|Features||No Artificial Flavour|
|Packaging size||20kg, 50kg|
fresh Amada Curcuma amada, the mango ginger, is a plant of the ginger family Zingiberaceae and is closely related to turmeric. The rhizomes are very similar to ginger but have a raw mango taste. They are used in making pickles in south India and chutneys in north india. The taxonomy of the species is a subject of some confusion as some authorities have considered the name C. mangga as identical while others describe it as a distinct species with C. mangga being found in southern India while C. amada is of east Indian origin. From Assam, Megalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, etc Also available in powder form. Used in pickles, chatneys etc.