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|Why Us?||Premium quality dry fruits|
|Product Quality||Farm fresh with better taste.|
|Contains||Vital Nutrients, Antioxidants and Fibres.|
|Packing||Zip lock to retain its freshness.|
|Delivery Time||5-7 Working Days.|
Ghorbandi Almonds - With a high Almond oil content, Ghorbandi Almonds are crispy and crunchy. Perfect to add to your desserts and shakes for that extra crunch, the nuts are tasty, wholesome and hearty. Also known as ‘Choti Giri’, a very small portion of these almonds is bitter due to the high concentration of oil. These almonds are rich in antioxidants and nutrients such as Vitamin E, Omega 3 and Phytochemicals.
Green Raisins - Grown in the vineyards of Afghanistan, our raisins are round, sweet and juicy. Liked for their sweetness and a musky aroma, these raisins are packed with nutrition. Green raisins are good for gaining weight in a healthy way, prevent anemia, cancer, and help with diabetes and high blood pressure. Perfect to have them in any way you like.
Dry Apricot - Dried apricots are traditional dry fruits that are a source of dietary fiber. Rich in protein and iron, dry apricots are naturally fat-free, enriched with Vitamin A and C. They also have a low glycemic index and do not contain any sugar. Dry apricots of the fruit of Afghan are rich in antioxidants. Being sweet and chewy, they melt in your mouth. The small-sized apricots are dried as a whole and the large ones are dried without the kernel in halves. You can either have it as a snack or can add in a hot bowl of cereals for breakfast.
Figs (Anjeer) - Also known as anjeer, dried figs are reminiscent of the desert dwellers, oases and the sand dunes of Afghanistan. There capability to provide with necessary energy throughout the day make them an essential element of the Afghanis diet. You can also revitalize your body by consuming figs soaked in water overnight and then can have it milk for your breakfast. Not only this, but they are also highly recommended for a healthy mid-day snacking.