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FRUITS

A fruit is a mature, ripened ovary, along with the contents of the ovary. The ovary is the ovule-bearing reproductive structure in the plant flower. The ovary serves to enclose and protect the ovules, from the youngest stages of flower development until the ovules become fertilized and turn into seeds.
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Pomegranates

It has rounded fruit with a dry outer covering (husk) made up of two layers: (1) a hard-outer layer called an epicarp, (2) a soft inner layer called a mesocarp. The inner mesocarp has distinct chambers that contain fleshy seeds.

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Green Papaya

Green papaya is a powerful fruit full of essential nutrients and enzymes to promote digestive health. Since enzyme levels decline as the fruit ripens, raw papaya is picked when it is still green to retain all of its natural enzymatic qualities.

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Ripe Papaya

The papaya fruit is a large fleshy berry with smooth green skin that turns yellow or orange when ripe. The fruit's flesh is thick and succulent, ranging in color from yellow to red or orange. Many black wrinkled seeds are present in the fruit.

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Banana Red Poovan

The presence of antioxidants and vitamins in red bananas may help in blood purification. Red bananas, a good source of vitamins such as Vitamin B6, may help boost metabolism as well as immunity.

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Chickoo

Chikoo has brown fuzzy skin and is more oval-shaped than its Central American cousins, though some develop pointed ends. The skin is inedible, but serves a purpose as a kind of bowl for the sweet flesh.

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Small Guava

Guava is a fast growing evergreen shrub or small tree that can grow to a height of 3-10 m. It has a shallow root system. Guava produces low drooping branches from the base and suckers from the roots.

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Custard Apple

The fruit of the common custard apple (Annona reticulata), also called sugar apple or bullock's-heart in the West Indies, is dark brown in colour and marked with depressions giving it a quilted appearance; its pulp is reddish yellow, sweetish.

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Dragon Fruit

The dragon fruit has a dramatic appearance, with bright red, purple or yellow-skinned varieties and prominent scales. The fruit is oval, elliptical or pear-shaped.

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Mosambi

Mosambi is small to medium in size, averaging seven centimeters in diameter, and is round to oval in shape with a slightly lumpy exterior. The medium-thick, leathery rind has many small.

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Semi Husk Coconut

These are fully matured coconuts but while de-husking, the husk is left intact over the "eyes" of the coconut. This is a sensitive area, and by protecting it we can increase the shelf life of the coconut as the area susceptible to decay is protected.

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Grapes

Description. Grapes are a type of fruit that grow in clusters of 15 to 300, and can be crimson, black, dark blue, yellow, green, orange, and pink. "White" grapes are actually green in color, and are evolutionarily derived from the purple grape.

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Jack Fruits

Jackfruit is the largest tree-borne fruit in the world, reaching up to 60 cm (about 2 feet) long and weighing up to 18 kg (about 40 pounds). It is ellipsoidal and aggregate, composed of multiple “bulbs” of seed-containing flesh around a stringy core, all of which is enclosed by a bumpy rind.

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Apple

The apple is one of the pome (fleshy) fruits. Apples at harvest vary widely in size, shape, colour, and acidity, but most are fairly round and some shade of red or yellow. The thousands of varieties fall into three broad classes: cider, cooking, and dessert varieties.

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Peach

A peach is a very sweet, juicy fruit with an edible peel and a hard pit in the middle. Peaches vary in color from almost white to yellow and pinkish-red. Peaches grow on trees in temperate climates — they need warm weather, but they also require a hard freeze in the winter to produce fruit.

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Mango

A mango is a sweet tropical fruit, and it's also the name of the trees on which the fruit grows. Ripe mangoes are juicy, fleshy, and delicious. Like peaches and plums, mangoes have an inedible pit at the center. Unlike these other fruits, the skin of a mango is very tough and also inedible.

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Musk Melon

muskmelon, also called nutmeg melon, any of several varieties of netted-rind melons in the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), noted for their musky-scented sweet juicy orange flesh. Muskmelons are among the most-important commercial melons and are commonly eaten fresh.

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Orange

The orange is a usually round or oval citrus; its rind and flesh are generally orange, except the varieties of red pulp. The edible part of the orange is the flesh, consumed in fresh or in juice. The orange is also used to make stewed fruit, jams, for consumption as dehydrated fruit, etc

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Pine Apple

A pineapple is a sweet tropical fruit with a tough leathery skin and spiky leaves on top. Pineapple is excellent, whether eaten as a snack, in a sweet dessert, in savory dishes like fried rice, or even on pizza.

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Sweet Lime

Sweet limes are spherical citrus fruit with finely-textured skins with yellowish-orange in colour. The rind is semi-smooth and similarly pitted. In India, it is typically named mosambi or musambi.

