We export onions of the highest quality in the market
and always make sure that our products conform to the required
specifications we export onions from our farms and from some suppliers and make sure that our products are of the highest quality in order to
To maintain our reputation first and in order to satisfy our customers
we have exported onions to a number of European countries including Belgium, England, Germany and some Arab countries as well
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We can provide the required quantities of the highest quality because we have been working in the export market for four years and we have enough experience in that.
We also have onion suppliers who have been working with us for more than four years with good European experience.
And they 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 offer 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 our quality and prices that are not comparable
Specifications and details
Product Name : Egyptian Onion
Varity : Red Onion / Golden Onion / Spring Onion
Size : 40 , 50 , 60 , 70 , 80 , 90 , 100 mm
Packing : Mesh Bag
Unite weight : 5 , 10 , 15 , 20 , 25 KG
One Container 40 ft 25 Ton
Some of the benefits of different onions from the medical website
One of the most important benefits of onions is that it contains large amounts of antioxidants, quercetin and flavonoids, which contribute to inhibiting or slowing down cell and tissue damage in the body
. Studies have shown that coursine found in onions contributes to the elimination of free radicals in the body and inhibits oxidation processes associated with porridge sclerosis (atherosclerosis) and coronary heart disease.
Also on vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant in itself, which performs the harmful effect of minerals in the blood
there are other sources of queercytin other than onions, namely apples and tea, but recent studies in the Netherlands have shown that courystin from onions is absorbed into the body twice as high as that found in tea, even three times higher than that found in apples.