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Young buffs simply crazy about designing unique foods and tinkering ideas to use the most exotic ingredients and bring them from farm to plate.



We produce a plethora of exotic farm fresh ingredients processed to be uniquely blended into diverse range of foodstuffs. We bring the season's fresh ingredients processed from fruits and vegetables, certfied-organic produce and hand-crafted farm products conveniently, by producing in our farms and processing; and also for some products- growing and partnering with local farms for a variety of ingredients.

Some Features That Made Us Unique

Our Offerings

Processed fruit products Natural ingredients Exotic ingredients Fresh Vegetables

Processed fruit products

Natural ingredients

Henna powder
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spirulina powder
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Gum acacia
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Exotic ingredients

Black Rice
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Manipuri Black Rice
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Fresh Vegetables

Bell Pepper
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Application support

Our platform approach of best product quality and utmost customer service, has urged us to design an application based approach, via which put team puts in the best resources to design unique food preparations using our plethora of processed food ingredients.

Our Business Model

We reach out to all the major finished food manufacturers and traders to promote our processed ingredients. Also we are into contract manufacturing for finished foodstuffs like energy bars, yogurts, healthy snacks, etc.

Discover Sapota- Eat, Chill, Repeat!

What is Sapota?

Manilkara zapota, commonly known as sapodilla, sapota, chikoo, naseberry, or nispero is a long-lived, evergreen tree native to southern Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. An example natural occurrence is in coastal Yucatán in the Petenes mangroves ecoregion, where it is a subdominant plant species.

History and Geography

We have something to thank the Spanish for. Had it not been for them, the chickoo, chikoo or sapota would have perhaps never come to India. With its roots in Mexico, Easter Guatemala and Belize (on the eastern coast of central America), the Colonisers took it to the Philippines from where it travelled to the rest of Asia, making its way into India only in the late nineteenth century.

In India, the sapota is grown in many states - Karnataka, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh. Incidentally, Karnataka is known to be the highest grower of the fruit, followed by Maharashtra.

Nutrition from Sapota

Sapota is high on calories providing 83 calories per 100 grams. A good source of dietary fibre, the pulp of this fruit functions as an excellent laxative. It is loaded with a rich array of vitamins A, C, niacin, folate and pantothenic acid and minerals iron, potassium and copper.

How do we farm it?

Where and how can I use Sapota?

The varieties of sapota in India have funny names - Kali Patli, cricket ball, Baramati, Pili Patli, Dwarapudi, Chhatri and so on. Now while the fruit isn't really cooked, or even used in salads (except for maybe fruit salads), probably due its supremely dominating flavours, the sapota can be blended into milk or yogurt and had as a smoothie. Or you could make a jam out of it too. There are quite a few interesting recipes out there, from chickoo halwa, kheer, to even barfis. Honestly, the best way to eat this fruit is by itself.

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Address : Dahanu, Dist - Palghar, State- Maharashtra 401601

Email : [email protected]

Phone : +1800 000 000