Good news for Avocado lovers in Northeast
Avocado is gaining popularity among the new generation because of its taste and health benefits. Very soon, the Northeast is making its names in the list of its cultivators from the seven states of India.
Avocado is a fruit that is native to South-Central Mexico. It took thousands of years to become a global trend.
India was no exception to adapt the plantation of this non-commercial fruit, which initially started from South-Central India and now has spread across to our very own Northeast.
Popularly known as the "butter fruit", it bears enormous health benefits that are hard to ignore, and so is the cost of the fruit.
Popularly known as the "butter fruit", it bears enormous health benefits that are hard to ignore, and so is the cost of the fruit.It might have taken some time to adapt to the taste of this buttery milk fruit, but once you get a taste of it, it is pretty irresistible and hence, worth selling out.
Avocados keep your heart healthy and are capable of protecting you against several types of cancer. It is also a rich source of Vitamin C, E, K and B-6 in addition to lutein, beta-carotene and omega-3 fatty acids.
Cities from Sikkim, Meghalaya, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and now Assam have largely been reaping the benefits of its growing popularity and having perfect conditions.
Northeast has now started growing the exotic fruit and has scooped its territory in the commercial market with the plantation of Avocados.
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