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    • 500.00
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    • Rich source of Vitamin C, Contains Fibre Vitamin K, Amino acid.1. Vitamin C acts as a powerful antioxidant and also helps formation of collagen that is responsible for skin and hair health. Vitamin C helps in boosting immunity, keeping ailments at the bay.
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    • 400.00
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    • A sweet and juicy fruit, Longan has a whitish, translucent, musky flesh and tastes somewhat like mango. A great source of antioxidants and vitamin C Longan is commonly eaten out of hand and is also used in making jams, jellies or marmalade.
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    • 400.00
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    • Lychee is a monotypic taxon and the sole member in the genus Litchi in the soapberry family, Sapindaceae. It is a tropical tree native to the Guangdong, Fujian, and Yunnan provinces of Southeast and Southwest China, where cultivation is documented from the 11th century.
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    • 300.00
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    • Popularly known as table grapes, Red Grapes are distinctively large and round, seeded red berries. They have a crisp skin with fleshy pulp which is mildly sweet and flavourful. These are also consumed fresh, dried for raisins or in various desserts or juices.
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    • 'White' grapes are actually green in colour, and are evolutionarily derived from the red grape. Mutations in two regulatory genes of white grapes turn off production of anthocyanins, which are responsible for the colour of red grapes.
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