Our local production in Uzbekistan
Export of the leaves, buds, and berries of the wild-growing capers in brine in plastic drums to the markets of Italy, Spain, and Greece.
10- plastic drums
brand «Healthy Capers»:
brand «Avicenna’s Recipe»:
The pomegranate known for It's Scarlet Grains of Health originated in second millennium BC, eaten in prehistoric times viewed as a symbol of fertility. In Christian culture pomegranate, along with a lily and a bee, is a symbol of the Virgin Mary. The crown-like form of pomegranates’ carpel made it a symbol of the monarchic power.
The pomegranate's medicinal value the mature fruit contains vitamins (A, B, C, E), antioxidants, fructose and glucose, tannins and organic acids, as well as calcium, potassium, iodine, silicon and iron. Stewed pomegranate seeds and peel possess choleretic effect, it helps to cope with various kinds of gastrointestinal and heart diseases. Fresh pomegranate juice helps to rise hemoglobin level, support body's ability to resist infections, improves appetite and raises the mood.
The cultivation of pomegranate is widespread in Uzbekistan
Peanuts contain a unique amount of antioxidants and fiber. These are substances that dieticians often forget about, equating them to ballast food. And in vain, because fiber is essential for healthy digestion, and antioxidants rejuvenate the skin and contribute to the prevention of cancer and heart disease.
Peanuts will be useful to those who actively seeks to lose weight, because it is able to quickly cope with a feeling of hunger. The proteins found in peanuts are distinguished by an ideal amino acid ratio, and the fiber contributes to the removal of toxins from the body.
Other useful properties are also due to the fact that due to its unique composition it improves memory, attention and hearing, strengthens the nervous system, increases potency, rejuvenates the skin, is useful in gastritis, helps with insomnia, normalizes liver function, and lowers cholesterol.
For 8,000 years Chickpeas have been cultivated (often used for cooking hummus) Chickpeas contain lots of essential amino acids / proteins
Chickpeas are a good source of fibre
Chickpeas contain vitamin B1, B6, folic acid, magnesium, iron and zinc
Chickpeas have a low glycaemic index our organic chickpeas are grown in Uzbekistan are sorted separately and cleaned several times. They are are very large with a minimum diameter of 8 mm, pale to beige in colour, have the typical chickpea shape and a characteristically strong pleasant chickpea taste that even after cooking the taste remains and they have a nice soft consistency.
The rich redness of the skins is a sign of nature at its most
pure, unroasted, unsalted, unoiled, with lots of nutrients, from
Uzbekistan, Row-Food, Vegan, Our raw organic The red peanuts still
have their original natural peanut taste. Raw peanuts have an
intensive strong flavour and are slightly bitter. The peanuts‘
consistency is barely different from that of roasted peanuts, so
roasting them would not improve the quality. The peanuts are harvested from the plant only when
they are sufficiently dry.
Uzbek apple species, Malus sieversii—a wild apple that Newton describes as "small but highly coloured with a very nice sweet flavor"—is one of the key ancestors of all cultivated apples grown and eaten around the world. So rich and unique is this species, Newton says, that on one wild apple tree, "you can see more variation in apple form than you see in the entire cultivated apple crop in Britain. You can get variation in fruit size, shape, colour, flavour, even within the tree, and certainly from tree to tree."During the process of selective breeding throughout the years to give us so many exotic kinds of the 3,000 known varieties account for more than 70 percent of the world's production. From the original stock of apples many traits that might still be valuable—genes for disease resistance, say, or heat tolerance—were left behind. For breeders of apples and other fruits today, tapping the riches of the original Garden has become a practical strategy—and saving it from destruction, Newton says, an urgent necessity
The ancient woodlands of former Soviet republics of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan—are home to more than 300 wild fruit and nut trees. They include walnut trees, eight to ten species of cherry, up to ten species of almond, four or five plum tree species, and four wild species of apple. 44 species of trees and shrubs in the region are "critically endangered, endangered, or vulnerable." .n 2010, a research team led by Riccardo Velasco of the Edmund Mach Foundation in Trento, Italy, took knowledge of apples themselves to a new level: They sequenced the complete genome of the domesticated apple Malus domestica. It has the highest number of genes—57,000—of any plant genome studied so far, and about 36,000 more genes than humans have.
Velasco's team also identified M. sieversii as the wild ancestor of domestic apples, reporting that it was domesticated in Central Asia some 3,000 to 4,000 years ago. But it turns out not to be the only grandma of the Granny Smith.
