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Taste the Tanginess of “Superfood”, Amla with Niche Agriculture Limited

Cultivated all through India and adjacent nations, "AMLA" has picked up a following all through the world as a "superfruit."

KJ Staff
Harisharan Devgan
Harisharan Devgan

Cultivated all through India and adjacent nations, "AMLA" has picked up a following all through the world as a "superfruit." It's no astonishing — a 100-gram serving of new amla berries contains the amount of vitamin C equivalent to 20 oranges. 

Amla or Indian gooseberry is endemic and primitive to the sub-continent of India. Botanically Amla is referred to as Phyllanthus Emblica and is deciduous in nature. In India, Amla is considered both therapeutic and sanctified. This produce is exclusively popular within the East and is employed in Ayurveda for the preparation of medicines. In India, the Amla tree is cultivated in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Tamil Nadu. 

Amla plant has an approximate height of 8-18 meters. The tree has a crooked trunk with smooth exfoliating bark that is greyish brown in colour. This tree is usually grown in a subtropical, tropical, dry arid, and semi-arid climate. The minimum annual rainfall required for Amla cultivation is around 600-800 mm. The tender Amla plants are delicate to parched, hot and withered conditions. Mature Amla trees can tolerate freezing and high temperatures around 46˚C. The plants do not nurture in frigid temperatures and frost. 

Niche Agriculture Limited grows Amla on its farms in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. Niche Farms are well adapted to dry regions and the farm’s soil is purely sandy and has moderate alkalinity which is ideal for growing amla. Niche Agriculture uses 15 kg of decomposed organic farm manure and 0.5 kg of phosphorous and mulched with pruned branches and organic materials to increase the production. Niche farms use drip irrigation which is considered the best technique for amla orchards. Also, organic pesticides are being utilized for the common pests and diseases that infect the Amla plants and helps in controlling fungal diseases. Niche agriculture Limited grows finest quality of Amla in the pristine environment and is a global exporter of this fruit.  

Niche Amla Berries are filled up with all essential nutrients for improving immunity, boosting metabolism, and longevity. The healing and medicinal properties of Niche Amla are innumerable as it is loaded with calcium, iron, phosphorous, carotene, vitamin B, protein, and fibre. 

The powerhouse of antioxidants and vitamin C, Niche amla prevents the formation of cancer cells and is an amazing immune booster. It is low on calories and loaded with a host of phenolic phytochemicals like flavonoids, anthocyanins, and a potent source of Vitamin A. For improving liver function, boosting vitality and providing energy, and for numerous healing benefits including prevention of cancer, delayed aging, fighting inflammation, and boosting memory, Niche Amla is best to eat which will shields the body against harmful bacteria and inflammation. 

With a view of "Live Evergreen", Niche Agriculture Limited grows the best nourishing, opulent, organic, pulpy, delicious, healthy, and preservative-free, a green coloured translucent fruit, Amla that serves immense health benefits building immunity and metabolism. Niche Amla has twice the antioxidant power compared to 17 pomegranates which help in weight loss, improving the digestive processes, and is rich in fibre content. 

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