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GRAPES


Sweet or lightly sour, white or black, grapes are usually welcomed as a sudden burst of natural sugars that explode in one's mouth. Beyond the taste, grapes or 'vitis vinifera' are natural antioxidants and a great source for resveratrol which protects people from environmental stress; and flavonoids with anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties.
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MANGOES


Known as the 'King of Fruits' in India, the mango is a tropical fleshy fruit which comes from the 'mangifera' family and a native to the Indian subcontinent and is the source from where it spread to the rest of the world. This golden fleshed fruit has a nice balance of sweetness, acidity and flavour, a soft pulpy texture matched with a warm fragrance. Mangoes are popular for their concentration of antioxidant vitamins A and C, along with a variety of phytochemicals and nutrients. A single mango can provide up to 40% of an individual's daily dietary fibre needs.
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POMEGRANATES


Pomegranates, 'punica granatum' or 'super fruit' are blood-red crystal seeds with a winey fruit juice have been popular for their taste. But discoveries in its health benefits have increased demand for the fruit, over the years. Pomegranate aril juice provides about 16% of an adult's daily vitamin C requirement per 100 ml serving.  The sweet varieties of the fruit give immediate relief to stomach ailments and also work well as a laxative.
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BANANA


Bananas are an important and economical fruit crop of many tropical and subtropical regions of India, and stem from a herbaceous plant known as 'Musa'. Bananas are an excellent source of vitamin B6, soluble fibre, and contain moderate amounts of vitamin C, manganese and potassium. Consumption of bananas is known to reduce risk of colorectal cancer, breast cancer and renal cell carcinoma. It is also known to reduce heartburn, stroke, and help counter stress and insomnia.
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BIRD'S EYE CHILLIES


Whether red or green, Bird's Eye Chillies, 'Capsicum frutescens' or 'Thai chilli' have a rich colour with a healthy unblemished skin and packed with flavour. Due to a high degree of capsaicin, they exhibit a hot taste whether eaten raw or cooked; and form the major ingredient in curry powder.
Chillies are rich in proteins and vitamins like Thiamine, Riboflavin and Vitamin C.
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BITTER GOURD


Bitter gourd, also known as 'karela,' bitter melon or 'Momordica charantia' is a very nutritious vegetable with a good source of vitamin A and C, phosphorus, and iron. The fruits are generally 10 -20 cm long, tapering at the ends and covered with blunt tubercles. They are green when unripe turning to an orange yellow colour when ripe.
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BOTTLE GOURD


'Lagenaria siceraria' or bottle gourd, also popularly known as bottle squash, calabash gourd, 'Doodhi,' and 'Lauki.' It is a pale light green vegetable with smooth skin, white creamy flesh, and a delectably light nutty flavour. Bottle gourd is a low calorie vegetable with great health benefits. Being rich in nutrients and showing a high resistance against mildew, the quality of bottle gourd that Nature One supplies is perfect in taste and is free from decay.
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BABY AUBERGINES


Baby Aubergines, also known as 'eggplant,' or 'brinjal,' are dark purple skinned vegetables with a creamy flesh, and a non-tuberiferous species of 'solanum.' Rich in minerals and vitamins like A and C, baby aubergines are a stable vegetable and are high in nutritive values. The bitterness in the vegetable comes from the presence of 'glycoalkaloids.'
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BABY CORN


Baby corn or 'candle corn' is a young finger-like unfertilized cob of maize that is harvested early while the ears are very small and immature. It can be eaten raw or cooked. Baby corn is known for being rich in proteins, vitamins and iron; and is also one of the richest sources of phosphorus. Besides, since it is rich in fibrous protein and easy to digest, it is used extensively the preparation of baby foods.
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OKRA


Okra also known as 'Abelmoschus esculentus,' 'bhendi' or ladies finger is an important vegetable in tropical countries like India. Okra is available in India throughout the year making it the largest producer of the vegetable in the world. It is a fresh green vegetable with tapering ends and edible seeds. Cooking releases a slimy juice which often works as a thickening agent. The vegetable has gained popularity as it is a good source of vitamin A and folic acid, carbohydrates, phosphorus, magnesium and potassium.
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CURRY LEAVES


Curry leaves come from the 'Rutaceae' family and are popularly used in the Indian Subcontinent and parts of Asia. They are used in food to accentuate flavours through their distinct aroma, and are also used in ayurveda for their medicinal properties. Because of its antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti inflammatory properties, the plant leaves are used to cure indigestion and diarrhea, and also helps diabetics in reducing their blood sugar levels.
KNOW MORE

GRAPES


Sweet or lightly sour, white or black, grapes are usually welcomed as a sudden burst of natural sugars that explode in one's mouth. Beyond the taste, grapes or 'vitis vinifera' are natural antioxidants and a great source for resveratrol which protects people from environmental stress; and flavonoids with anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties. Table grapes have a lower sugar content than wine grapes.
KNOW MORE

MANGOES


Known as the 'King of Fruits' in India, the mango is a tropical fleshy fruit which comes from the 'mangifera' family and a native to the Indian subcontinent and is the source from where it spread to the rest of the world.

