- Store Name: Pacific Production
- Vendor: Pacific Production
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_ Moisture: 5% Max
_ Broken: 5% Max
_ Mould and fungus: 0%
_ Admixture: 0.1% Max
_ Silk sell: 1% Max
_ Supply Type: OEM SERVICE
_ Payment Methods: T/T, D/P, L/C
_ Origin: Viet Nam
Pacific Production Co., ltd is professional producer, trader and directly exporter of Vietnam Cashew nut kernels, Macadamia including:
1. Cashew nut kernels WW
2. Cashew nut kernels SW
3. Cashew nut kernels LBW
4. Cashew nut pieces: LP, SP, BB
5. Roasted cashew nuts
6. Honey cashew nuts
7. Cashew nut nutrition cakes
8. Macadamia kernels
Our cashew factory process cashew nut according to buyer’s order passed ISO22000 certificate. Products are good quality and safe. For near 20 years experienced in processing and exporting cashew nut, we had exported to over 50 countries over the world such as Switzerland, Germany, France, Netherlands, USA, Canada, Mexico, Russia, Middle East with regular delivery, safe, assured shipment to buyer’s warehouse.
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Watermelon seeds are one of the common protein supplements. These are cultivated in large quantities in western Sudan. Traditionally, the seeds are extracted from the seed casing, and dried in the sun. Once dried, the seeds are pressed to extract the oil. Watermelon seeds make a great snack when they have been dried and roasted.
These seeds are loaded with nutrients including fatty acids, essential proteins and lots of minerals. These seeds are rich in vitamin B like thiamine, niacin, folate and minerals like magnesium, potassium, manganese, iron, zinc, phosphorus and copper. Besides, they are a great source of calories with 100 grams of watermelon seeds providing around 600 grams of calories.
Hibiscus sabdariffa is a member of the Malvaceae family. It is an annual herb that grows to 6 feet or more, stems are glabrous; lower leaves are ovate with the upper leaves being 3-5 palmately lobed. The flowers are axillary or in terminal racemes, the petals are white with a reddish center at the base of the staminal column, the calyx enlargens at maturity and the fruit is fleshy and bright red. It is known as roselle (English), l’oiselle (French), jamaica (Spanish), karkade (Arabic), bissap (Wolof) and dâ (Bambara) among other names.
The calyces are used to make cold and hot beverages in many of the world’s tropical and subtropical countries. In China the seeds are used for their oil and the plant is used for medicinal properties. The leaves and powdered seeds are eaten in West Africa.
Purple-red colour. A well balanced, tart and astringent flavor. Some cranberry notes as well as a slight drying effect. Not excessively tart, acidic or bitter. Should be free of off-flavours and other undesirable spice/botanical notes.