A Bukhara-born in the year 980 philosopher Avicenna recommended using liquid extracts from caper buds to soothe the effects of hemorrhoids and toothaches. The bush itself, he said, could be exploited to treat asthma or even purge the body of parasitic worms.
The Capparis Spinosa variety of the plant already grows in the wild across Uzbekistan and is popularly known as “wild little watermelons.” Scientists at the Namangan Institute of Engineering and Technology and the Tashkent State Agrarian University have done tests to develop new techniques to develop caper cultivation in controlled conditions, but they warn that it will take time to see any results. “Capers, like melons and watermelons, proliferate very widely in Uzbekistan, but they only grow in the wild. The fruit of the caper is usually about 5 centimeters long and 3 centimeters wide. Caper bushes are hardy plants and require little moisture, the leaves are often used as feed for livestock, although in a convenient feature, they are usually spurned by otherwise omnivorous goats, vast numbers of which roam the Uzbek countryside. With relatively little outlay and labor, capers can be harvested four times a year, Each plant yields around six to eight kilograms.
The bigger picture here is that President Mirziyoyev has become a champion of agricultural diversification in the interests of boosting the value of the country’s exports. Last year, Uzbekistan sold 818,500 tons of fruits and vegetables abroad, a 38 percent increase on the year before. The export market is dominated in terms of cash value by perennial favourites like cherries, raisins, apricots, grapes, beans, tomatoes, fresh herbs, peaches and persimmons. As of last year, Uzbekistan began exporting to nine new markets, including those caper sales to Spain and Italy. Other newly opened markets include Lebanon for walnuts; Israel, Vietnam and the Czech Republic for raisins; Belgium and Holland for dried fruits; and Switzerland for fresh grapes and melons.
Sale of the buds and berries of the wild-growing capers in brine in jars in supermarket chains of the Russian Federation and UAE . Point 1: Annually the territory of Jizzakh Region (Forish, Jizzakh, Zomin, Zarbdor, and G’allaorol districts) allows at average to collect the leaves, buds, and berries of the wild-growing capers in brine:
Point 2: Pure water is available in the whole territory of Jizzakh Region of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Food salt of the first quality is usually bought from the local companies-manufacturers of Uzbekistan in the required quantity.
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We are involved in an expansion project to increase production capacity and broaden the produce we are preparing for export.
We are called DSK Business Group: Healthy Food Industry because we are a collective of Quality orientated professionals that are dealing with organic certified products from Uzbekistan including organic dried and fruit prepared with the individually quick-frozen (IQF) also nuts, herbs and spices.
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Uzbekistan is famous for its wild almond forests which have been the origin of many of the endemic varieties of this almond. Wild almonds have a prized genetic heritage, highly valued in the process of transmitting it to cultivated plants to create new varieties and shapes.
A large part of the local almond varieties has been obtained using natural selection, starting from local shapes originating from seeds like the Uzbek “paper shell” variety . The tree is average height. Notwithstanding early flowering, resistant to spring frosts, the fruit ripens halfway through the year. Productivity per tree can get up to 6-8 kg; the almonds are average size (1.91 gr). The seed yields 58.8% maximum and has up to 57.7% fats. This almond is prized for its top qualities and fast ripening.
the most expensive agricultural export product from Uzbekistan is salted apricot kernels. Apricot kernels are the seeds found inside the pits (stones) of fresh apricots. Apricot kernels resemble small almonds and have an almond-like taste. There are two types of apricot kernels, based on taste, bitter and sweet. Both bitter and sweet apricot kernels naturally contain amygdalin.
APRICOT KERNEL FROM UZBEKISTAN
Apricot kernel, differs from almonds in size, shape and taste. The almond on a shade of taste resembles a nut, and at an apricot kernel it is possible to notice a fruit aftertaste. In size, it is slightly smaller than almonds, and in shape – rounder
Barberries are the tart, red berries of the Berberis vulgaris plant. They contain a unique compound called berberine, which acts as an antioxidant. It may help improve blood sugar control, treat diarrhea, and fight inflammation related to dental infections and acne. Barberry is an evergreen shrub of the genus "Berberis" and the family Berberidaceae, growing throughout the temperate and sub-tropical regions of the world. It has a long history of traditional use as a folk remedy for digestive disorders, heartburn and various other ailments. It is thought that the many benefits of this herb stem from its plant alkaloids, in particular "berberine", the active ingredient that is also found in Goldenseal. Barberry has been extensively used throughout many traditional medicine systems, most notably by the Native Uzbeks.