This golden fleshed fruit has a nice balance of sweetness, acidity and flavour, a soft pulpy texture matched with a warm fragrance. Mangoes are popular for their concentration of antioxidant vitamins A and C, along with a variety of phytochemicals and nutrients. A single mango can provide up to 40% of an individual's daily dietary fibre needs.
KNOW MORE

POMEGRANATES


Pomegranates, 'punica granatum' or 'super fruit' are blood-red crystal seeds with a winey fruit juice have been popular for their taste. But discoveries in its health benefits have increased demand for the fruit, over the years. Pomegranate aril juice provides about 16% of an adult's daily vitamin C requirement per 100 ml serving. Its ellagic acid works as an antioxidant and is responsible for reducing levels of bad cholesterol, and in effect, relaxing the pressure on blood vessels in our body, and working as a tonic for the heart. The sweet varieties of the fruit give immediate relief to stomach ailments and also work well as a laxative.
KNOW MORE

BANANA


Bananas are an important and economical fruit crop of many tropical and subtropical regions of India, and stem from a herbaceous plant known as 'Musa'.

Bananas are an excellent source of vitamin B6, soluble fibre, and contain moderate amounts of vitamin C, manganese and potassium. Consumption of bananas is known to reduce risk of colorectal cancer, breast cancer and renal cell carcinoma. It is also known to reduce heartburn, stroke, and help counter stress and insomnia.
KNOW MORE

VEGETABLES

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Suspendisse varius enim in eros elementum tristique. Duis cursus, mi quis viverra ornare,

BIRD'S EYE CHILLIES


Whether red or green, Bird's Eye Chillies, 'Capsicum frutescens' or 'Thai chilli' have a rich colour with a healthy unblemished skin and packed with flavour. Due to a high degree of capsaicin, they exhibit a hot taste whether eaten raw or cooked; and form the major ingredient in curry powder.

Chillies are rich in proteins and vitamins like Thiamine, Riboflavin and Vitamin C. Traditionally, they were used to ease arthritis and rheumatism, and also worked as a cure for dyspepsia, flatulence, and toothache.
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BITTER GOURD


Bitter gourd, also known as 'karela,' bitter melon or 'Momordica charantia' is a very nutritious vegetable with a good source of vitamin A and C, phosphorus, and iron. The fruits are generally 10 -20 cm long, tapering at the ends and covered with blunt tubercles. They are green when unripe turning to an orange yellow colour when ripe.

Bitter Gourd is popular for its therapeutic value especially for people suffering from diabetes. The vegetable is also rich in lutein, a crucial component of healthy skin, eyes, nerves and hair.
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BOTTLE GOURD


'Lagenaria siceraria' or bottle gourd, also popularly known as bottle squash, calabash gourd, 'Doodhi,' and 'Lauki.' It is a pale light green vegetable with smooth skin, white creamy flesh, and a delectably light nutty flavour. Bottle gourd is a low calorie vegetable with great health benefits. As a source rich in vitamins, iron and minerals, the vegetable works well with our digestive system.

Being rich in nutrients and showing a high resistance against mildew, the quality of bottle gourd that Nature One supplies is perfect in taste and is free from decay.
KNOW MORE

BABY AUBERGINES


Baby Aubergines, also known as 'eggplant,' or 'brinjal,' are dark purple skinned vegetables with a creamy flesh, and a non-tuberiferous species of 'solanum.'

Rich in minerals and vitamins like A and C, baby aubergines are a stable vegetable and are high in nutritive values. The bitterness in the vegetable comes from the presence of 'glycoalkaloids.'
KNOW MORE

BABY CORN


Baby corn or 'candle corn' is a young finger-like unfertilized cob of maize that is harvested early while the ears are very small and immature. It can be eaten raw or cooked.

Baby corn is known for being rich in proteins, vitamins and iron; and is also one of the richest sources of phosphorus. Besides, since it is rich in fibrous protein and easy to digest, it is used extensively the preparation of baby foods.
KNOW MORE

OKRA


Okra also known as 'Abelmoschus esculentus,' 'bhendi' or ladies finger is an important vegetable in tropical countries like India. Okra is available in India throughout the year making it the largest producer of the vegetable in the world.

It is a fresh green vegetable with tapering ends and edible seeds. Cooking releases a slimy juice which often works as a thickening agent. The vegetable has gained popularity as it is a good source of vitamin A and folic acid, carbohydrates, phosphorus, magnesium and potassium. It is good for people suffering from renal colic, lecorrhoea and general weakness.
KNOW MORE

CURRY LEAVES


Curry leaves come from the 'Rutaceae' family and are popularly used in the Indian Subcontinent and parts of Asia. They are used in food to accentuate flavours through their distinct aroma, and are also used in ayurveda for their medicinal properties.

Because of its antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti inflammatory properties, the plant leaves are used to cure indigestion and diarrhea, and also helps diabetics in reducing their blood sugar levels.
KNOW MORE