Bitter Gourd Exporters in India

BOTANICAL NAME: Momordica charantia

We are exporting a very popular vegetable Bitter Gourd to several countries after collecting directly from the farmers of Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Assam, Uttar Pradesh, and Bihar. Which is cultivated in organic methods and using harmless fertilizers. The packaging used is hygienic and keeps the product quality intact even after transportation. We supply fresh green and pesticides free Bitter Gourds all over the year.
Here the seed is sown from,
January to March for summer season crop,
June-July for the rainy season in the plains
March to June in the hills.
Bitter Gourd or karela, it’s a distinctive vegetable which can be used as food and medicine. Bitter gourd is of old world origin and is a native of tropical Asia, particularly in the Indo Burma region. Momordica charantia is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae. It’s extensively cultivated in India and China.

Bitter gourd is one of the important vegetables grown in south Indian states, especially in Kerala, by naming Pavakka/Kaipakka in Malayalam. Planting is done in July and January. Bitter gourd is generally grown in summer as well as in the rainy season. In South and Central India, it can be cultivated around the year.

Bitter gourd is used to make stir fry, chips, curry, pulusu/ stew, pickles and even to make pakora. The most popular south Indian dishes like theeyal, pachadi & this dish is pretty tasty and brings a unique flavor to the table. Bitter gourd is a rich source of vitamins and minerals and it contains iron, magnesium, potassium, and vitamins like A and C.

Karela aids in weight loss, because it’s full of fiber and it helps to relieve constipation and settles the stomach. Also reduces (LDL)-bad cholesterol and decreases the risk of cardiac attack. It helps to improve blood circulation. Karela juice adds luster to the hair and combats dandruff, hair loss, and split-ends. Also, regular intake of bitter gourd prevents skin ailments like psoriasis and fungal infections like ringworm and athlete’s foot.

Nutrition Facts:

100 grams of bitter gourd contains

Total calories-16

Dietary fiber-2.6g






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