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Tamarind

The tamarind, a slow-growing, long-lived, massive tree reaches, under favorable conditions, a height of 80 or even 100 ft (24-30 m), and may attain a spread of 40 ft (12 m) and a trunk circumference of 25 ft (7.5 m). It is highly wind-resistant, with strong, supple branches, gracefully drooping at the ends, and has dark-gray, rough, fissured bark.

The usage of Tamarind in the kitchen has made export of the Tamarind popular. The medicinal properties of tamarind pulp and its seeds keep the demand high of the it in foreign markets. India is the only place which produces Tamarind for merchandising purposes. The Tamarind Exporters in India thus reigns in the markets of Europe, America and West Asia.

Ingredients - Tamarind.

Packing details- 150gms, 500gms,1 kg pack & 10kg