Carrots are one of the most widely used and enjoyed vegetables in the world, partly because they grow relatively easily, and are very versatile in a number of dishes and cultural cuisines. Carrots are available throughout the year because it grows in virtually all climate conditions. They are scientifically classified as Daucus carota and categorized as a root vegetable. They are typically orange in color, but there are purple, white, yellow, and red carrots also out there, just not as common. The taproot of the carrot is the part of the vegetable most commonly eaten, although the greens are still beneficial in salads and other forms. Both the young and old likes them because of their crunchy texture and sweet taste. The many medicinal and health benefits of carrots, along with its delicious taste, are what makes this such an important vegetable in most stores and markets across the globe. Carrots contains beta-carotene; in which its good consumption has been linked to a reduced risk of several cancers, notably lung cancer, and fiber; which is one of the most important elements in maintaining good digestive health. This root vegetable is also a good source of antioxidant agents. Furthermore, they are rich in vitamin A, C, K, and B8, as well as pantothenic acid, folate, potassium, iron, copper, and manganese. Some other health benefits of carrots include reduced cholesterol, lower risk of heart attacks, improved vision, and reduce signs of premature aging. Furthermore, carrots have the ability to increase the health of your skin, boost the immune system, increase cardiovascular health, detoxify the body, and boost oral health in a variety of ways.
In Nkataa, carrots are well packaged in different sizes of 1.2kg, 400g and 800g portions and are always kept fresh for our customers in a cool, dry place. We make sure we deliver carrots with smooth, orange skin with no blemishes or soft patches as we thoroughly confirm these features before delivery.
Buy Carrot (1.2kg) today at Nkataa for the best price ever in Abuja – Nigeria.