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Brazil Nuts – 250 Gms

 840

Hazel Nuts – 250 Gms

 305

Gojiberries Dried – 250 Gms

 380

Cranberries Dried – 250 Gms

 210

Blueberries Dried – 250 Gms

 480
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Sun Flower Seeds

 145

Flax Seeds – 400 Gms

 105

Chia Seeds – 400 GMS

 280

Pumpkin Seeds – 400 Gms

 260

Pecan Nuts – 250 Gms

 580

Macadamia – 250 Gms

 835

Dates ( Black) – 400 Gms

 195

Walnut Kernels – 250 Gms

 320

Raisins (Abjosh)-250 Gms

 220

Raisins (Golden)-250 Gms

 145

Raisins (Black) – 250 Gms

 160

Raisins (Indian Natal) – 250 Gms

 140

Apricot (Dried-Premium)-250 Gms

 280

Apricot (Turkish) – 250 Gms

 170

Figs – 250 Gms

 310

Pistachio (Salted) – 250 Gms

 375

Pistachio (Green) – 250 Gms

 470

Cashews Premium – 250 Gms

 230

Cashews Big – 250 Gms

 390

Almonds (Mamro) – 250 Gms

 990

Almonds Premium-250Gms

 225
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Gift Box – Big

 699
DryFruits gift box

Gift Box – Medium

 499
Dry Fruits gift boxes

Gift Box – Small

 329
almonds

About

Almonds

Almonds are the seeds of the fruits cultivated from the almond tree. The scientific name of these dry fruits is Prunus dulcisand they are native to the Middle East, India, and North Africa. They are now found in places like Iran, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Israel and more recently transported to other parts of the world, notably California, United States. The taste of almonds ranges from sweet to bitter and both are readily available in markets. Learn More
cashew

About

Cashew

Cashews are super nuts belonging to the family of Anacardiaceae, which includes mangoes and pistachios. They are originally native to the coastal areas of north-eastern Brazil. They are kidney-shaped seeds and are widely cultivated in places that have tropical climates. Cashews are grown in countries like India, Sri Lanka, Kenya, and Tanzania. The nuts stick to the bottom of the fruit, known as a cashew apple, and have diverse uses, particularly in Brazil, Asia, and Africa. Learn More
pista

About

Pistachios

Pistachios are one of the oldest edible nuts and are commonly used all over the world. Pistachio nuts belong to the Anacardiaceae family from the genus Pistacia. A pistachio tree takes about 10 to 12 years to produce the first crop. They are drupe, where the fruit has a large seed in the center, which is edible. The nuts of pistachio are not seasonal and are available all year long. Learn More
figs

About

FIGS

Fig is a sweet fruit with multiple seeds and soft skin, which can be eaten ripe or dried. Figs are also called nature’s candy because they are high in natural sugar. It is a fruit of the fig tree (Ficus), which is a member of the mulberry family, usually found in Asia. In India, the fruit is called anjeer. Different varieties of the fruit can have different colors such as purple, red, green, and golden yellow in color. Learn More
apricot

About

Apricots

Apricots, scientifically known as Prunus armeniaca, are small drupes that resemble and are closely related to peaches or plums. They have a soft, tangy flesh beneath a thin outer skin. In the middle of the apricot is a large pit, which is inedible, so be careful when taking that first big bite! They are typically yellow or orange, with a slight tinge of red on one side. Learn More
raisin

About

Raisins

Raisins are obtained by drying grapes, either in the sun or in driers, which turns the grapes into golden, green or black gems. They are naturally sweet in flavor and are widely used in cultural cooking around the world, especially in desserts. Learn More

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