Dehydrated all fruits
Our dehydrated fruit collection includes an array of fruits including papaya, mango, pineapple, banana and jack fruit. These are organically grown in our estates and are harvested at the correct time and the water content is removed through drying methods to preserve for a longer period of time. Processed with no preservatives or artificial flavors, they preserve the natural taste of the fruits.
Health Benefits of Dehydrated all fruits
Jack Fruit Products
The Jack fruit tree (Art carpus hypertrophies) is well suited to tropical lowlands and its fruit is the largest tree —borne fruit, reaching as much as 35kg weight. A mature jack fruit tree can produce about 100 to 200 fruits in a year. The jack fruit is a multiple fruit. The jack fruit is a widely cultivated and popular food item throughout the tactical regions of the world.
Jack fruit has almost no cholesterol. It is rich in protein, carbohydrate, vitamin (A, C & E), Potassium.
Health Benefits of Jack Fruit
Canned and Glass jars Fruits
Canned and glass jar fruits refer to fruits that have been preserved and stored in either metal cans or glass jars to extend their shelf life. These preservation methods are used to keep fruits edible for longer periods, especially when they are not in season or to make them more convenient for consumption. Here’s a brief explanation of each:
1. Canned Fruits:
– Canned fruits are fruits that have been processed and sealed in airtight metal cans.
– The process typically involves peeling, slicing, or dicing the fruit and then either cooking it or adding a syrup or juice to preserve flavor and texture.
– Canned fruits are often used in cooking, baking, or as a convenient snack or side dish.
– Common examples of canned fruits include canned peaches, pears, pineapples, and mandarin oranges