Dried fruit is fruit from which the majority of the original water content has been removed either naturally, through sun drying, or through the use of specialized dryers or dehydrators. Dried fruit has a long tradition of use dating back to the fourth millennium BC in Mesopotamia, and is prized because of its sweet taste, nutritive value, and long shelf life.



Almonds or Badaam have been prized since ancient times as one of the humankind’s most beloved nuts.. Almonds are categorized into two groups which are sweet and bitter. Traditionally sweet almonds are edible, while bitter almonds are used to make almond oil, common oil that is used to add flavour to food. The delicately flavoured and versatile almond is available throughout the year to make a healthy and tasty addition to both sweet and savoury dishes and also eaten raw as healthy snacks. Ancient ayurvedic practitioners also believed that almonds are capable of increasing the brain capacity, intellectual ability, and longevity. They are highly nutritious and extremely healthy. This highly nutritional nut is a rich source of vitamin E, fibre, calcium, phosphorous, iron, and magnesium. They are the most packed with nutrients and beneficial components..

Mamra Almonds

Keeping in mind the goal to attach and react to the several necessities of precious clients, we have the capacity to offer premium quality Mamra Almonds. These almonds are processed and cleaned in the most hygienic condition at our state of the art production unit. Accessible at very reasonable to the patrons, our array of almond is best known for features such as long shelf life, rich in aroma, freshness, and so on. In addition to this, our range of mamra almond is widely used for making various kinds of desserts and cuisines.



Prunus Armenaica or apricots are the yellowish-orange fruits that belong to the family of Rosacea or Prunus. They have a soft, tangy flesh beneath a thin outer skin. In the middle of the apricot is a large pit, which is inedible. Apricots are small in size and a fully matured fruit can be between 1.5 cm to 2.5 cm. They are covered in a velvet-like skin that is smooth and soft to touch with a beautiful hairy cover. it is available and consumed in both fresh as well as dried form. Both are equally nutritious in their content. Apricots are healthiest and even considered as super food due to its high nutrient profile, appearance and size. It is a storehouse of healthy nutrients including potassium, copper, magnesium as well as a number of vitamins which are vitamin A, K and E, also a good source of dietary fibre with low fat and plenty of fibre..


Raisins are irreplaceable as a healthy member of the dry fruits category. Raisins are sweet, succulent, dried, seeded or seedless grapes, which is produced by desiccating grapes. Raisins are also known as ‘KISHMISH’, like another dried fruit, it is in stock all years a long. Raisins are produced in many regions of the world and may be eaten raw or used in cooking, baking and brewing. Raisins can vary in size and are green, golden, brown or dark, depending on the grape variety used and the method of drying. Raisins are widely used in cultural cooking around the world (especially in desserts). One of the biggest benefits of eating raisins is that they’re a quick, easy and tasty way to get some of your daily recommended fruit serving. A handful of raisins a snack rich in vitamin B, iron, potassium and minerals. Apart from the sweet and exotic taste, raisins are also pack of wholesome health benefits.



The pistachio nut is a dry fruit of small size, lengthy, with a hard, thin and clear brown shell, ranging from pale, creamy yellow to dark green, are kernels of small olive-like fruits. The edible part is yellowish green and tender. They are grown in clusters, and are cultivated in the Middle East. Nuts are a popular snack and an ingredient in both sweet treats and main dishes. They are filled with essential nutrients and have a number of health benefits, wonderfully delicious pistachio nuts have long been revered as the symbol of wellness and robust health since ancient times. They have a significant amount of protein, fibre, magnesium, vitamin B6, vitamin K, copper. The kernels are enriched with many health-benefiting nutrients essential for optimum health..


Cashews are considered one of the most popular, important and royal nut among all the tree nuts. Cashew or “Kaju” are eaten on their own as a snack or as an ingredient in various sweet as well as savoury dishes worldwide. They grow on cashew trees which are the native to Brazil, An exotic kidney shaped nut which has a great taste along with incredible nutrition. Raw, unsalted cashews are often used in vegan recipes as well as in Indian cooking. The crunchy and delicious cashew nut is packed with energy, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. It is a useful source of proteins and minerals such as iron, copper, manganese and phosphorous. Besides, used as the tasty and rich full snacks, it also has the great health benefits..

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Figs are the fruit of the flowering plant FICUS CARISA, which is the member of the mulberry family. Figs popularly known as ANJEER in India, there is nothing like the unique taste and texture of fresh figs. They are lusciously sweet with a texture that combines the chewiness and crunchiness of the seeds. It is one of the fruit enjoyed since ancient times. Figs are mainly classified by colour-white, black, red. These are tasty, nutritious, and energy booster fruit consumed fresh or dry. Besides its exotic taste, dried figs are highly concentrated source of iron, calcium, potassium, manganese, magnesium and vitamins A, B, and C. They provide a wide assortment of nutritional and health benefits that do your body good.

Pine Nuts

Pine nuts are edible seeds of the pine tree belonging to pinaceae, genus pinus. Crunchy yet butter textured, pleasantly sweet and delicious pine nuts, featured tough dark-brown outer coat or shell. Pine nuts are regarded as a delicacy in many cultures around the world, they are extremely adaptable in cooking due to their mild flavour, creamy when raw and richer and nuttier while toasted. They add superior flavour and texture in both sweet and savoury dishes. They are rich source of dietary fibre, and a wide variety of minerals including calcium, carbohydrate, potassium, copper, zinc along with vitamin A, C and E.

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The simplest foods are best for the health, and this is certainly in the case for nuts, among nuts, the case may be made that walnuts are king. Juglans Regia Or walnut fruit is wrinkly, globe shaped nut, also available in raw and roasted, and salted and unsalted, mostly looks like brain which is widely known as ‘Akhrot’ in India. The fruit and seed of the walnut are enclosed in a thick, edible husk. Since ancient times these nuts are considered as the symbol of the intellectual health which improves the brain function. Along with their delicious taste, walnuts have antioxidants and proteins that help in imparting a multitude of health benefits. These nuts are rich in omega 3 and contain higher amounts of antioxidants. The seed of walnut fruit contain significant amount of nutrients such as proteins, omega 3 fatty acid, copper, manganese and vitamins B1 and B6..