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Watermelon

watermelon, (Citrullus lanatus), succulent fruit and vinelike plant of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), native to tropical Africa and cultivated around the world. The fruit contains vitamin A and some vitamin C and is usually eaten raw. The rind is sometimes preserved as a pickle.

VEGETABLES

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Okra

Okra leaves are heart-shaped and three- to five-lobed. The flowers are yellow with a crimson centre. The fruit, or pod, hairy at the base, is a tapering 10-angled capsule 10–25 cm (4–10 inches) in length (except in the dwarf varieties) that contains numerous oval dark-coloured seeds.

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Dudhi Bottle Gourd

Can be Savoured by Weight Watcher's – Doodhi or Bottle Gourd must be added to a weight watcher's diet once a week for sure. A cup of chopped bottle gourd endows just about 17 calories and 0.1 g of fat. In addition it has 2.9 g of fiber too, which fills your stomach, digests slowly aids in weight loss.

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Drumstuck

Drumstick is a fast-growing tree and widely cultivated for its tender seed pod, leaves used as vegetable heaped with vital nutrients and as a medicine in Siddha for its indispensable medicinal properties. Moringa, a slender, deciduous tree grows to a height to 10-12 m and a trunk diameter of 45cm.

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Gawar

Gavar beans are very much liked by many people as vegetables. They are tasty and nutritious because they belong to leguminous group. Gavar has demand all the year round and hence it is grown throughout the year where irrigation facilities are available. Gavar seeds are used for preparing gum.

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Tindori

Tindora fruits are small in size, averaging 6-9 centimeters in length, and are ovoid to ellipsoid in shape, connected to slender climbing vines and broad, wide, five-lobed leaves. The skin is smooth with variegations and light striping of pale green, dark green, and white hues.

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Arvi

Arvi is a root vegetable with brown coloured skin and white pulp inside. Known as Taro root in English, Arvi has many health benefits as it is rich in nutrients. It is a fibrous vegetable and good for gut health.

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Tinda

Praecitrullus fistulosus, commonly known as Tinda, also called Indian squash, round melon, Indian round gourd or apple gourd or Indian baby pumpkin, is a squash-like cucurbit grown for its immature fruit, a vegetable especially popular in South Asia. It is the only member of the genus Praecitrullus.

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Galka

Sponge gourd, also referred to by the name of Luffa also known as Loofah, is a popular vegetable that is used in numerous cuisines around the world. It is an ancestor of subtropical and tropical vine which is part of the Cucurbitaceae family.

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Valore Papdi

The fibre in it (8.9 g / 100 g) helps not only in weight loss but is also beneficial to control cholesterol levels. This is the same reason it suits a diabetic menu too. This key nutrient is a good laxative and can help to keep the digestive tract healthy.

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Kenya Papdi

a large twining vine (Dolichos lablab) that is native to the Old World tropics, has dark purple racemes of pealike flowers, and is widely grown as an ornamental, less often as a source of fodder, and sometimes for its edible pods and seeds.

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Valleri

We use only top quality Italian vegetables to obtain the highest quality of the product, to preserve the taste and to offer really intense flavours and aromas. Review by madeinitaly.

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Parwar

Mostly known as the Pointed Gourd in English, Parwal is the Hindi name for the gourd and is also known by many other names including Parval in Nepali, Hindi, and Gujarati, Potol or Patol in Bengali, Kambupudalai in Tamil, and colloquially as the Green potato.

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Long Beans India

Long beans is a low calorie vegetable and hence can be consumed by those on weight loss. It has fair amounts of Vitamin A and good amounts of Vitamin C. Being a green vegetable, it is rich in phyto chemicals and antioxidants, thus plays an important role in fighting cancer and delays aging.

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Green Chawali

Amaranth greens leaves contain Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6 and B9, Riboflavin, Niacin, Calcium, Omega 3 fatty acids, Iron, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Zinc, Sodium, Potassium, Copper, Manganese and many essential minerals and nutrients.

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Radish White

Characterised by white skin and flesh with a crunchy texture, white radishes can be round or long and cylindrical in shape, like the daikon radish. They are sweet and juicy but also have a hot, peppery flavour. They are generally milder than red radishes.

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Suran

Elephant yam is commonly known as suran or jimikand. Its scientific name is Amorphophallus paeoniifolius and belongs to family Araceae. Three local varieties of elephant yam are found in India, namely Gajendra, Sree Padma and Kusum.

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Kand

Kanda is a carb and protein rich vegetable, loaded with zinc, phosphorous, potassium, Vitamin B6, Vitamin A and calcium. It also constitutes phenols, alkaloids, flavonoids which play a major role in proper body functions. It also contains negligible amounts of fat and is water rich.

