Gooseberry Training Programme
Phyllanthus emblica, also known as emblic or emblic myrobalan or myrobalan, Indian gooseberry is well known over the world for its delicious fruits having rich medicinal properties and values. In Gooseberry Training Programme, Amla fruits are a very rich source of vitamin C having an ascorbic acid content varying from 0.9% to 1.3%, the second highest among all the fruits cultivated. Awala (Amla) Juice is regarded as rasayan (Tonic) in Ayurveda.
In Gooseberry Training Programme, Amla consumed as such in large quantities. The major quantity of Amala is used making chayavanprash, ayurvedic medicines, cosmetic products and other value added products like preserve, juice, ready-to-serve drink, sherbet, jam, fruit bar, dehydrated amla whole or powder, mouth freshners, etc. Chayavanprash is generally considered as health tonic in all respects whereas ayurvedic products like TRIFALA is used for constipation and cosmetic products like hair oils or creams are useful for keeping hair and skin healthy respectively. The food products as enlisted are considered healthy and source of vitamin C.
Who Should Attend
Progressive farmers, Small marginal farmers, Amla Product buyers, Sales all those who wish to know about Gooseberry Processing & its opportunities
- Detail understanding about Gooseberry Processing and solve ur all questions
- Understanding how to earn from this Business
- Direct interaction with industry experts/Successful entrepreneurs
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