oleic and linoleic acid and low in saturated fats and sodium. They also contain magnesium, potassium and fibre. They help to lower blood pressure and serum cholesterol levels.


Feb-08-24
Tapioca

Tapioca is a starch extracted from cassava root. It consists of almost pure carbs and contains very little protein, fiber, or other nutrients. Tapioca has recently become popular as a gluten-free alternative to wheat and other grains.


Turmeric Stick

Turmeric Stick


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Vegetable Oil

Vegetable oil is composed of active ingredients, including the family of fatty acids and vitamin, Omega 3 and 6 (essential fatty acids) and omega 9 are parts of the fatty acids.


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Walnuts

Walnuts are rich in heart-healthy fats and high in antioxidants. Whats more, regularly eating walnuts may improve brain health and reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer. These nuts are easily incorporated into your diet, as they can be eaten on their own or added to many different foods.


Feb-08-24
Wheat

Whole wheat flour is rich in vitamins, fibres, magnesium, zinc and proteins. The whole wheat has a high content of zinc. It is also a rich source of Vitamin B. It contains a good amount of minerals such as zinc, iron, magnesium, and manganese.


Wheat Bran (Chokar)

Wheat Bran (Chokar)


 
 
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