Green Rootz offers 100% all-natural powders from a wide variety of fruits and vegetables that can be used as additives, supplements and ingredients. They not only ensure superior quality colour but also add flavour and enhance nutrition to consumer goods, health and wellness products as well as beverages.
How we keep it real and authentic?
We work hard to retain the original nutrients, enzymes, flavour and colour while making the best powder that is available in the market today.
It is our principle to NOT add any synthetic additives, flavours or concentrates to our fruit and vegetable powders. That is why it is easy to distinguish Green Rootz products from the rest; the colour, texture and taste of our powders are a guaranteed healthy and convenient substitute to actual fruits and vegetables in various food and beverages.
Cheese powders are super versatile and can be used in various food items. They have proved to be convenient to numerous food manufacturers over the last few years.
At Green Rootz, our large range of cheese powders come from natural, vegetarian and premium dairy products, sourced from reputed dairies. Our cheese powders are 100% natural, cheese-based products that are dried to increase the versatility of use in food manufacturing. They:
• Are available in a variety of flavours to cater to our customers' formulation needs
• Have a long non-refrigerated shelf life and are ideal for use in low-moisture and low-water-activity applications. The powdered form simplifies scaling and raises usability in manufacturing
Today, dairy powders are widely used in the following: ice creams, bakery products, dairy drinks, infant formula, nutritional products and many others.
Our team of experts has developed an extensive range of dairy based ingredients that are derived from quality milk products. Based on our philosophy, these products are natural in origin and are sourced from renowned dairies which offer high quality and ensure traceability of their products.
Apple powder, derived from nutrient-rich apples, have found many applications in the food, dietary supplement and cosmeceutical industries. Whether for cooking, nutritional supplements or natural cosmetics.
Banana powder, derived from nutrient-rich bananas, have found many applications in the food, dietary supplement and cosmeceutical industries. Whether for cooking, nutritional supplements or natural cosmetics, bananas provide high levels of fiber, potassium and vitamin A.
The fruit Chikoo has an exceptionally sweet and delicious flavour along with lots of nutritional values. Chikoo is one of the best fruits to provide quick energy as Sapodilla is loaded with fructose and sucrose and regarded as a natural boosting energy food. This sweetie fruit is the store house of many nutrients, which is good for well being. It is a rich source of antioxidants, vitamin A, C and E, copper, iron, etc.
Custard apple is a storehouse of Vitamin C, which is an anti-oxidant and helps in neutralizing free radicals. Vitamin A present in the fruit is good for hair, eyes and healthy skin. Custard apple contains magnesium, which plays vital role in relaxing muscles and protecting heart against diseases. Potassium and Vitamin B6 are also present in custard apple. It is a rich source of dietary fiber, which helps indigestion.
Guava is very high in roughage and rich in vitamins, proteins and minerals, but it has no cholesterol and a low number of digestible carbohydrates. Guava also has far less sugar as compared to apples, oranges, grapes, and other fruit. Another of the tremendous positive benefits of guavas is the presence of B3 and B6 vitamins. B3 (also known as niacin) can increase blood flow and stimulates cognitive function. B6 is a great nutrient for brain and nerve function.
Packed with high levels of vitamin C and also with “limonins”, (unique flavonoids with strong antioxidant power), lemons offer considerable nutritional benefits. Lemon acts as a blood purifier and a cleansing agent, so a good drink after lunch or dinner is fresh lemon soda, which is also called fresh lime soda in many places
Boasting high levels of vitamins A, C, and E, soluble fiber, pectin, and unique flavonoids such as mangiferin, mangoes are among the most widely consumed fruits in the world. Mango has played a role in Indian traditional medicine for centuries. Unani physicians used mangos for strengthening the nervous system, fortifying the blood, detoxification, and treating anemia. In the Ayurvedic tradition, dried mango flowers are used to cure dysentery, diarrhea and inflammation of the urinary tract.
Well known for their high amounts of vitamin C, oranges provide a powerful boost of antioxidants for the body.
Oranges are packed with phytonutrient compounds such as citrus flavanones, anthocyanins, hydroxycinnamic acids and polyphenols—and combined with vitamin C, these nutrients make oranges an incredibly powerful food.
Papayas are commonly used to aid digestion. The presence of papain, a digestive super enzyme, improves digestion by breaking down proteins and also cleanses the digestive tract. This ensures a reduced conversion of protein into body fat. Papayas can be great revitalizing agents, which is why they are used in many cosmetics. Papain kills dead cells and purifies the skin.
