Areca nut is the seed of the fruit of ‘Areca catechu’, from the family of palms which is mainly grown in South Asian and Asian region as well as few other parts of the world. Areca nut is one of the main ingredients in widely used chewing products along with betel leaves in many Asian and Oceanic countries which runs back to thousands years as a tradition among the people in these regions. Moreover Areca nut is the fourth most common addiction around the globe after tobacco, alcohol and caffeine. Consumption of Areca nut is mainly seen in India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Taiwan and many South Asian islands which have a clear bond with their culture, religions and tradition. It is believed that Sri Lanka is one of the native countries for ‘Areca catechu L’ which has some significant factors varying from other Areca nuts from the same family.



Dried fruit is fruit from which the majority of the original water content has been removed through natural drying, sun drying, or through the use of specialized dryers or dehydrators. Dried fruit has a long tradition of use dating back to the fourth millennium BC in Mesopotamia, and is prized because of its sweet taste, nutritive value and long shelf-life. They are organically grown, processed with no added sugar, no flavours, no colours, no preservatives and no additives.



Turmeric paste manufactured is made from turmeric roots sourced from local farms. This can be used as a substitute to turmeric powder, provides more value for money while retaining the pure turmeric flavour and the same medicinal, health and nutritional benefits. Royal Bio Products manufactured turmeric paste is made by grinding turmeric root with a pinch of salt into a paste to both enhance the flavour and bring out a yellowish-gold colour. This should be stored in a refrigerator to maintain freshness; this can be preserved longer by mixing with salt.