Harvesting & Export of Vegetables
Bell peppers, also known as sweet pepper or capsicum are basically peppers of less pungent varieties which are available in different colors such as yellow, red, green, purple and orange. These plump, bell shaped vegetables were cultivated more than 900 years ago in south and central America and were given the name pepper by the European colonizers of North America. These can easily grow in different types of climate
Capsicum is variously called as green pepper, sweet pepper, bell pepper, etc. In shape and pungency it is different from chilli. It is fleshy, blocky, of various shapes, more like a bell and hence named bell pepper. Almost all the varieties of green pepper are very mild in pungency and some of them are non-pungent, and as such they can be used as stuffed vegetable.We are the leading exporter of a Capsicums with no loss of nutrients, flavour, colours, texture and shape. Our vegetables exported are one of the best available in the world.
Green bell peppers are the most common color on produce shelves, but the yellow variety contains much more of certain vitamins. The peppers also contain fiber, protein and iron. Yellow bell peppers taste sweet and they pair well with a variety of other ingredients. They are available at most large supermarkets year-round, which makes it easy for you to add them to your diet.
EXPORT QUALITY FLOWERS
We are a trusted name in offering both fresh flowers like Roses, Taj Mahal Rose, Red Rose, Yellow Rose, White Rose, Gerbera, Carnation and other varieties. We procure these fresh flowers from premium suppliers.
At present, the vast majority of cut flowers are imported from overseas. Leading producers include the Netherlands, Columbia, Kenya, and Israel. Flowers imported from overseas are largely roses, carnations, Gerbera daisies, garden mums, and orchids. These flowers ship reasonably well and make up the bulk of the flowers used in arrangements by most florists. Most of the flowers that local growers focus on are those that do not ship well or have shorter postharvest vase lives. These flowers have come to be termed “specialty cut flowers.” Examples of specialty flowers include sunflowers, zinnia, lisianthus, dahlia, ageratum, and peonies to name but a few on this long list. Local growers can readily develop a market niche with these flowers by using the advantage of longer vase life if produced locally, higher percentage of usable flowers, and a wider choice of colors and varieties.