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We offer a complete product range of Ginger, Potatoes, Cauliflower, Cabbage and Lettuce

Ginger

Ginger  refers to the underground bulb belonging to the plant. Its flesh can be white, yellow or even red and is covered by a thick brownish skin. It has been used for centuries as a condiment in many Asian cultures, imparting a tangy and pungent taste to food. The mature root is dried and powdered and used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments. Studies have shown that dried ginger possesses many therapeutic properties. It has a potent antioxidant effect as well as an anti-inflammatory effect.   Nutritional Information and Properties of  Dried Ginger, Ginger has high mineral content, being a good source of potassium, magnesium, copper, manganese and vitamin B6. They also contain certain compounds like gingerols, shogaols and zingerone, volatile oils that give it its characteristic odor and flavor. These oils have been known to increase gastrointestinal tract motility in laboratory animals and also have antibacterial, antipyretic, analgesic and sedative properties. Studies have also shown that gingerols can kill ovarian cancer cells. When ginger is dried or cooked, shogaols and zingerone are produced from the gingerols, which give it its pungent taste.Health Benefits and Therapeutic Uses of Dried Ginger Dried ginger has been used in traditional medicine to relieve gastrointestinal distress. It is known to be effective in eliminating gas in the intestines as well as acts in a way to help in the relaxation of the tract. Recent studies have also shown that ginger also is very beneficial in the prevention of the symptoms related to motion sickness, being even more effective than other medications purchased from medical stores. It reduces symptoms closely related to motion sickness which includes nausea and cold sweats, dizziness and vomiting. This action has proven very beneficial in treating ‘morning sickness’ in pregnant women. Unlike anti-emetic drugs which may cause birth defects, the use of ginger is considered very safe and the dosage too needs to be very small. Gingerols in dried ginger have very powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Clinical studies have shown that many people suffering from osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis experienced decrease in their level of pain after consuming ginger regularly. They also experience improved joint mobility in affected areas. A recent study over a twelve month period found that in cases of arthritis of the knee, people who consumed ginger also experienced significantly lesser pain than the others on movement. A measurement of the knee circumference showed a decrease of almost 10% by the twelfth week due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Gingerols may also prevent the growth and spread of colorectal cancer cells. Experiments have shown that they may also kill ovarian cancer cells by inducing apoptosis (programmed cell death) and auto phagocytosis (self-digestion). Ginger can promote sweating which can help lower body temperature, helpful when treating colds and flus. This process also helps the body get rid of toxins. It has such a rich concentration of active compounds that very little is required to receive its beneficial effects. Ginger tea can be made by adding a pinch of dried ginger to a cup of boiling water. This will help treat digestive disorders. Alternatively, the powder can be added to a cup of tea to make it more palatable.

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Potatoes

Potatoes  are America’s most used and favorite vegetable. They can be boiled, baked, fried, and micro waved, steamed, roasted, mashed, and placed in salads, with or without the peel. Potatoes are a perennial plant, and the fourth largest crop grown. Potatoes have a high water content as well as starch. The potato originated in South America, spanning back to the early 1400’s. There are 200 types of wild potatoes species, and potatoes are often used as feed for animals on farms. The first potato planted by Luther Burbank was in Idaho in 1836. Potatoes are grown commercially in at least 35 states in the USA, the majority of them being grown in Idaho and other places such as Washington, Michigan, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Colorado, and Oregon. The common types of potatoes available in North America are russet Burbank, yellow fin, red gold, German butterball, Yukon gold.

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Cauliflower

Cauliflower  is a member of the cruciferous family of vegetables, often overshadowed by its green cousin broccoli. This is one vegetable that deserves a regular rotation in your diet, however, as it contains an impressive array of nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other phytochemicals.Adding to cauliflower’s appeal is its extreme versatility. You can eat it raw, add it to salads, or use it in your cooking. Cauliflower can even be seasoned and mashed for a healthier version of “mashed potatoes.”8 Top Health Benefits of Cauliflower Fight Cancer, Boost Heart Health, It’s Anti-Inflammatory, It’s Rich in Vitamins and Minerals, Boost Your Brain Health, Detoxification Support, Digestive Benefits, Antioxidants and Phytonutrients Galore.

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Cabbage

Cabbage  structurally consists of clusters of stiff leaves superimposed one over the other in compact layers, allowing it a round or globular shape. Several varieties are cultivated worldwide including green, purple, red, and savoy (loose-wrinkled leaves).   Fresh, dark green-leafy cabbage is incredibly nutritious; but very low in fat and calories. 100 g of leaves provide just 25 calories. The vegetable is a storehouse of phyto-chemicals like  thiocyanates, indole-3-carbinol, lutein, zea-xanthin, sulforaphane, and isothiocyanates. Fresh cabbage is an excellent source of natural antioxidant,  vitamin C . It is also rich in essential vitamins such as pantothenic acid (vitamin B-5), pyridoxine (vitamin B-6) and thiamin (vitamin B-1). It also contains a adequate amount of minerals like potassium, manganese, iron, and magnesium. Cabbage is a very good source of  vitamin K , provides about 63% of RDA levels.

