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 team.  

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