Fresh Gooseberry is known to provide good amount of calories and is rich in vitamin C & carbohydrates. It is used as a flavoring agent in the preparation of flavored water, soda, or milk, and is also added as an ingredient in fruit wines & teas. Gooseberry is also utilized in the formulation of hair oils as it is known to enhance their growth. It aids in the absorption of calcium, improves metabolic activity, and also treats menstrual cramps.
Bitter Berry is high in anthocyanins having astringent taste with dark colored skin. Also known as chokecherry, it belongs to the species of Prunus Virginiana. This berry can also be used to make jelly, jam, or syrup with high sugar content to suppress its bitter taste. It also finds its use in wine making industry. This berry is known to be rich in vitamin C, polyphenols, and carotenoids.
Fresh Coconut is widely used in the preparation of sweet dishes & chutney and is also eaten raw. It is comprised of a brown colored hard core with white meat in between. Vegetable oil received from coconut is most commonly utilized for frying purpose. It is known to be rich in dietary fibers, carbohydrates, vitamin C & E, potassium, & phosphorus. Coconut has anti-bacterial & antiviral properties that support immune health, protect kidney disease & bladder infection, and keeps hair & skin healthy.
Fresh Beetroot is known to be an excellent source of potassium, sodium, and carbohydrates. It is a taproot part of beet plant which belongs to the beta vulgaris species. Deep purple colored root is eaten as boiled, roasted or raw in salad. It also finds its use as natural red coloring agent for tomato paste, sauces, jellies, ice creams, & jams. Beetroot juice is known to increase hemoglobin count in blood, lowers blood pressure, and reduces the chances of stroke & heart disease.