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Himalayan Jungle Honey

350.00699.00

Valley Culture’s Jungle Honey is extracted from the dense forest of Thano region of Doon Valley. The forest is home to various species of trees such as Sal

Himalayan Jungle Honey

350.00699.00

Valley Culture’s Jungle Honey is extracted from the dense forest of Thano region of Doon Valley. The forest is home to various species of trees such as Sal, Khair, Sheesham, Sagon, Curry and Gulmohar.

Harsil Rajma

200.00

Easy to cook, great to eat, this rajma is any cook’s dream come true! Grown naturally in the high altitudes of Gangotri, without inorganic fertilizers or c

Harsil Rajma

200.00

Easy to cook, great to eat, this rajma is any cook’s dream come true! Grown naturally in the high altitudes of Gangotri, without inorganic fertilizers or chemical pesticides

Himalayan Gahat Dal (Horse Gram)

160.00

Get, set, Gehat! Love your kidneys? Go for Gahat or Gehat or Kulath Ki Dal! This superfood is a storehouse of nutrition and rich in protein, dietary fiber, m

Himalayan Gahat Dal (Horse Gram)

160.00

Get, set, Gehat! Love your kidneys? Go for Gahat or Gehat or Kulath Ki Dal! This superfood is a storehouse of nutrition and rich in protein, dietary fiber, minerals, and vitamins.

Himalayan Navrangi Dal

160.00

Colorfully yours! As the name suggests, Navrangi or Naurangi Dal has nine colours of grains. A specialty pulse of Uttarakhand, Navrangi dal is grown withou

Himalayan Navrangi Dal

160.00

Colorfully yours! As the name suggests, Navrangi or Naurangi Dal has nine colours of grains. A specialty pulse of Uttarakhand, Navrangi dal is grown without chemicals and fertilizers, unprocessed, under the multi-crop system.

Barnyard Millet

110.00

Whew! This superfood is almost 3,000 years old and grown in the lap of the Himalayas, in the hilly regions of Uttarakhand. Also known as shyama in Bengali, m

Barnyard Millet

110.00

Whew! This superfood is almost 3,000 years old and grown in the lap of the Himalayas, in the hilly regions of Uttarakhand. Also known as shyama in Bengali, moraiyo in Gujarati, sanwa rice in Hindi, oodalu in Kannada, kuthiraivali in Tamil and udalu in Telugu

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