The almond nut is eaten raw or processed into butter, flour, extract, oil, paste, syrup, and milk. Almond oil is used as a flavoring agent in baked goods, perfumery and medicines. Sweet almond oil is used for cosmetic creams and lotions.
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We are instrumental in offering Raisins Dry Fruit to our clients. Our offered stock of Raisins Dry Fruits is highly appreciated in the market for their taste, nutritious value and purity. We offer all these Raisins Dry Fruit to our clients at cost effectiveSKU: n/a
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Dieters may rejoice in knowing a handful of pine nuts, or 30 grams, can help in weight management. The pinolenic acid content can stimulate the intestines to produce hormones called CCK that signal the brain to turn off “hungry mode,”.
To combat feelings of tiredness and fatigue, pine nuts provide an energy boost that helps repair and build tissues in the body.SKU: n/a
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A lotus seed or lotus nut is the seed of a plant in the genus Nelumbo, particularly the species Nelumbo nucifera. The seeds are used in Asian cuisine and traditional medicine. Mostly sold in dried, shelled form, the seeds contain rich contents of protein, B vitamins, and dietary minerals.SKU: n/a
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Cashew, evergreen shrub or tree of the sumac family ,cultivated for its characteristically curved edible seeds, which are commonly called cashew “nuts” though they are not true nuts. The domesticated cashew tree is native to the New World but commercially cultivated mainly in Brazil and India. The seeds, rich in oil and distinctively flavoured , are commonly used in South and Southeast Asian cuisine and are a characteristic ingredient of numerous chicken and vegetarian dishes of southern India. In Western countries they are eaten mainly as a premium-quality protein-rich snack food.SKU: n/a