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walnut with shell
Akhrot (Walnut) with shell from Rs. 300.00
AKHA AKHROT WALNUT WITH SHELL Walnut is locally recognized as Akhrot. Akha Akhrot (whole Walnut), whose meat is divided into two parts. It is a brain-shaped nut protected by a hard covering, and it has a brown hue and slight bitterness. It is suitable for vegans. Our product is entirely free from preservatives and contains a low amount of natural sugar. It is an entirely natural product and is gluten-free as well.  They are perfect for gifting your loved ones during various festivals, especially Diwali. It is known for boosting energy; hence they are ideal for consuming while observing fast.  NUTRIENTS (100 GRAMS)  They have a high content of fats followed by other crucial nutrients like folic acid, proteins, vitamins, carbohydrates, copper, vitamin E, etc.  Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Walnuts Calories 653.9 Glycemic Index 16   Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 2734 KJ (653 kcal) Total Fat   64 g 100% Saturated fat    7 g   29 % Polyunsaturated fat  45g 79%  Monounsaturated fat 7 g 14%  Cholesterol  0 mg 0% Sodium  1.9 mg 0% Potassium  438 mg 11.9% Total Carbohydrate  13.7 g 3.8% Dietary fiber    6.98 g 26% Sugar         2.43g   Protein  13 g 28% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 0.2 mg 0% beta-Carotene 14.07 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 8 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 0.39 mg 1% Riboflavin (B2) 0.11 mg 0% Niacin (B3) 14.2 mg 12% Pantothenic acid (B5) 1.7 mg 1% Vitamin B6 0.3 mg 7% Folate (B9) 94 μg 0% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 32.5 mg 12% Vitamin C 1.2 mg 1% Vitamin E 1.192 mg 1% Vitamin K 2.4 μg 0% Minerals Calcium   98 mg 22% Copper 1.26 mg 1% Iron 2.83 mg 11% Magnesium 154 mg 66% Manganese 3.82 mg 47% Phosphorus 243 mg 87% Potassium 445 mg 46% Selenium 4.6 mcg 4% Sodium 1.9 mg 0% Zinc 2.49 mg 1.8% Other Constituents Water 4.9 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database   ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical.   HOW TO USE  These nuts can be consumed by themselves without cooking or adding them to any other thing. They get along well with desserts, and they add a crunch and life to authentic Indian desserts like laddu, barfi, etc. They are a good companion of ice cream and chocolates as well. Akhrot(Walnut) during Pregnancy Akhrot contains Omega 3 fatty acids, which help lower oxidative stress in the brain. It also helps improve neurogenesis and brain signaling the creation of neurons in the brain. Eating akhrot during pregnancy is most helpful for the brain of the tender fetus. They are highly recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to the presence of vitamin B complex, which is suitable for the development of the fetus. Please consult your doctor before consuming.  HEALTH BENEFITS  Wrinkles and dryness in the skin caused by free radicals are taken care of by these nuts. It is also known to reduce the dark circles under the eyes. They are also known to increase fertility. The presence of melatonin hormone in them is known for inducing sleep. Hence, they are recommended to treat insomnia naturally. These high fiber nuts are good gut cleaners and also help to detoxify your body. Problems related to the digestive system as kept at bay by its consumption. Diseases caused due to inflammations are lowered. These nuts aid the absorption of calcium in bones, and they also increase sluggish metabolism. They are packed with nutrients that are crucial for growth and development.  The presence of healthy fats takes care of the calorie count, thus aiding in weight loss and also prevents unhealthy weight gain. Type 2 diabetes is prevented from happening by the consumption of these nuts. They fight carcinogenic cells and are recommended to consume in case of prostate or breast cancer. STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE Walnuts easily last up to half a year if stored in a place without moisture. If you have opened the packet, make sure to store it in an airtight container; otherwise, you will lose its crunchiness.
