USA Green Apple 1Kg
Apples are one of the most exotic and amazing fruits that Mother Nature has blessed us with. They contain a lot of essential nutrients and vitamins which should form a part of each and every person’s daily diet. When it comes to apples, there are various kinds of apples. The red ones are very common and the green ones which are sour and sweet to taste.
Green apples have a high fiber content which helps in increasing the body’s metabolism. While consuming an apple, make sure that you’re not tossing the peel in the trash. Consuming apple with its peel improves the overall health. Due to its high fiber content, apple helps in detoxification process. It keeps the liver and digestive system away from harmful elements.
Green apples have low-fat content and help in maintaining good blood flow in the body. Improved circulation can prevent heart diseases and strokes. Green apples are also rich in vitamin K, which gives them the ability to heal blood clots.
Green apples are an excellent source of vitamin C, which keeps the skin cells away from getting damaged by free radicals and also decreases the risk of skin cancer. They are also loaded with vitamin A content which helps in maintaining good vision
Suvarna Rekha also called as Sundari in North India and Latsundari in Orissa originated from Visakapatanam of Andhra Pradesh. The fruit is light Cadmium yellow with a blush of jasper red and abundant small, light coloured dots. The skin is medium thick and can be easily separated. The fruit has sweet taste and abundant juice of good quality.
Rasalu – the most popular juice mango from the Andhra Pradesh region of India. It usually comes in 2 sizes- the smaller, more popular is called chinna rasalu. The most sought after chinna rasalu mangoes come from the Nuzvid region of Andhra. The peda rasalu is more widely grown and all over the Andhra region- it can get very big in size. Another variation of this mango is the Cheruku Rasalu (sometimes also called Cheruku rasam)- this mango is juicy like the rasalu, but extremely sweet (Cheruku means sugary), although it gives up some of its fragrance to accommodate the sweetness.