Curry leaves come from the 'Rutaceae' family and are popularly used in the Indian Subcontinent and parts of Asia. They are used in food to accentuate flavours through their distinct aroma, and are also used in ayurveda for their medicinal properties.

Because of its antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti inflammatory properties, the plant leaves are used to cure indigestion and diarrhea, and also helps diabetics in reducing their blood sugar levels.
    All year round.    
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    Curry Leaves

The produce should be packed in a clear bag with the stems at the bottom of the bag. They are exported by using a strong cardboard or plastic outer, without staples or wooden packaging.

The box labels will include details as they apply to: pack date, harvest date, origin, weight, product name, supplier name, class of product.