About The Product

Amla is the round-shaped, vertical-striped fibrous fruit of the deciduous tree "Euphorbiaceae". ... Amla, due its sour taste, is mostly used in the preparation of variations of pickles along with other ingredients, the most common ones being the spicy pickle and Amla Murabba, a dish of candied amla.


Amla berries are rich in antioxidants, which reduce the risk of chronic health conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

Nutritional Facts

Amla is an excellent source of Vitamin C and E. It increases immunity and fights off free radicals. It is beneficial in preventing aging, cancer and cell damage.


It may be kept in cold storage for 7-8 days at 0-2°C and 85-90% relative humidity.