Fresh Bitter Gourd Vegetable and Bitter Melon

Description: Discover the quality and natural farming dedication behind Jamal Agri Farms’ Fresh Bitter Gourd, also known as Bitter Melon. Grown in the fertile expanses of our personal farms in Punjab, Pakistan, each Bitter Gourd reflects meticulous care and traditional agricultural wisdom. Our Bitter Gourd stands out with its vivid green hue, undulating skin, and the inherent bitter-sweet taste cherished in cuisines worldwide.


The versatility of Fresh Bitter Gourd is evident across a broad culinary spectrum:

  • Stir-Fried: Slice it thin and stir-fry with spices for a regular Asian cuisine feature.
  • Stuffed: The cavity is perfect for stuffing with meat, spices, or other fillings.
  • Juices and Smoothies: Its juice, known for health benefits, is a popular choice among enthusiasts.
  • Pickled: Its unique flavor profile makes it a favorite choice for pickling.
  • Curries: Integrated into creamy, spicy curries, it adds a distinct flavor.

Fresh Bitter Gourd is not just a culinary delight but a nutritional powerhouse:

  1. Blood Sugar Management: Aids in lowering blood sugar levels, beneficial for people with diabetes.
  2. Rich in Nutrients: Packed with vitamins C and A, folate, and fiber, it’s a nutrient-rich addition to any meal.
  3. Cholesterol Control: Consumption can help in reducing bad cholesterol levels, promoting heart health.
  4. Digestive Health: Its fiber content aids digestion and helps prevent constipation.
  5. Skin Health: Anti-inflammatory properties can help treat skin issues and provide a youthful glow.
Our Farms in Punjab:

Nestled in the agricultural heartland of Punjab, our farms blend traditional techniques and innovative practices, ensuring the best quality produce. At Jamal Agri Farms, every Bitter Gourd is nurtured from seed to fruit, ensuring it reaches you fresh, flavorful, and packed with goodness. Indulge in the unique taste of our Fresh Bitter Gourd Vegetable and Bitter Melon—relish the authenticity and purity straight from our farms in Punjab, Pakistan.