Green Orbit Farms provides diverse retail, restaurant, and institutional customers with reliable, year-round supply of produce grown with high standards of food safety and environmental sustainability. We are currently focusing on growing salad crops.
Fresh tomatoes are rich in Vitamins A and C, and full of fiber. They promote healthy skin, weight loss and good heart health. Chop and add them to a sandwich or cook them down with garlic, olive oil and basil for a quick pasta sauce.
Tomatoes usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Cucumbers are low in calories and contain plenty of water and soluble fiber, they’re ideal for promoting hydration and aiding in weight loss. Eat them raw, with a tasty dip or add them to a salad.
Cucumbers usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Celery has a long fibrous stalk tapering into leaves that can be eaten raw or used in cooking. It supports digestion, reduces inflammation, steadies blood sugar and is a great source of antioxidants. Celery is also rich in Vitamins A, K and C.
Celery usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Mint is a popular herb that you can use fresh or dried in many dishes and infusions to add flavor while reducing sodium and sugar intake. The oil is also often used in toothpaste, gum, candy, and beauty products because of its invigorating smell and range of antioxidant qualities.
Mint usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Pak Choi is an excellent source of Vitamin C, vitamin A (in the form of carotenoids), manganese and a good source of zinc. When stir-fried, steamed or simmered, it provides us with a concentration of these core conventional antioxidants.
Pak Choi usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Kale is grown for its edible leaves, although some are used as ornamentals. The nutrients it contains support healthy skin, hair, and bones. The fiber content enhances digestion, lowers the risk of cancer and contributes to cardiovascular health.
Kale usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Spinach is a leafy green vegetable that can be eaten raw, cooked or added to other dishes. The superfood is loaded with iron, nutrients and antioxidants that benefit eye health, reduce oxidative stress, help prevent cancer, and reduce blood pressure levels.
Spinach usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Coriander is a spice and completely edible plant. The fresh leaves and dried seeds are the parts most traditionally used in cooking while its pungent odor means that it finds use in many soaps and detergents. It is rich in iron, potassium and Vitamin K.
Coriander usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Basil is a tender plant and culinary herb used in several cuisines worldwide to add flavor. Depending on the species, the leaves may taste somewhat like anise, with a strong, pungent, often sweet smell. It provide vitamins, minerals, and a range of antioxidants while its essential oil also has medicinal benefits.
Basil usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Leafy greens balance cholesterol levels, enhance youthful skin, support cardiovascular health, promote weight loss, and much more. Eat them raw in a salad or puree it for a delicious curry.
Leafy Greens usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Capsicums are rich in vitamins, antioxidants and various carotenoids. They benefit eye health and reduce the risk of several chronic diseases. Cut them into strips and eat them with a dip or grill them alongside kebab.
Capsicum & Peppers usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Lettuce is most often grown as a leaf vegetable, but sometimes for its stem and seeds. The different types - iceberg, red leaf, green leaf and oak leaf - are most often used for salads, although it is also seen in other kinds of food, such as soups, sandwiches and wraps; it can also be grilled.
Lettuce usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Cauliflower is a vegetable naturally high in fiber, antioxidants and Vitamin B that can protect against cancer and enhance weight loss and digestion. Roast the cauliflower with some spices and add it to a bake or blend it in with a soup to extract all of its goodness.
Cauliflower usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
The bananas are variable in size and firmness while the rind may be green, yellow, red, purple or brown depending on how ripe the evergreen plant is. These energy-rich fruits can be added to sweet and savory dishes or blended up in a healthy milkshake.
Banana usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Broccoli is a nutritional powerhouse full of vitamins A, C and K, minerals, fiber and antioxidants. You can seamlessly add bits to any curry or even juice it with other greens for a pick-me-up at any time of the day.
Broccoli usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Jamun is a type of plum (with the same deep purple color) that usually comes from an evergreen tropical tree. Native to India, this fruit has a sharp taste that not only make for delicious desserts, side dishes, wine, mocktails and jams but it also contains important medicinal properties.
Jamun usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Pole and Bush beans are popular, easy-to-grow, compact vegetables that are a staple in every household. Apart being great for digestion, they work well in most salads and can even be fried with a bit of seasoning and eaten plain.
Beans usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
These baby potatoes have a think outer skin, creamy off white interior and are generally sweeter than regular potatoes. They are a good source of fiber and Vitamin C and are naturally fat-free. Because of their size and texture, they can be fried, roasted, grilled or boiled and prepared in multiple ways and cuisines.
Baby Potatoes usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Melons (both muskmelon and watermelon) are sweet, edible, fleshy fruits with high water content. They contain a variety of minerals, antioxidants and Vitamin C and can be tossed in to balance a spicy salad or added to a refreshing cooler during the summer.
Melon usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
The sweet taste, vibrant color and high nutrient content make Papaya a popular fruit. The health benefits - reduced risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, indigestion and cancer - and soft, fleshy texture ensure that it can be used for a wide variety of culinary experiences.
Papaya usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Custard Apples are green and cone-shaped with scaly skin and sweet flesh just like traditional custard. The sugar levels resemble that of other tropical fruits and it is rich in fiber, potassium, magnesium, antioxidants and Vitamin A and C.
Custard Apple usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Cabbage is a classic leafy green, multi-layered superfood packed with vitamins C and K. It may help protect against radiation, prevent cancer, and reduce heart disease risk.
Cabbage usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
Sambar onions are the small version of the regular onions that are usually milder and sweeter and used in traditional sambar recipes. The availability, ease of usage and the fact that they are a rich source of iron, fiber, Vitamin A and C and antioxidants make them staples in every Indian household.
Onion usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow
With so many different types of mangoes, each one has a unique flavor and texture. In addition to sumptuous tropical flavor, they deliver a host of nutrients and make healthy eating a delightful sensory experience. Cut them up and eat them plain, mix in with a salad or indulge in a mangoes with ice cream combination.
Mango usually take 6 - 10 weeks to grow