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Molokhia

Export Molokhia

We export Molokhia with the best quality
We always make sure that our products accordance with the European specifications.

We export Molokhia from our farms and from some suppliers and always make sure that our products are of the highest quality in order to maintain our reputation first and in order to satisfy our customers .


We have exported Molokhia to a number of European countries including Belgium, England, Germany and some Arab countries as well.

We can provide the required quantities of the highest quality because we have been working in the export market since four years and we have enough experience in that.

We also have Molokhia suppliers working with them for more than four years on good experience with European specifications and are fully familiar with working with us and what we want from the specifications.

In addition to our own farms we use our suppliers in case of huge quantities .
We always provide the best prices in the market while maintaining the quality of course.

We have a customer base we have been working with for more than three years and this is due to their confidence in us and to our quality and prices that do not compare.


We like to offer you Egyptian vegetables with the best quality
We always make sure that our products accordance with the European specifications 

What is Molokhia? from (organicfacts)

Molokhia is only one name of dozens of this leafy plant of the Corchorus species, which is commonly utilized in Egyptian and Middle Eastern cuisine. [1] It is also known as mulukhiyah, molohiya, mloukhiya, and a number of other translations, depending on where in the world you happen to be using this beneficial vegetable! The historical usage and the bitter taste may be the reason that molokhia isn’t too common around the world, but the taste and consistency are not much different than okra or various other cruciferous vegetable leaves. [2] When boiled, molokhia makes a kind of broth, making it a common ingredient in soups.

Molokhia originated in Egypt, but has since spread throughout the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern region, and is just beginning to appear in other parts of the world, particularly in exotic import stores. Interestingly enough, depending on the national cuisine you are sampling, you may find molokhia used in a variety of different ways, including as salads, soups, curries, garnishes, spices, or flavoring agents. However, its versatility isn’t the only reason for its popularity. There are more than 30 vitamins, minerals, and trace minerals in molokhia, as well as certain organic compounds that significantly contribute to human health. [3] Let’s take a closer look.

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