Pineapple is a popular tropical fruit high in vitamin C and antioxidants. Pineapples are filled with valuable nutrients such as manganese, vitamin B-1, copper, dietary fiber, vitamin B-6, and the unique enzyme bromelain.
One of America’s most popular fruits, the strawberry is a storehouse of antioxidants. These bright red berries boast a uniquely powerful blend of phytonutrients, including anthocyanins, ellagitannins, flavonols, terpenoids and phenolic acids.
Strawberries are filled with hydroxycinnamic acids, stilbenes, vitamin C, manganese, potassium, folate, omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, copper, vitamin B-6, vitamin K, vitamin B-2 and vitamin B-5. Strawberries have been linked with cardiovascular benefits and healthy inflammatory status.
Tamarind fruit contains many volatile phytochemicals such as limonene, geraniol, safrole, cinnamic acid, methyl salicylate, pyrazine and alkylthiazoles. Together, these compounds account for the medicinal properties of tamarind.
This prized condiment spice is a good source of minerals like copper, potassium, calcium, iron, selenium, zinc and magnesium. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure. Iron is essential for red blood cell production and as a co-factor for cytochrome oxidases enzymes.
When it comes to health benefits, tomatoes are well-recognized for being at the top the charts. These plump and juicy powerhouses boast high amounts of lycopene, as well as vitamins C, K and E. Their phytonutrients include flavonones, flavonols, hydroxycinnamic acids, carotenoids, glycosides and fatty acid derivatives.
The nutrients in tomatoes may provide antioxidant protection and are associated with cardiovascular health.
Sweet and juicy watermelon is more than a popular summer fruit: it’s a dense-powerhouse of healthy nutrients, including lycopene, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B-6, vitamin B-1, potassium and magnesium. Watermelons contain a lot of potassium, which is very helpful in cleaning or washing out the toxic depositions in the kidneys.
When it comes to antioxidants, the carrot is a root vegetable packed with power. Carrots offer remarkable levels of phytonutrients, such as anthocyanindins, hydroxycinnamic acids, and the cartenoids alpha-carotene, beta-carotene and lutein. What’s more, they’re high in vitamins A and E. Carrot powder offers a convenient way to lend this popular vegetable’s nutrients to food or supplements.
Garlic, rich in a variety of sulfur-containing compounds, provides considerable health benefits. Garlic has been reported to help lower blood triglycerides and total cholesterol, protect blood cells and blood vessels, work against inflammation, support healthy blood pressure levels and support healthy response to infection.
It has become well-known for its various health benefits, which include its ability to boost bone health, strengthen the immune system, increase your appetite, prevents various types of cancer, improve respiratory conditions, aid digestion, eliminates arthritis symptoms, reduce excess gas, enhance sexual activity, and relieve pains related to menstrual disorders, nausea, and flu. Ginger is on the FDA’s list of generally safe foods and is often used to mask the taste of bitter medicines such as cough syrups.
A diet containing cayenne chili helps to avoid stomach aches, gas, and cramps. Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine recommends for proper digestion as it stimulates the flow of stomach secretions and saliva. Improves Blood circulation.
Mint is a great appetizer or palate cleanser, and it promotes digestion. It also soothes stomachs in cases of indigestion or inflammation. Much of the western world includes mint as a part of appetizers or as an element of palate cleansers, to be eaten before the main course so the food will digest comfortably.
Green, leafy spinach is one of the world’s healthiest vegetables, packed with beta-carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin and high amounts of vitamin K, dietary fiber, manganese, folate, magnesium, iron, vitamin C, vitamin B-2, vitamin E, calcium, potassium, protein and vitamin B-6. Spinach powder for the functional food and dietary supplement markets.
Our cheese powder makes a delicious and velvety smooth sauce for pasta, casseroles, or vegetables. It can also be sprinkled on popcorn, baked potatoes, and other snacks for a cheesy kick!
The free flowing powder obtained has acceptable colour and flavour and is easily reconstitutable. It contains viable lactococci. Curd was standardized to get Curd powder with no free fat and a rich mouth feel and appealing flavour. Formulation of health drink and energy drink mixed based of Curd powder has also been carried out.
Our dairy products are extensively used for Frozen Desserts, Seasonings, Instant Food Products, Soups and Savory snacks.