Taro Tuber

The Taro Tuber used is of giant taro type Xanthosoma undipes K.Kock. In Indonesia, it is called taro beneng, which means big and yellow. Planted anywhere in the field or among large trees with 60% shaded light. Harvest taro tuber at the age of 8 to 12 months. The average yield per tree is 10 kg of tubers. The nutritional content of taro tuber from the large taro type Xanthosoma undipes K.Kock is:
  • Moisture content 10.11 g/ 100 g
  • Ash content 5.00 g/ 100 g
  • Protein 5.42 g/100 g
  • Fat 0.60 g /100 g
  • Carbs 78.87 g/100 g
  • Energy 343 cal/100g
  • Fe 12.10 mg/100g
  • Zn 8.41 mg/100 g
  • Vitamin B1 0.73 mg/100 g
  • Vitamin B2 0.79 mg/100 g
Source, Laboratory test results of the Center for Biomedical and basic health technology, Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia We work closely with farmer groups and national farmer associations to keep supplies met. Taro tubers produced by Indonesian farmers have been sent to foreign countries by air and sea to meet their needs. For packaging specifications and other details, please ask the taroindonesia.com team.  

Taro Powder

Talas Beneng (Xanthosoma undipes K.Kock) has a high economic value because almost all part of this plant can be put to use. For example, tubers as food ingredients, stem as animal feed ingredients, and leaves with zero nicotine content as raw material for herbal cigarettes.

Talas Beneng has a height of more than 2 meters and a harvestable lenght that can reach up to 1.2-1.5 meters.
The weight of this stem tuber also reaches 35 kg – 45 kg if harvested at 2 years of age.
Research shows that Xanthosoma Undipes has fairly good nutritional content.

Nutritional Content of Beneng Varieties Taro Flour (Xantoshoma Undipes K Kock)

  • Moisture content 10.11 g/ 100 g
  • Ash content 5.00 g/ 100 g
  • Protein 5.42 g/100 g
  • Fat 0.60 g /100 g
  • Carbs 78.87 g/100 g
  • Energy 343 cal/100g
  • Fe 12.10 mg/100g
  • Zn 8.41 mg/100 g
  • Vitamin B1 0.73 mg/100 g
  • Vitamin B2 0.79 mg/100 g

Source, Laboratory test results of the Center for Biomedical and basic health technology, Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia 

Dried Chopped Taro Leaves

Taro plants grow a lot in Indonesia. The roots and leaves are very useful for humans. Here we discuss specifically for Dried Chopped Taro Leaves.

The leaves of the taro plant can be harvested after the plant is 3 to 4 months old.

Dried Chopped Taro Leaves – HS Code 2401.20.90
Description: Dried Chopped Taro Leaves through maximum and hygienic drying so it is safe as a nicotine-free cigarette substitute.

A natural product best for
1. Alternative tobacco with zero nicotine for cigarette
2. Herbal tea
3. Compost

For other specifications such as moisture, packaging can be tailored to the buyer’s request.

We ship Dried Chopped Taro Leaves from Indonesia to all over the world.