Our organic red chili comes from Jodhpur, a famous chili growing district located in Rajasthan. These organic Mathania red chilis are whole and have become famous for their red color, delicious taste and perfectly formed body. It is commonly used a dry spice and provides a pungent taste to dishes. Another common name for this chili is Mathania lal mirch.
As a Certified USDA Organic, non-GMO and vegan product, organic Mathania chilis perfectly complement vegan and vegetarian lifestyles. Certified USDA Organic products are grown and produced using methods that preserve the environment while avoiding synthetic materials such as antibiotics and pesticides. Such products are produced by organic farmers and processors that preserve natural resources and biodiversity, only use approved materials, support animal health and welfare, do not use genetically modified ingredients (GMOs), receive annual inspections, and separate organic food from non-organic food. They also follow standards that cover the product from farm to table, including pest control, soil and water quality, and rules for food additives. Natural Mathania chilis are a GMO-free food, meaning no specific changes were introduced into its DNA via genetic engineering. These Mathania chilis is also a vegan food, which means they exclude all forms of animal products including meat, eggs, dairy, poultry, seafood and honey. We recommend storing this 1.76oz package in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
|Nutrient||Unit||Value per 100 g||1 tsp = 2.0g|
|Total lipid (fat)||g||6.2||0.12|
|Carbohydrate, by difference||g||31.6||0.63|
|Fiber, total dietary||g||30.2||0.60|
|Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid||mg||75||1.50|
|Vitamin A, RAE||^g||62||1.24|
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