Currant from Uzbekistan Currants are dried, black, seedless grapes. Currants are an excellent source of antioxidants and polyphenol compounds (1) (flavonoids, anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, procyanidins, resveratrol) and it has a very high antioxidant content (2). The currants have some advantages over several other fruits because they are coming from black/deep blue grapes, which are considered as better phenolic source than white grape in antioxidants and anthocyanins (3). The drying of currants under low relative humidity and in moderate temperatures allows the preservation of antioxidants and vitamins of grapes when they are turned to currants.
Our Healthy Food Industry Uzbekistan based dried sour cherries, are species of Prunus in the subgenus Cerasus (cherries). It is closely related to the sweet cherry (Prunus avium), but has a fruit that is more acidic, has greater nutritional benefits, and may have greater medicinal effects..
Dried tart cherries are a sweet, tart, and flavorful treat that is great for snacking, cooking, and baking. Our delicious tart Montmorency cherries are rich in antioxidants and nutrients that support heart health and reduce inflammation. Try our sour cherries straight out of the bag, in trail mix, or in baked goods.
Goji berries, which are considered as valuable medicinal plants, are grown in Samarkand region of Uzbekistan
Goji is the fruit of Lycium barbarum and Lycium chinense, two closely related species of boxthorn in the family Solanaceae (which also includes potato, tomato, eggplant, tobacco, etc). The species are native to Asia. Since the early 21st century, there has been growing attention for goji berries for their novelty and nutrient value. They have been termed a superfruit which has led to a profusion of consumer products. In traditional medicine, the whole fruit or its extracts have numerous implied health effects which remain scientifically unconfirmed as of 2014.
Organic Capers Under Production In Uzbekistan & Packaging To Be Shipped Out To The International Marketplace
The corresponding decree was signed by Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, The presidential decree states that starting with the harvest of raw cotton in 2018, as an experiment, the system of ordering and advancing the production of raw cotton directly from farms and other agricultural producers by domestic textile enterprises will be introduced. According to the new order, textile enterprises will finance the basic costs of farming to grow raw cotton by advancing at least 60 percent of the contract's value. All delivered raw cotton should be used only for further deep processing and production of finished competitive products, the document noted. The price for raw cotton purchased by enterprises will be established on a contractual basis based on an analysis of actual costs and profitability of farms. At the same time, it should not be lower than the cost of cotton purchased for state needs. Therefore, the president instructed the government to establish government procurement prices for the "white gold" harvest of 2018 until January 15, 2018.
Enterprises of the textile industry sell cotton seeds to fat-and-oil enterprises, additional products -- to other consumers through exchange trades. This year Uzbekistan collected more than 2.9 million tons of raw cotton. President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev also signed a decree on liquidation of the Uzbekengilsanoat joint-stock company. Thus, the head of state supported the proposal of the textile industry enterprises, the shareholders of the Uzbekengilsanoat JSC and a number of other departments on the establishment of the Uztekstilprom Association. At the same time Uzbekengilsanoat JSC, which combined state regulatory and economic functions, is liquidated. Uzbekistan is expected to achieve full processing of cotton fiber in 2021. By 2020, the capacity of local enterprises will ensure the full processing of cotton produced in Uzbekistan, which can lead to a significant decrease in the export supplies of this crop. Annually, the country grows about 3.5 million tons of raw cotton, produces 1.1 million tons of cotton fiber. Uzbekistan takes consistent steps to increase the volume of cotton fiber processing. In particular, it is planned to create 112 modern, high-tech industrial factories, expand, modernize and technologically upgrade 20 operating capacities. All this will increase the export potential of the industry up to $2.5 billion a year and create more than 25,000 jobs. Uzbekistan is the world's sixth-largest cotton producer among 90 cotton-growing countries exports cotton mainly to China, Bangladesh, Korea and Russia. Currently, Uzbekistan continues to attract foreign investments for construction of textile enterprises in the country.
The Founder of Textile Fabrica is an Uzbekistan Dentist who has a big heart and wants to help all people especially to create good jobs and take part in the changes in government policies and start a textile factory. This factory will be built with state of the art equipment and bring in foreign partners like Canattainit to make sure that the factory will be successfully built and operated and maintained to the top world standards.
Textile Fabrica is created to function with the environment and professional ethics during all business practices. Making sure that all of Textile Fabrica activities follow strict protocols. The cotton production and harvesting will be considered first rate and we are so happy with our business activities we will be filming the whole process for our clients and consumers to know the complete story behind and textiles manufactures by Textile Fabrica .
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