Sekaya Moringa Whole Leaf Powder 10:1 100% Organic

Product Description:

In the Philippines, Moringa is called malunggay. Filipinos grew up with malunggay on their dining table, usually placed over hot broth or as a main vegetable dish, contributing to the meal’s extra nutritional value. Sekaya Moringa Whole Leaf Powder comes from moringa leaves harvested from the foot of the mountain, gently air-dried to keep the bio-actives intact. It has an ORAC-H activity of 63,150 umol TE/100g, and 197.9 umol Quercetin equivalent/100g. Each kilogram of powder is equivalent to a total of 10 kilograms of 100% fresh leaves of Moringa. A proprietary processing method was used that contributed to the freshly picked scent of the product and its bright color. Organic | HALAL


200G, 30KG

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Market Availability:


Net Weight per Pack:

200 G, 30 KG


Ingredients/raw materials used:

100% Moringa Whole Leaf


Dehydration / Drying


100% Moringa Leaf

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Major Export Markets:

Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, South Korea, South Korea, Switzerland, United States of America


FDA-LTO/CPR, Organic, Halal


Kraft Pouch, Plastic Bag In Drum,

Minimum Order Size:

One Pallet


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