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Karela

The plant is monoecious, annual climber with long-stalked leaves and yellow, solitary male and female flowers borne on the leaf axils. The warty and oblong or elliptical-shaped fruit is botanically a 'pepo. ' The plant grows well in a variety of soils and begins flowering about one month after planting.

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Kantola

Kantola, a species of flowering plants in the gourd family, is used as a vegetable in all regions of India and some parts of South Asia. The fruits are cooked with spices or even fried, and sometimes eaten with meat or fish in certain parts of the world.

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Turai

It is a dark green, ridged and tapering pretty vegetable. It has white pulp with white seeds embedded in spongy flesh. A ridge gourd also commonly known as Turai or Turiya is a well beloved in India. Its hard skin is peeled off and chopped and cooked as desired.

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Yellow Cucumber

Yellow cucumber or lemon cucumber scientifically called as the cucumis sativus and known as Dosakai (in Telugu) is a vegetable yellow in color available in parts of India. This versatile cucumber is sweet and flavorful, and doesn't have much of the chemical that makes other cucumbers bitter and hard to digest.

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Tapioca

tapioca, a preparation of cassava root starch used as a food, in bread or as a thickening agent in liquid foods, notably puddings but also soups and juicy pies. In processing, heat ruptures the starch grains, converting them to small irregular masses that are further baked into flake tapioca.

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Lime

lime, any of several species and hybrids of trees and shrubs of the genus Citrus (family Rutaceae), widely grown in tropical and subtropical areas for their edible acidic fruits. The Persian lime (Citrus ×latifolia) is one of the most common commercial varieties, though the smaller key lime, or Mexican lime (C.

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Pumpkin

Pumpkins are often yellowish to orange in colour, and they vary from oblate to globular to oblong; some feature a white rind. The rind is smooth and usually lightly furrowed or ribbed. The fruit stem is hard and woody, ridged, and angled.

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Pumpkin

Pumpkins are often yellowish to orange in colour, and they vary from oblate to globular to oblong; some feature a white rind. The rind is smooth and usually lightly furrowed or ribbed. The fruit stem is hard and woody, ridged, and angled.

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Shallot Onion Mini

Shallots look like a small onion, and for a good reason. This slightly sweet ingredient is part of the Amaryllidaceae family, which counts leeks, garlic and onion as members. While the shallot has a bit of a bite, it's smoother and less pungent than the onion, but not as mild as a leek or as strong as garlic.

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Red Onion

Red onions (also known as purple or blue onions in some mainland European countries) are cultivars of the onion (Allium cepa), and have purplish-red skin and white flesh tinged with red. They are most commonly used in cooking, but the skin has also been used as a dye.

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Pink onion

This onion is fleshy, juicy and not lacking in flavour. The pink onion is regularly used as a condiment, and some cook it as a vegetable.

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Sambar onion

Onion Sambar or Shallot is a type of onion which is bulb-shaped, with copper, reddish, or gray skin. It is a small, elongated onion, but has a milder flavor with a hint of garlic. It is rich in antioxidants. It is a good source of fiber and flavonoids.

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Carrot Red

Red carrots are a good source of fiber and beta-carotene and contain vitamin C, vitamin E, and calcium. They also contain lycopene, a naturally occurring pigment that doubles as an antioxidant. Lycopene is known for preventing, fighting, and repairing cell damage within the human body and is known to help improve skin.

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bharata baigan

Bharata was a legendary emperor and the founder of Bharata Dynasty and an ancestor of the Pandavas and Kauravas. He was son of King Dushyanta of Hastinapur and Queen Sakuntala. Also, a descendant of Kshatriya Varna.

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Egg Plant

The standard eggplant is an oval or pear-shaped, glossy, purplish fruit 6 to 9 inches long. Japanese and oriental varieties tend to be elongated and slender with a thinner, more delicate skin. "Ornamental" varieties are edible and tend to produce small, white-skinned, oval-shaped fruit.

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Kola

Cola acuminata, an evergreen tree about 20 meters in height, has long, ovoid leaves pointed at both the ends with a leathery texture. The trees have cream flowers with purplish-brown striations, and star-shaped fruit consisting of usually 5 follicles.

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Green Tea

Green, black, and oolong teas all come from the same plant, Camellia sinensis, but are prepared using different methods. To produce green tea, leaves from the plant are steamed, pan fried, and dried. Tea has been used for medicinal purposes in China and Japan for thousands of years.

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Potato

Potato fruits are a succulent but inedible spherical, yellow-green berry, up to 4cm across. Underground, the edible root forms a tuber that can be a range of colours, sizes and shapes, depending on the cultivated variety (cultivar).

