Khasi Mandarins

Khasi Mandarins

Khasi Mandarins

Local Name Soh Niamtra or Soh Myntra
Scientific Name Hylocereus Undatus
Origin (State) Meghalaya
Shelf Life 3 weeks (can be kept fresh for up to 3 weeks when stored at 12-13 degrees Celsius)
Packaging Box of 4
UoM A Box of 4
Supply Frequency Twice a week
MOQ (Units) 10000

Unique Information / USP

Most produce is grown Chemical-Free Khasi mandarin was granted the Geographical Indication Tag (GI) in 2014. Commonly called ‘The King of Oranges’ and ‘pride of Meghalaya’, the renowned Khasi Mandarin of Meghalaya Khasi Mandarins are much sought-after for their juiciness and sweetness This fruit is a little larger than a tennis ball, has a vibrant orange hue, a smooth firm skin that makes it tricky to peel, a heady orangey fragrance and of course, is full of sweet juice Khasi mandarin is known for its high nutritional value, distinctive quality and taste, sweet tanginess and high sugar content that makes it suitable in the preparation of pulp concentrates, jams, jellies, marmalades, squashes and packed ready-to-drink juice. Orange citrus oil is another important product for flavouring. It is loaded with bioactive compounds with many health benefits and traditional healers have used it to prevent colds, cure constipation and as an astringent for the skin to mention a few. The fruit, peel, pulp, bark, flowers and seeds are used in the preparation of Ayurvedic medicines. The orange peels are kept in the cupboards to keep away moths and bugs. Peels are used to start woodfire in the kitchens.

Here are Five surprising health benefits of Khasi Mandarins

  • Good Source Of Vitamin C
  • Help With Cholesterol Problems
  • May Lower Blood Pressure
  • Help Reduce Weight
  • Boost Immunity
  • Good Source Of Antioxidants
  • Promotes Skin Health

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