• Dried
  • Moisture : 10-12%
  • Grade A
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Also known as Asam Jawa in Indonesian, it has been known for a long time for its fruit. The fruit has a fleshy, juicy, acidic pulp. It is mature when the flesh is colored brown or reddish-brown. In Indonesia, tamarind is cultivated for its fruit and hardwood for many purposes. In Indonesia, they grow rapidly and flourish due to the tropical climate and fertile soil.


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