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Serving Weight/Egg: 40-50g (Approx.) It comes in ‘food-grade foil bag packaging with 900gm (Approx.) free-range KADAKNATH whole chicken. Cooking Guidelines: Kadaknath chicken has lean meat with very low-fat content. Hence, it is best served in a curry or masala form. We do not advise deep frying it. Due to the strong nature of its flesh and bones, compared to regular broiler chicken, Kadaknath takes a few extra minutes to cook properly High Protein | Low Fat | Low Cholesterol | Rich in Iron | Infuse Vigour Serving Weight/Egg: 900 gms Best before 90 days from the date of packaging if stored at -18 C

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Our organic Kadaknath chicken is raised in natural environments, they are fed on natural feed, without the use of any antibiotic. Kadaknath meat has a high vitamin and nutritional values, which positively affects the human body. A healthy Kadaknath adult male weighs approximately 1.5 kg. Its black meat has an intense and distinctive taste, and it contains more protein (approx. 25%) than white chicken meat (approx. 18%). Rich in vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, C and E, niacin, calcium, phosphorus and iron, the inky fowl has a lower fat content of only 0.73-1.03% as opposed to the approx. 25% in other chicken breeds. Kadaknath meat contains 18 amino acids of which, eight are essential for the human body. Black meat is also considered healthier as it contains 24% linoleic acid, as opposed to the 21% in white chicken. Furthermore, the cholesterol content in Kadaknath is only 184.75 mg/100 gm as opposed to the 218.12 mg/100 gm level present in other chicken varieties. These attributes make Kadaknath meat and eggs highly desirable to the health conscious. Kadaknath meat and blood are consumed by people with chronic diseases and disorders like anaemia. Since it has lower cholesterol, it can be consumed by those with high blood pressure. The melanin pigment in the blood of Kadaknath and its meat are said to be beneficial for people with vitiligo in which the skin discolours unevenly in blotches due to the deficiency of melanin. Kadaknath meat is also believed to help regulate the menstrual cycle besides possessing aphrodisiacal properties. The eggs of the Kadaknath, also dubbed ‘Diet Eggs’, help alleviate severe headaches, fainting spells, asthma and nephritis. Its meat and eggs are also believed to benefit patients with tuberculosis. Studies conducted by The Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), Mysore, indicate that Kadaknath meat is good for cardiac patients as it increases blood supply to the heart.

Weight 900 g


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