Fruits listed region wise

The list of fruits mentioned here region wise is a very important part of a balanced and healthy diet. Having its own advantages, it takes up different climatic conditions to thrive, and will probably make up the majority of your caloric intake. The taste of these fruits can be enjoyed all year round; however, considering what fruits are in season will help you find them with ease. Whether it is fresh, frozen, dried or juiced- it all counts! Select from any of the topics below to learn about that fruit

Pomegranate Juice Concentrate

Pomegranate: The controversy over the fruit that Adam gave Eve may continue an Apple or a Pomegranate but the super-fruit status of Pomegranates is here to stay! We treat this super-fruit with a lot of respect, from storage to processing. The fruit is fed into a washer where it is cleaned in an air bubbling water bath. It moves into the process hall onto a conveyor, careful eyes look at it and remove the damaged fruit- this is the last human touch. The fruit moves into specialized aril (seeds) extraction machine which separates the skin and pith from the arils. These are then gently squeezed in a membrane press without causing any damage to the core of the seeds. This juice then goes through pasteurization and based on the desired end product can pass through either the Ultra-filtration system or directly go to the evaporator where water is evaporated under vacuum and low temperatures to retain the extra-ordinary properties of the product.

Pomegranate Arils

One of the best pomegranate varieties in the world, Bhagwa - now served in an easy to consume pack. All the health benefits without the trouble of peeling - now available as a healthy on-the-go snack alternative. And the best part is its 52-week availability from a single source!!

Mango Pulp

Mango Pulp The king of all fruits - and its goodness captured for eternal enjoyment! Our mangoes come from the production belts well known for their distinctive quality in India. Naturally ripened and then sorted such that only the fruit with optimal maturity reaches the production process.
Alphonso Mango Pulp - An emperor among kings, this variety of mango is globally acclaimed as the "king of mangoes". Aromatic and special, our Alphonso Mango Pulp is prepared from the world known "Ratnagiri & Deogarh Alphonso".
Kesar Mango Pulp - If there is any variety of Mangos which can even begin to challenge the charm of Alphonso - it is this! A very distinctive flavor and an allure which surrounds this variety lends it to several uses - from exotic ice-cream flavors to medicines. Who knows, this probably is the flavor which sets a few mango drinks apart from "just-another-mango-drink"!?!?

LIST OF FRUITS

  • Mediterranean
  • Inedible Fruits
  • Accessory Fruits
  • Sub-Tropical Fruits

Mediterranean

Oranges, the leading citrus fruit, are grown from southern Japan. In the United States, Florida is expert in producing the most oranges. Other subtropical fruits include dates, figs, olives, pomegranates, and certain types of avocados.

Inedible Fruits

Inedible fruits are very fleshy five-valved red capsules. The fruits and leaves are poisonous, containing andromedotoxin which helps lowers blood pressure and causes breathing problems, dizziness, cramps, vomiting and diarrhea. Bog Laurel occurs with and strongly resembles Labrador Tea at the Ozette Prairies.

Accessory Fruits

An accessory fruit is referred to one that has more than ovary wall as part of fruit body. The other part of the flower swells along with expanding ovary wall. Very frequently the receptacle also participates. Ovaries that are inferior or that are in perigynous flower some time have accessory tissues surrounding the true fruit. The true fruit is red and accessory is white. An actual fruit is dry achene; and the accessory is red and juicy at the time of maturity.

Sub-Tropical Fruits

Subtropical fruits need warm or mild temperatures throughout the year, but they can survive in a light frost. The most common subtropical fruits are citrus fruits: oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and limes.