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Organic Moong Whole

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Variety Available Moong
Speciality Organic
State Of Origin Pan India
Brand Brightcrop
Packaging Size 1 Kg
Country of Origin India
Organic Yes
Cultivation Type Organic
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  • Packed with protein and low on carbohydrates
  • It a rich source of iron and potassium
  • It is lighter than other dals and easier to digest
  • The unpolished Moong Dal is free from added chemicals or coloring additive retaining its goodness and nutrient value
  • 100% Organic – Certified by USDA and as per Indian Organic standard
Weight 1 g
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