The Moringa commonly known as Drumstick Vegetable is native to Indian subcontinent. India is the largest producer with an annual production of 1.2 million tonnes from an area of 380 km.
Almost all parts of Moringa are edible – Immature seed pods, called drumsticks, leaves, mature seeds, oil pressed from seeds, flowers and roots. They are 30 to 45 cm long, bean like vegetables grown on tall tress.
It is high source of vitamin C, dietary fibre, potassium, magnesium and manganese.
The drumstick yields best under warm, dry conditions with some supplemental fertiliser and irrigation. The harvest occurs twice a year – July to September and March to April.
Drumstick Vegetable Packaging
The export packaging is done by using corrugated cardboard box. The box comes in two sizes – 5 kg and 10 kg.
The drumstick vegetable is incredibly healthy and has been proclaimed as superfood. Learn how eating this superfood can help your health.
- Regulates blood sugar levels
- Helps improve digestive health
- Great for developing stronger bones
- Helps purifying blood
- Relieves respiratory disorders
- Boosts immunity