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Spirulina - Age-Old Algae, Trending Superfood With Versatile Usability.

Botanically knows as Arthrospira Platensis, Spirulina is a blue-green microalgae which looks similar to a coiled spring under a microscope and hence the name. This organism can be found or cultivated in saltwater and freshwater with the ecosystem-based on photosynthetic.

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Curcumin
From Kitchen Spice To SUPER FOOD!

Turmeric has been used as a common kitchen spice for ages. It is also used for a wide range of medicinal and scientific purposes for over 100s of years. The recent scientific investigations into the exact method of action and the bioactive components of turmeric is what led to the discovery of curcumin.

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The Neem Tree
Neem - The Omnipotent Tree; A True Gift Of Nature.

Azadirachta indica is a tree belonging to the Meliaceae family. Its centres of origin lie in southern and southeastern Asia.

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Gaur Gum
Gaur Gum - The Multifaced Secret Ingredient.

Guar gum is a crucial agrochemical derived from the seed endosperm of the guar plant. The seed of cluster bean contains about 30-33% gum in the endosperm.

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Moringa
Moringa - Nutrient-Dense Ancient Indian Tree, Superfood Now.

Moringa the superfood, which belongs to the Moringaceae family, is a deciduous perennial tropical tree, and native to the Africa & South Asia.

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Contract Farming
Contract Farming - The Vertical Integration of Farmers and Buyers.

Contract farming is an agreement between a farmer and a buyer, often an agribusiness, to grow to produce with set terms and conditions, quantity, quality and inputs.

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Coconut
Coconut - The King Of The Tropics

Cocos Nucifera Linn or also called as the coconut palm tree is the most beneficial trees in the world.

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Turmeric
Turmeric - The Most Studied Anti-Inflammatory Spice.

The turmeric plant-botanically known as Curcuma longa is herb nearly related to ginger family and is cultivated majorly in tropical environments across Asia for its rootstocks, which provide flavour & pigment of plant.

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