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Pea eggplant

Season: All year round | Flavor: Slight bitter taste

Small green peas clustered together with short stems resemble small grape bunch.

Benefits : Packed with Sodium

Primary uses : In pickles, soups, authentic Thai chilli paste.


Season: April – June/ December – January | Flavor: Sweet

When ripe, pineapple is very sweet and succulent, with a soft, fragrant pulp.

Benefits : Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese. It is also a very good source of copper and a good source of vitamin B1 & B6, dietary fiber, Folate and Pantothenic acid.


Season: August – November | Flavor: Sweet with slightly bitter after taste

It’s little like a grapefruit and member of citrus fruits’ family in Pink & Yellow varieties

Benefits : Pomelos are popular is due to their strong nutritional value, including their vitamins, minerals, and organic content like vitamin B6 & C, Potassium, dietary fiber and magnesium.


Season: May – September | Flavor: Sweet, slightly acidic

Spiky Green stalks and Pinkish external skin encases cloudy White refreshing fruit in a delightful oval shape.

Benefits : It is a conglomeration of vitamins and minerals, all encased in a sweet and juicy little package. Despite its small size, it actually packs a considerable amount of vitamin C, which is important for helping keep your immune system healthy and flushing out toxins..

Red Chilli

Season: All year round | Flavor: Very Spicy

Famous for their intense heat with heart of the flavor in the seeds.

Benefits : Contains up to seven times the vitamin C level of an Orange and has a range of health benefits, including fighting sinus congestion, aiding digestion and helping to relieve migraines and muscle, joint and nerve pain. It's also a good source of vitamins A and E, Beta-carotene, Folic acid and Potassium.

Primary uses : In any dish to bring up the heat

Rose Apple

Season: All year round | Flavor: Sweet

Refreshingly juicy fruit, best consumed on a hot day

Benefits : Rich in vitamin A & C, dietary fiber, Calcium, Thiamin, Niacin, Iron, Sulfur, and Potassium. In terms of organic compounds, rose apples contain Jambosine, Betulinic acid, and Friedelolactone.


Season: September – December | Flavor: Sweet (sweeter when riper)

It has a caramel Brown skin with honey-flavored juicy Brown flesh

Benefits : Fiber is a key part of good nutrition as it benefits the body in several ways. Sapodilla gives 5.6 grams per 100 grams of dietary fiber, thus making it an excellent laxative.


Season: All year round | Flavor: Umami

Mushrooms are select edible fungi from fungi family that have a hearty meat-like texture that can enhance any dish.

Benefits : Good source of Dietary Fiber, Protein, Vitamin C, Folate, Iron, Zinc and Manganese, and a very good source of Vitamin D, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Pantothenic Acid, Phosphorus, Potassium, Copper and Selenium.

Variety available : Shitake, Enoki, Eryngii, Oyester, White Shimeji, Black Shimeji, White fungus, Black fungus.

Primary uses : In soups, salads, stir fried dishes and sandwiches.

Snake Fruit (Fruit of Memory)

Season: April – June | Flavor: Slightly sour

It has a unique red, scaly exterior, which earns it the nickname snake fruit. These fruits are only about the size of figs and may resemble a large garlic clove when peeled.

Benefits : High level of Potassium and Pectin. Contains nutrients like Thiamine, Iron and Calcium as well as vitamin C. It also has anti-diarrheal properties although if too many Snake fruit are consumed it can result in constipation.

Sweet Basil

Season: All year round | Flavor: Aromatic & slightly spicy

Herb that grows easily and adds well to many dishes

Benefits : Basil is an excellent source of vitamin A(in the form of carotenoids such as beta-carotene), C, K and Manganese; a very good source of Copper, Calcium, Iron, Folate, Magnesium and Omega-3 fatty acids.

Primary uses : In stir-fried dishes and some Italian foods

Sweet Corn

Season: All year round | Flavor: Sweet

Sweet corn kernels are tender and juicy, they bring extra munch when added to dishes.

Benefits : Sweet corn is loaded with Lutein and Zeaxanthin, two phytochemicals that promote healthy vision.

Primary uses : Eaten boiled, stir-fried or cooked with other vegetables

Sweet Tamarind

Season: Jan – March/ December | Flavor: Sweet when ripened, else sour

The riper it is, more palatable it is. It is used in desserts, to make jam, blended into juices, sorbets, ice creams etc.

Benefits : High source of dietary fiber, vitamins A & C and chemical compounds such as citric acids, phytochemicals such as Thiamin, Folic acid, Riboflavin, Niacin. Also rich in Copper, Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Selenium, Zinc and Magnesium.