Why Mamra Badam is expensive?
Mamra badam are almonds that are identified by their small size and unusual concave shape.
Afghanistan and Iran are the places of origin.
They are grown in special regions, and traditional methods are used for harvesting these nuts.
Out of the whole almonds, Mamra badam constitute only about 4 to 5 %.
Amongst the various sorts of almonds available in the marketplace, Mamra badam is best for the brain.
Riboflavin, also known as vitamin B2 and valproate are the nutrients essential for the brain’s overall development.
Royals consume Mamra badams, and they are considered a symbol of good status; they have high-fat content still, they are considered the best quality.
The above reasons make them quite expensive.