|Supply Ability:||11000 Ton/Tons per Week|
|Brand Name:||Frozen taro|
|Place of Origin:||Lam Dong Vietnam|
|Packaging Detail:||1kg, 2kg, 5kg / PE bag 10kg/ Carton|
Nutrition Facts of Taro Root
B1: 9% RDA
B2: 2% RDA
B3: 3% RDA
B5: 7% RDA
B6: 25% RDA
The taro root (or corm) is an incredibly popular carbohydrate source, with around 30g per 100 being digestible carbohydrates. The taro root is a starchy root vegetable with a similar profile to the common potato, though it differs quite markedly in terms of taste (with the taro being sweeter and slightly almond/nutty) and other nutrient levels.
Starches have received an unnecessarily negative press recently due to the rise of low-carbohydrate diets, taro root – along with other tubers such as the potato and sweet potato – includes a large quantity of starch: non-sugar carbohydrates which provide a large amount of slower-releasing energy.
1kg, 2kg, 5kg / PE bag