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Lettuce

The words  lettuce  and salad are practically interchangeable since most salads are made predominantly with the green crispy leaves of lettuce. Most varieties of lettuce exude small amounts of a white, milky liquid when their leaves are broken. This ‘milk’ gives lettuce its slightly bitter flavor and its scientific name, Lactuca sativa since Lactuca is derived from the Latin word for milk.Health Benefits of Lettuce   All lettuce is a good source of chlorophyll and vitamin K. Lettuce is very good for dieters because it is very low in calories. Lettuce is a good source of Iron which is the most active element in the body therefore it must be replenished frequently to meet any sudden demand of the body such as the rapid formation of red blood corpuscles in heavy loss of blood. Lettuce magnesium content has exceptional vitalizing powers especially in the muscular tissues, the brain and the nerves. The juice of lettuce combined with carrot and spinach juice is very helpful for maintaining the normal color of the hair. Lettuce is beneficial in the treatment of insomnia as it contains a sleep inducing substance. Lettuce may also help treat the following problems; acid indigestion, anemia, arthritis, catarrh, circulatory problems, colitis, constipation, cough, diabetes, gastritis, gout, insomnia, irritable bowel, obesity, sexual addiction, stress, tuberculosis, ulcers and urinary tract diseases.

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Green Peas

We don’t usually think about  green peas  as an exotic food in terms of nutrient composition—but we should. Because of their sweet taste and starchy texture, we know that green peas must contain some sugar and starch (and they do). But they also contain a unique assortment of health-protective phytonutrients. One of these phytonutrients—a polyphenol called coumestrol–has recently come to the forefront of research with respect to stomach cancer protection. A Mexico City-based study has shown that daily consumption of green peas along with other legumes lowers risk of stomach cancer (gastric cancer), especially when daily coumestrol intake from these legumes is approximately 2 milligrams or higher. Since one cup of green peas contains at least 10 milligrams of coumestrol, it’s not difficult for us to obtain this remarkable health benefit.

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Leeks

Delicate, sweet flavored  leeks  are cylindrical leafy stalks, obtained from the onion-family plant, in the  Allium genus. They are biennial, tall, slender herbs with long cylindrical stem composed of concentric layers of overlapping leaves. They are commonly employed as vegetables in many parts of Europe, America, and Asia.Botanically, they belong to the  Alliaceae  family of bulbous plants, in the genus:  Allium . However, unlike their fellow allium members such as onion, shallots, garlic…etc., they do not form underground bulbs.Scientific name:  Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum.

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Drumstick

The botanical name for  Drumstick  tree is “Moringa Oleifera”and it is the single genus in the family “Moringaceae”The Other name for drumstick tree is”horseradish”.The word “Moringa” is derived from the Tamil word “Murungai”. It is thought to have been originated from Northwest India. Drumsticks are enjoyed by including them in curries, sauces, soups or pickles. It is known to be beneficial for the human health in many ways.Check out some amazing health benefits of drumsticks-   It is a rich source of highly digestive proteins, calcium, iron, Vitamin C, and carotenoids. Drumstick soup helps to control any kind of chest congestion, coughs and sore throats. Juice extracted from drum stick leaves, when mixed with milk and offered to children will greatly helps to strengthen their bones as it is said to be a great source of Calcium. Drumstick leaves juice gives a good glow to your skin and face also drumstick is said to be a great blood purifier. Drumstick leaves are used to treat many problems such as the wheezing of asthma, bronchitis, and tuberculosis. Soup made with drumstick leaves and flowers are highly beneficial in preventing infections such as throat, chest and skin. Drumstick-leaf juice is also very beneficial for pregnant women as it can help them to overcome sluggishness of the uterus, ease delivery, and reduce post-delivery complications. Inhaling steam of water in which drumsticks have been boiled helps to control asthma and other lung problems. Because of the high calcium, iron, and vitamins, drumstick leaves can be used as a wonderful tonic for infants, growing kids and teens to promote strong and healthy bones. Pregnant women should often eat drumsticks as it helps to ease any kind of pre and post-delivery complication.

