Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Dry Apricot has several nutrients and is considered good for digestive system. We are a trusted name as Dry Apricot Importer, Exporter and Supplier in Maharashtra, India. We import the best quality Dry Apricots from various countries and finely sort out them using advanced mechanism. Buyers place bulk orders for purchasing Dry Apricot from us. Apricot (Jardaloo): Origin - Afghanistan. The apricot is a stone fruit and has nut within it. It is round and oblong in shape, flattened to some extent. We pick them when they are fully ripe, resulting in a natural, sweet flavor, and a wonderful aroma when dried. They are very moist and delicious. The natural benefits of apricot are : Dried apricots are especially rich in carotenes, which are the natural yellow pigments that the body uses to make Vitamin A. Apricots also provide potassium, iron, calcium, silicon, phosphorus, and Vitamin C. The copper and cobalt in apricots is beneficial in treating anemia, but should be used cautiously during pregnancy and in cases of diarrhea. Dried fruit is more expensive because it takes five pounds of fresh apricots to produces only one pound of dried; and, since drying removes only the water, the nutrient qualities remain relatively the same. Ounce for ounce, dried apricots, compared to the fresh, have twelve times the iron, seven times the fiber, and five times the Vitamin A. The fresh and dried apricot is a main food staple of a tiny Hunza principality in the Himalayas, who are known for their extreme longevity, excellent health, and an almost exclusive vegetarian diet. The apricot in its fresh form is used as a dessert fruit. It is, however, generally used in its dried form. The heat renders it easier to digest. The nut of the apricot is extensively used in confectionery. Apricots have an alkaline reaction in the system. They aid in digestion, if consumed before meal. The fruit is highly valued as a gentle laxative and is beneficial in the treatment of constipation. This is due to its cellulose and pectin contents. Patients suffering from chronic constipation can greatly benefit by regular use of Apricots generally 6 to 8 apricots used per day will produce the desired results. The apricot is an excellent food remedy for anaemia on account of its high content of iron. Fresh juice of apricots, mixed with glucose or honey, is a very cooling drink during fevers. It quenches the thirst and eliminates the waste products from the body. It tones up the eyes, stomach, liver, heart and nerves by supplying vitamins and minerals.
Dry Figs are considered as powerhouse of calcium, fiber and several other nutrients. We are a preeminent Dry Figs Importer, Exporter and Supplier in Maharashtra, India. The Dry Figs, offered by us, are hygienically processed under strict quality control. As well, the packaging of Dry Figs is done with utmost consideration to hygiene. Dried Fig (Anjeer): Origin - Afghanistan Owing to its containing much calcium compares to milk, its being recommended to treat developmental diseases such as ill-formed bones, being a source of pectin materials, it has benefits such as dicharge of toxic materials from bowels, in abatement of cholestrol level, in prevention of speedy raising of blood sugar in diabetes. The Nutritional Value Of Figs Figs are cholesterol free and high in amino acids, minerals, and sugar. The fig is useful for preventing high cholesterol and uric acid. It increases sweat and reduces thirst and also prevents bad breath. 100 grams of dried figs contains about 250-300 calories and is comprised of approximately 70% carbohydrates, 4% protein, and 3% fat. Nutrition Figs are high in natural and simple sugars, minerals and fiber. They contain good levels of potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, copper and manganese. Dried figs contain an impressive 250mg of calcium per 100g, compared to whole milk with only 118mg. Tips For Incorporating Figs In Your Diet Eat dried figs as a healthy energy snack. For extra flavour and nutrients, stuff them with nuts and a little honey. Add figs to baked goods such as muffins, cakes and muesli bars. Add dried or fresh figs to porridge, oatmeal or breakfast cereals. Stew dried figs in fruit juice with other dried fruits to make a delicious fruit salad. Sprinkle with cinnamon and nutmeg before serving. Poach figs in red or fruit juice and serve with Greek yogurt or crÃ¨me fraiche. Add quartered fresh figs to a salad of fennel, rocket and parmesan cheese. Make fig butter by boiling dried figs in fruit juice until soft. When all the liquid has been absorbed, place the mixture in a food processor and blend until smooth. Use to spread on rice cakes, toast or crackers.
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