Golden kiwi is usually a small fruit with a smooth skin compared to the green kiwi. The pulp is golden yellow and has a sweet taste. They are also much softer and mushy than green kiwis. Golden kiwi is very high in vitamin C, dietary fiber and minerals. It is good for heart health and also boosts your immunity. Storage tips:Store them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
Thai guavas are mildly sweet and crunchy. It has a bumpy to smooth green skin with white flesh and pale yellow seeds. They are usually eaten under ripe with salt or sugar and dried chilli. Thai guavas are an excellent source of nutrients like vitamin C, A, B2, antioxidants and minerals like potassium, calcium and iron. Storage tips:Store at room temperature.
A pear is a mild, sweet fruit with a fibrous center. It is among the healthiest fruits because of its high fiber content, antioxidants and vitamin C. It also has high water content, which acts as an antioxidant that flushes out toxins from the body. Another amazing factor about pear is that it's a sodium-free, fat-free, and cholesterol-free fruit. Storage tips:Store at room temperature to ripen or else store in the refrigerator.
Apple ber, also known as Indian Jujube, is a sweet, crispy and juicy fruit with a floral flavour. Along with having antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, it also contains vitamin C, thiamin, B-complex vitamins, riboflavin and pectin. Apple ber helps in weight loss, boosts immunity, keeps teeth, bones and muscle healthy, aids in digestion and has many other health benefits. Storage tips: Keep it in a bag/pouch and store in the refrigerator.
Kinnows are juicer and sweeter than regular oranges. It is a hybrid citrus fruit and is a variety of mandarin oranges. Kinnow oranges help in flushing out the toxins in the body, are great for the skin, promotes metabolism, cures acidity, boosts immunity, controls blood pressure and have anti-inflammatory properties. Storage Tips: Store in the refrigerator.
Plums have sweet juicy and tender flesh. Our imported plums contain various kinds of vitamins and antioxidants. They are also high in water content, natural glucose and are low in calories. It helps to boost digestion, improve eye vision, maintain skin health and boost immunity. Storage tips:Keep it in a pouch / bag and store in the refrigerator.
Red globe grapes are known for their bigger size compared to the other varieties of grapes. It is extremely delicious and sweet and also juicer than the green grapes. Organic red globe grapes have a lot of nutrients such as vitamin A, C, B6 and minerals like potassium, calcium, iron and phosphorus. Storage tips:Store in the refrigerator unwashed.
Raspberry has a sweet aroma and delicious taste. It is an antioxidant food that is a good source of vitamins B and C, folic acid, copper, iron and dietary fiber. Raspberries are generally used in sweet recipes like jams, jellies, desserts and baked goods, but can also be used in salads and savory dishes. Storage Tips: Store in the refrigerator.
Mulberries have a sweet and tarty flavour. It is generally eaten fresh but can also be used in syrups, jams, juices, ice-creams, sauces, fruit salads, puddings, shakes, etc. Mulberries are an excellent source of beta-carotene, iron, potassium, manganese, folic acid, vitamins A, C, K, and B-complex and antioxidants. Storage Tips: Store in the refrigerator.
Blackberries are soft and juicy with a sweet, slightly tart flavour. It is generally eaten fresh but can also be used for garnishing and to prepare syrups, jams, juices, etc. Blackberries are a good source of vitamins A and C, iron, calcium, dietary fiber, etc. They also have antioxidant, antibacterial, antiseptic and astringent properties. Storage Tips: Store in the refrigerator.
Tangerine is an orange-colored popular citrus fruit. It is generally known for having a strong and sweet flavor. It is sweeter than our regular oranges and less sour. Tangerines are rich in Vitamin C, which leads to having healthy skin and good eye health. It is also a good source of dietary fiber, which helps in losing weight. This fresh fruit is used in salads, desserts, baking, and drinks, and you can also use the peel for a lot of dishes. Storage Tips:It will store for up to two weeks at room temperature or in the fridge.
Grapefruits have a tart and somewhat bitter to sweet taste. It is rich in fiber, vitamin C and A. It has a lot of benefits including helping in weight loss, managing diabetes and reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Storage tips:Store at room temperature if consuming within a week or else store in the refrigerator.
Imported green apples are filled with nutrients like vitamin C, fibers and have high water content. Some consider green apples a healthier option than regular apples. Green apples help in growing healthy bacteria which help in breaking down the food and aids in digestion. Storage tips:Store in the refrigerator.
Valencia oranges are bigger and brighter than our regular oranges. These imported oranges are rich in vitamin C, antioxidants and fibers. Valencia oranges can be eaten as it is or can be used in making juices, cocktails and many more. Storage tips:Store in the refrigerator.
Green kiwi has greenish-brown fuzzy skin. The pulp is bright green and has a sweet tangy taste. It can be consumed fresh or as a juice, fruit salad, desserts, etc. Green kiwi is high in vitamin C, dietary fiber and minerals. It is good for heart health and also boosts your immunity. Storage tips:Store them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.