nutmeg powder
Nutmeg Powder (Jayphal Powder, Jaiphal Powder) Rs. 280.00
Nutmeg Powder (Jaiphal Powder) Nutmeg has a light brown hue and is an oval-shaped spice that is obtained from a nutmeg tree. It is covered in red lace known as mace. It has a mild taste and has a sweet tone to it, along with a strong aroma. It is cautiously dried in the sun for over a period of six to seven weeks. Vegans can utilize it as it is not an animal byproduct. The spice is available in two forms, a powered version and as a whole spice. Nutmeg is dried and roasted slightly before transforming it into powder. NUTRIENTS In one teaspoon of spice, various elements like phosphorous, copper, zinc, etc., are present along with different vitamins—other important elements like iron, magnesium, manganese are also present. Very low content of sugar, fat, and carbohydrates constitute up to twelve calories. Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Nutmeg Powder Calories 523.9 Glycemic Index 0   Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 515 KJ (123 kcal) Total Fat  34 g 53% Saturated fat   27 g 129% Polyunsaturated fat  0.9 g 3%  Monounsaturated fat 3.3 g 14%  Cholesterol  0 mg 0% Sodium  19 mg 0% Potassium  347 mg 11.5% Total Carbohydrate  47 g 18% Dietary fiber    20.8 g 86% Sugar     27.3 g   Protein  6.3 g 12.9% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 107 mg 1% beta-Carotene 27 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 0 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 0.29 mg 1% Riboflavin (B2) 0.01 mg 0% Niacin (B3) 1.2 mg 4.7% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0 mg 0% Vitamin B6 0.3 mg 7% Folate (B9) 0μg 0% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 8.5 mg 3% Vitamin C 3 mg 2% Vitamin E 0 mg 0% Vitamin K 0μg 0% Minerals Calcium 186 mg 34% Copper 1.021 mg 1% Iron 2.83 mg 6% Magnesium 184 mg 66% Manganese 2.829 mg 47% Phosphorus 213 mg 27% Potassium 354 mg 34% Selenium 0.6 mcg 0% Sodium 15 mg 0% Zinc 1.49 mg 1.8% Other Constituents Water 0.12 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database   ALLERGIC CONTENT Although allergy caused due to nutmeg has not been reported. It can be a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions from moderate to critical. Dogs and cats should be kept entirely away from it as they are very sensitive towards it. PREGNANCY Mothers expecting or are lactating should avoid its consumption as it may cause miscarriage or congenital disabilities in the baby. HOW TO USE Fresh nutmeg can be obtained by grating the seed, while users can also use the powered one. It is pretty versatile as it goes well with sweet beverages and spicy dishes. Added to various curries and rice dishes like biryani and pulao etc. It is also used to spice up coffee, tea, milk, and chocolate. You can also sprinkle a small amount of it on fruits or salads. While using it, be extra careful as the spice is toxic. If consumed excessively, it may be fatal. Do not consume it directly. Add it to some food. Would you please keep it away from children? HEALTH BENEFITS  Antioxidants present in it help protect against severe ailments like cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and liver diseases. Aging is also slowed down by its consumption. Dental products often contain nutmeg in them due to their antibacterial properties. The pathogens that cause bad breath are defeated by it.  The stimulating properties make it a good antidepressant. Quality sleep for long hours is obtained by consuming it in a small amount. STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE Nutmeg, either powdered or whole, can easily last up to half a year if refrigerated. If you have opened the sachet, then make certain that you store it in an airtight container.
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Nutmeg from Rs. 355.00
Whole NUTMEG Nutmeg has a light brown hue and is an oval-shaped spice that is obtained from a nutmeg tree. It is covered in red lace known as mace. It is cautiously dried in the sun for over a period of six to seven weeks. It has a mild taste and has a sweet tone to it, along with a strong aroma. It can be utilized by vegans as it is not an animal byproduct. The spice is available in two forms, a powered version and as a whole spice.   NUTRIENTS In one teaspoon of spice, various elements like phosphorous, copper, zinc, etc., are present along with different vitamins—other important elements like iron, magnesium, manganese are also present. Very low content of sugar, fat, and carbohydrates constitute up to twelve calories.  Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Nutmeg Calories 523.9 Glycemic Index 0   Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 515 KJ (123 kcal) Total Fat  34 g 53% Saturated fat   27 g 129% Polyunsaturated fat  0.9 g 3%  Monounsaturated fat 3.3 g 14%  Cholesterol  0 mg 0% Sodium  19 mg 0% Potassium  347 mg 11.5% Total Carbohydrate  47 g 18% Dietary fiber    20.8 g 86% Sugar     27.3 g   Protein  6.3 g 12.9% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 107 mg 1% beta-Carotene 27 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 0 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 0.29 mg 1% Riboflavin (B2) 0.01 mg 0% Niacin (B3) 1.2 mg 4.7% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0 mg 0% Vitamin B6 0.3 mg 7% Folate (B9) 0μg 0% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 8.5 mg 3% Vitamin C 3 mg 2% Vitamin E 0 mg 0% Vitamin K 0μg 0% Minerals Calcium 186 mg 34% Copper 1.021 mg 1% Iron 2.83 mg 6% Magnesium 184 mg 66% Manganese 2.829 mg 47% Phosphorus 213 mg 27% Potassium 354 mg 34% Selenium 0.6 mcg 0% Sodium 15 mg 0% Zinc 1.49 mg 1.8% Other Constituents Water 0.12 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database   ALLERGIC CONTENT  Although allergy caused due to nutmeg has not been reported. It can be a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical. Dogs and cats should be kept entirely away from it as they are very sensitive towards it.    PREGNANCY Mothers who are expecting or are lactating should avoid its consumption as it may cause miscarriage or congenital disabilities in the baby.    HOW TO USE  Fresh nutmeg can be obtained by grating the seed, while users can also use the powered one. It is pretty versatile as it goes well with sweet beverages and spicy dishes. It can be added to various curries and rice dishes like biryani and pulao etc. It is also used to spice up coffee, tea, milk, and chocolate. You can also sprinkle a small amount of it on fruits or salads.  While using it, be extra careful as the spice is toxic. If consumed excessively, it may be fatal. Do not consume it directly. Add it to some food. Please keep it away from children.    HEALTH BENEFITS  Dental products often contain nutmeg in them due to its antibacterial properties. The pathogens that cause bad breath are defeated by it.  The stimulating properties make it a good antidepressant. Quality sleep for long hours is obtained by consuming it in a small amount. Antioxidants present in it help to protect against severe ailments like cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and liver diseases. Aging is also slow down by its consumption.   STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE Nutmeg, either powdered or whole, can easily last up to half a year if refrigerated. If you have opened the sachet, then make certain that you store them in a container that is airtight.   
