Net Wt.: 12ml
Gross Wt: 20gm
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“Chuli,” the wild apricot growing abundantly in Ladakh of the trans-Himalayan region of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India. This apricot yields bitter kernels called “khante” which are utilized primarily for extraction of apricot kernel oil by the aboriginal communities. Apricot kernel oil is dominated by the presence of omega 3 fats.
Short Story About Producers
Ms Tashi Dolma from Dha-Hanu village lovingly tended and harvested these apricots over a period of five months. The kernels are separated from the fruit and cracked individually, then it is hand-pressed to produce the oil. Buying from Ladakh Basket, you have committed to empowering hundreds of women like her to lead a better life for themselves and their families. Ladakh Basket appreciates your support.
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