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Brinjal

  Brinjal , is a very low calorie vegetable and has healthy nutrition profile; good news for weight watchers! The veggie is popularly known as  aubergine  in the western world.Botanically, aubergine belongs to  Solanaceae family and named as  Solanum melongena . This perennial plant is native to Indian subcontinent and now grown in many tropical and semitropical regions.Several varieties of aubergines are grown all around the world. Depending on the cultivar type, they vary greatly in size, shape, and color. Generally, aubergines fall into two broad categories, either oval shaped, or thin and elongated.The plant reaches about 3-4 feet tall in quick time and bears many bright fruits. Each fruit has smooth, glossy skin. Internally, it features off-white color pulp with numerous centrally arranged small, soft seeds. Fruits are generally harvested when they reach maturity but just short of full stage ripeness.Health benefits of Eggplant (aubergine)   Eggplant is very low in calories and fats but rich in soluble fiber content. 100 g provides just 24 calories but contributes about 9% of RDA (recommended daily allowance) of fiber. Research studies conducted at the Institute of Biology of  São Paulo State University; Brazil  suggested that eggplant is effective to control high blood cholesterol. The peel or skin (deep blue/purple varieties) of aubergine has significant amounts of phenolic flavonoid phyto-chemicals called  anthocyanins.  Scientific studies have shown that these anti-oxidants have potential health effects against cancer, aging, inflammation, and neurological diseases. Total antioxidant strength measured in terms of  oxygen radical absorbance capacity  (ORAC) of aubergines is 993 µmol TE/100 g. At value 15; they are one of the  low glycemic index  (GI) vegetables. It contains good amounts of many essential B-complex groups of vitamins such as pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), pyridoxine (vitamin B6) and thiamin (vitamin B1), niacin (B3). These vitamins are essential in the sense that body requires them from external sources to replenish and required for fat, protein and carbohydrate metabolism. Further, this vegetable is an also good source of minerals like manganese, copper, iron and potassium. Manganese is used as a co-factor for the antioxidant enzyme,   superoxide dismutase.  Potassium is an important intracellular electrolyte that helps counter pressing (hypertension) effects of sodium.

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Okra

Okra , also known as  “lady finger” , is one of the popular nutritious vegetables of North-Eastern Africa origin. They usually gathered while the pods are green, tender, and at immature stage. The plant is cultivated throughout the tropical and warm temperate regions around the world for their fibrous fruits or “pods.” It grows best in well-drained and manure rich soil.Botanically, okra is a perennial flowering plant belongs to the Malvaceae  (mallows)  family, and named scientifically as  Abelmoschus esculentus .Health benefits of Okra   The pods are among the very low calorie vegetables. They provide just 30 calories per 100 g, besides containing no saturated fats or cholesterol. The pods are one of the rich sources of  mucilage  substance that help in smooth peristalsis of digested food through the gut and ease constipation condition. The pods contain healthy amounts of vitamin A, and flavonoid anti-oxidants such as  beta-carotene, xanthin and lutein . Fresh pods are the good source of folates; provide about 22% of RDA per 100 g. The gumbo pods are also an excellent source of anti-oxidant vitamin, vitamin-C, providing about 36% of daily-recommended levels. The veggies are rich in B-complex group of vitamins like niacin, vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), thiamin and pantothenic acid. The pods also contain good amounts of vitamin K. The pods are an also good source of many important minerals such as iron, calcium, manganese and magnesium.

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Ridge Gourd

Ridge gourd ( Sponge Gourd)  is called as Beerakai in Telugu, Peerkangai in Tamil and Torai in Hindi. Biologically ridge gourd is referred to as Luffa acutangula. It’s a ridged and dark green veggie with white pulp inside. These are extremely advantageous through the health perspectives. A few of the health benefits shows up below:   Ridge gourd is extremely rich in dietary fiber and enriched with all the vital elements that include Vit-C, Zinc, Iron, Riboflavin, Magnesium, Thiamin and traces of another minerals. It is low in saturated fat, cholesterol and calories that aids in weight loss. Ridge gourd contains good content of cellulose and high in water content that helps to relieve from constipation and healing piles. Ridge gourd contains insulin like Peptides and Alkaloids within the vegetable that helps to reduce the sugar levels in both the blood and urine. It is high in Beta-carotene which is good for enhancing eye sight. Ridge gourd acts effective in purifying blood. It boosts up and nourishes the liver health and protects the liver from alcohol intoxication. Ridge gourd juice is used to heal jaundice and to strengthen your immune system against any infection. It is good for skin care, as the blood purifying qualities in it ensures you to stay clear from pimples and acne. Ridge gourd helps to manage acidity as well as ulcers. It is well known as a cooling agent and aids in handling burning up experience with the urine.

