APPLE

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Apple

We provide a wide range of Apples with a good quality. Apples are so tasteful and rich in nutritional facts. That is why there is a say "An Apple a day keeps the doctor away" !!!

 

GRAPES

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Grapes

We are one of the leading supplier of Grapes in the country. We supply different varities of Grapes which are full in taste and nutrition.

MANGOES

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Mangoes

We are one of the leading supplier of the Mangoes and supply different varities of the Mangoes. Indian Mangoes are one of the best Mangoes. India Exports lots of Mangoes every year all over the world. Alphanso variety is the one one which is mostly accepted by the people and being mostly exported. Our Mangoes are from certitifed farms of the country. 

POMEGRANATE

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Pomegranate

Pomegranate juice contains higher levels of antioxidants than most other fruit juices. It also has three times more antioxidants than green tea. The antioxidants in pomegranate juice can help remove free radicals, protect cells from damage, and reduce inflammation.

PINEAPPLE

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Pineapple

Pineapple, a delicious tropical fruit, has been celebrated for centuries not only for its unique taste but also for its miraculous health benefits. The health and medicinal benefits of pineapple include boosting the immune system, and respiratory health, aiding digestion, strengthening bones, reducing inflammation, curing coughs and colds, and weight loss.

WATERMELON

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Watermelon

Drinking water is an important way to keep your body hydrated. However, eating foods that have high water content can also help. Interestingly, watermelon is 92% water. High water content is one of the reasons that fruits and vegetables help you feel full. The combination of water and fibre means you're eating a good volume of food without a lot of calories.

BANANA

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Banana

An instant energy booster, banana is one fruit that is commonly available across the globe. In India, it is given much importance where various regional cuisines use it in making sinful desserts - kheer, malpua, halwa, payasam and sheera to name a few. The raw fruit too is not left behind. Cut into smaller chunks or thinly sliced using a mandolin, it gets used up in making wafers, subzis, kebabs, pakoras, and the famous curries of Kerala such as Avial and Kalan.

PAPAYA

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Papaya

The papaya is an incredibly healthy tropical fruit. It's loaded with antioxidants that can reduce inflammation, fight disease and help keep you looking young.

 

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