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Sweet Potato

Sweet potatoes are typically recognized by their copper-colored skin and vibrant orange flesh, though the hundreds of varieties grown worldwide display colors such as white, cream, yellow, reddish-purple, and deep purple.

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Alu Patra

Alu Wadi also known as Patra in Gujarati, is a traditional Maharashtrian-Gujarati snack or appetizer recipe made with colocasia (taro) leaves. These leaves are layered with a spicy, tangy, and sweet Gram flour paste and then rolled into a log which is then steamed and sliced into thin pinwheels (Vadis).

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Tomato Green

The flesh is bright chartreuse and has a very firm center with tiny, underdeveloped seeds. Green tomatoes offer a crisp and mildly juicy texture. They have a sharp, puckering, astringent flavor with a slight sweetness.

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Betroot India

The beetroot is the taproot portion of a beet plant, usually known in North America as beets while the vegetable is referred to as beetroot in British English, and also known as the table beet, garden beet, red beet, dinner beet or golden beet.

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Cabbage

Cabbage (Brassica oleracea var capitata) is a small, leafy biennial producing a compact globular mass of smooth or crincled leaves wrapped over each other known as head. The outer leaves are generally larger than the inner. The stem is short and stout. Plants flower generally after winter.

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Green Chilli

Green chillies are scientifically known as Capsicum frutescens. The spiciness of green chillies comes from a chemical called capsaicin. Apart from providing a hot and spicy taste, capsaicin is responsible for numerous other health effects on the heart, stomach, and pain relief.

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Amla

Amla are small, round berries with light-green skin. The skin is almost translucent, with 6 to 8 faint yellow striations, making the Amla appear to be segmented. The skin is tough, yet thin with a flesh that is crisp and juicy with a taste both sour and bitter. The flesh of an Amla is also somewhat astringent.

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Coriander Leaves

Coriander is native to regions spanning from Southern Europe and Northern Africa to Southwestern Asia. It is a soft plant growing to 50 cm (20 in) tall. The leaves are variable in shape, broadly lobed at the base of the plant, and slender and feathery higher on the flowering stems.

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Meethi Leaves

Fenugreek is also known as 'Kasuri Methi'. It is a very ancient spice which is used for flavouring various dishes. These leaves are bitter in taste, when added to any recipe it will surely titillate your taste bud. In addition to taste, it has numerous nutritional values as well

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Spinack Leaves

The simple leaves are somewhat triangular or ovate and may be flat or puckered. The flowers are inconspicuous and produce small dry fruits. Spinach requires cool weather and deep, rich, well-limed soil to give quick growth and maximum leaf area.

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Garlic

A herb growing from a strongly aromatic, rounded bulb composed of around 10 to 20 cloves covered in a papery coat. The long, sword-shaped leaves are attached to an underground stem and the greenish-white or pinkish flowers grow in dense, spherical clusters atop a flower stalk.

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Ginger

Ginger is one of the most popular spices in the world and comes from the underground stem of the ginger plant. The aromatic and fiery spice has been a signature ingredient in Asian cuisine since ancient times. Today, it is frequently used in medicines, food, and cosmetics across the globe.

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CHILLI G4 super premeum

Chilli peppers contain a substance called capsaicin, which gives peppers their characteristic pungency, producing mild to intense spice when eaten. Its learned that it can help to fight inflamations, used as natural pain reliever and for cardiovascular benefits.

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CHILLI G4 premeum

Chilli peppers contain a substance called capsaicin, which gives peppers their characteristic pungency, producing mild to intense spice when eaten. Its learned that it can help to fight inflamations, used as natural pain reliever and for cardiovascular benefits.

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Lemon

The lemon (Citrus × limon) is a hybrid citrus tree of cultivated origin. The fruit are used primarily for their juice, though the pulp and rind ( zest) are also used, primarily in cooking or mixing. Lemon juice is about 5% citric acid, which gives lemons a sour taste and a pH of 2 to 3.

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Tomato

The tomato fruit is globular or ovoid. Botanically, the fruit exhibits all of the common characteristics of berries; a simple fleshy fruit that encloses its seed in the pulp. The outer skin is a thin and fleshy tissue that comprises the remainder of the fruit wall as well as the placenta.

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Red Pumpkin

Red pumpkin is a variety of winter squash, a member of the Cucurbitaceae family. It is round with smooth, slightly ribbed red-orange skin. It contains carotenoids that give their flesh and skin the deep orangish-red tint.

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Mangoes For Juice

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Apple For Juice

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Orange For Juice

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Pineapple For Juice

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