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Snake Gourd

Snake Gourd  may not be a type of vegetable that is well-known around the world, but certain cultures have been utilizing this unique food variety for hundreds, and perhaps thousands, of years. They are native to Southeast Asia, including Myanmar, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and other neighboring countries, as well as some parts of Australia and Africa. It is a vine plant that climbs up a tree and then unfurls its flowers and fruits to hang down to the ground. Some of the largest specimens can grow up to five feet in length, which is why this gourd is often used to make the traditional Australian musical instrument, the didgeridoo.   The taste is bitter, but this often disappears when cooking, although once the vegetable is ripe, the bitterness is more difficult to eliminate. The leaves, tendrils, and other leafy parts of the plant are often used as vegetable greens, while the fleshy meat often replaces tomatoes in terms of culinary applications. It is strange in appearance, name, and taste, but its health benefits cannot be denied. Let’s take a closer look at what specifically makes snake gourds such an important dietary staple in so many cultures around the world. Some of the most important health benefits of snake gourd include its ability to improve the strength of the immune system, reduce fevers, detoxify the body, improve the digestive processes of the body, increase hydration in the body, treat diabetes, boost the strength and quality of the hair, and aid in weight loss.

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Pumpkin

Pumpkin  fruit is one of the widely grown vegetables that is incredibly rich in vital antioxidants, and vitamins. While this humble backyard vegetable is less in calories but contains vitamin A, and flavonoid poly-phenolic antioxidants such as leutin, xanthin, and carotenes in abundance.   Pumpkins vary greatly in shape, size and colors.  Giant pumpkins  generally weigh 4–6 kg with the largest capable of reaching a weight of over 25 kg.  Golden-nugget pumpkins  are flat, smaller in size and feature sweet creamy orange color flesh. Pumpkins, in general, feature orange or yellow color; however, some varieties exhibit dark to pale green, brown, white, red and gray. Their color is largely influenced by yellow-orange pigments in their skin and pulp. Its thick rind is smooth with light, vertical ribs. In structure, the fruit features golden-yellow to orange flesh depending up on the poly-phenolic pigments in it. The fruit has a hollow center, with numerous small, off-white colored seeds interspersed in a net like structure. Pumpkin seeds are a great source of protein, minerals, vitamins, and omega-3 fatty acids.  It is one of the very low calorie vegetables. 100 g fruit provides just 26 calories and contains no saturated fats or cholesterol; however, it is rich in dietary fiber, anti-oxidants, minerals, vitamins. Pumpkin is a storehouse of many anti-oxidant vitamins such as vitamin-A, vitamin-C and vitamin-E. It is also an excellent source of many natural poly-phenolic flavonoid compounds such as α, ß carotenes, cryptoxanthin, lutein and zea-xanthin. Carotenes convert into vitamin A inside the body. The fruit is a good source of B-complex group of vitamins like folates, niacin, vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), thiamin and pantothenic acid. It is also rich source of minerals like copper, calcium, potassium and phosphorus.

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Tomato

Tomatoes ! They’re sweet, juicy, and delicious. Everyone knows they are good for you, right? Uh, yeah, sure. Does everyone know specifically why tomatoes are a healthful food? Ummm… They have vitamin C? They’re low in calories? They’re fat-free? Yes, yes, and yes, but that’s not all!.Let’s look at what makes the tomato an excellent healthy choice.   One serving of red, ripe, raw tomatoes (one cup or 150 grams) is a good source of Vitamins A, C, K, folate and potassium. Tomatoes are naturally low in sodium, saturated fat, cholesterol, and calories. Tomatoes also provide thiamin, niacin, vitamin B6, magnesium, phosphorus and copper, all of which are necessary for good health. On top of that, one serving of tomatoes gives you 2 grams of fiber, which is 7% of the daily recommended amount. Tomatoes also have a relatively high water content, which makes them a filling food. In general eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, including tomatoes, confers protection against high blood pressure, high cholesterol, strokes, and heart disease.

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Fresh Vegetables

Our range of fresh fruits and vegetables are broccoli, ice berg, chineses cabbage, zuggini green, zuggini yellow, roman lettuce, indico lettuce, spring lettuce, endive lettucecurl lettuce, red occh, rocket lettuce, pock choie, sprouts, red cabbage, green cabbage, red and yellow pepper, cellary, sage, basil, asparagus, turnips, knol knol, red radish, white radish, chow chow, table radish, globa artichokes, ginger artichokes, snow peas, sweet peas, korean radish, korean leak, korean spring onion, koeran chilly, rubberb, lemon grass, water grass, avocado, times, rosemarry, oreganu, carrot without leaf, beetroot with leaf, aricot beans, carrot with leaf, beetroot without leaf, baby carrot, potatoes, baby potatoes, leak, spring onion, parcely curl, parcely flat, curry beans, bush beans, french beans, double beans, blue beans, butter beans, rajma, pomegranates, watermelon, muskmelon, grapes, guava, sapota, ber, aonla, orange and banana.

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