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Masala Cashew Nuts from Rs. 355.00
Masala Cashews | Spicy Cashew nut is one of the dry fruits. Masala cashew is an upgraded version of regular nuts. These nuts are seasoned using authentic Indian spices. The condiments make them even more mouthwatering. They are to be consumed by themselves without adding it to anything. They are suitable for vegans. It is free from sugar and all sorts of preservatives. It is an entirely natural product and is gluten-free as well.  They are perfect for gifting your loved ones during various festivals, especially Diwali. They are not recommended to be consumed while observing fast due to the presence of condiments.   NUTRIENTS (100 GRAMS) The major part of the cashew nuts consists of fat that is about 44g, later followed by carbohydrates (33g) and protein (18g). It also contains about 3g of fiber and 2g of other substances.  Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Masala Cashew Calories 557 Glycemic Index 24   Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 785 KJ (187 kcal) Total Fat  45 g 64% Saturated fat   9 g 39% Polyunsaturated fat  27.9 g 43%  Monounsaturated fat 29.3 g 45%  Cholesterol  0 mg 0% Sodium  14 mg 0% Potassium  667 mg 18.5% Total Carbohydrate  29.8 g 8.9% Dietary fiber    2.8 g 14.2% Sugar     5.93 g   Protein  16.5 g 31.9% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 0 mg 0% beta-Carotene 0 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 21 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 1.2 mg 5% Riboflavin (B2) 0.57 mg 1.2% Niacin (B3) 1.036 mg 4% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.89 mg 15% Vitamin B6 0.4 mg 8% Folate (B9) 26.2μg 7% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 6.5 mg 2.5% Vitamin C 0.2 mg 0% Vitamin E 5.1 mg 6% Vitamin K 650 μg 78% Minerals Calcium 36 mg 3.4% Copper 2.362 mg 2% Iron 6.83 mg 26% Magnesium 294 mg 76% Manganese 0.829 mg 27% Phosphorus 598 mg 57% Potassium 664 mg 64% Selenium 1.3 mcg 4.3% Sodium 11 mg 0% Zinc 5.49 mg 9.8% Other Constituents Water 2.72 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database   ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical.   PREGNANCY They are recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to various nutrients suitable for the baby's development. HEALTH BENEFITS Cashew nuts are packed with a lot of nutrition and goodness. In the metropolitan environment with its over-the-top contamination, our eyes face various ill effects. They contain 'Zea Xanthin,' a fantastic antioxidant, and our retina absorbs it readily. A defensive layer is formed by the antioxidant, which protects our eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays. It is also found that macular degeneration in the older generation is kept at bay by the regular consumption of these nuts.  Iron is vital for the formation of red blood cells in the body; the nuts contain an ample amount of iron, reducing the risk of Anemia. Iron is also required to produce certain hormones in the body.  They contain oils that enhance your skin due to the presence of selenium, zinc, and some antioxidants. The considerable amount of selenium present in it takes care of the free radicals known for causing cancer. Anti-diabetic properties are seen in cashew, which makes it ideal for people having diabetes. The monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats present in these nuts help fight bad cholesterol and thus, reduce the risk of having heart-related diseases.   They contain magnesium, which is good for the skin and known to relax heart muscles, thus reducing the chances of having high blood pressure. Consumption of these nuts keeps your stomach full, and they also aid in good metabolism.  STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE  Cashew nuts easily last up to half a year if stored in a place without moisture. If you have opened the packet, make sure to store them in an airtight container; otherwise, you will lose the cashew's crunchiness.

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