Okra is a flowering plant known for its edible seed pods. It’s cultivated in warm and tropical climates, such as those in Africa and South Asia. Sometimes referred to as “lady’s finger,” okra comes in two colors — red and green. Both varieties taste the same, and the red one turns green when cooked. Biologically classified as a fruit, okra is generally utilized like a vegetable in cooking.
It’s frequently used in Southern American cuisine and popular addition to gumbo. Yet, it can have a slimy texture, which some people find unappealing.
The health benefits of molokhia include its ability to protect heart health, regulate digestion, protect the immune system, build strong bones, improve blood pressure, increase cognitive abilities, improves sleep habits, helps in growth and development, improve circulation, and reduce inflammation.
What is Molokhia?
Nothing beats the smell of a fresh pile of mangoes on a warm summer’s day. No matter how one chooses to eat it, in the form of a ‘cup’, in the form of ‘senan’ (teeth or hedgehog style) or simply biting into it, the juicy interior with its rich sweet flavor can make anyone feel instantly better.
Egyptian mangoes are a staple every summer, and they come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. In fact, Egyptian mangoes come in about 15 different varieties, some of the most popular being Eweis, Hendi (Indian), Sedikka, Al fons and Baladi.
Egypt- Mercosur Free Trade Treaty
The Arab Republic of Egypt (hereinafter referred to as “Egypt”), on the one part, and the Argentine Republic, the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Republic of Paraguay, and the Oriental Republic of Uruguay (hereinafter referred to as "Member States of MERCOSUR"), on the other part,
DESIRING to create more favorable conditions for the sustainable development, new employment opportunities and diversification of trade between them and for the promotion of commercial and economic co-operation in areas of common interest on the basis of equality, mutual benefit, non-discrimination, and international law, to contribute to the strengthening of the multilateral trading system,
Trade Agreement between MERCOSUR and Egypt
Annex I.1: Goods Originating in Egypt Imported into MERCOSUR
Annex I.2: Goods Originating from MERCOSUR Imported into Egypt
Annex II.1: MERCOSUR - Egypt Certificate of Origin
Annex II.2: Declaration by the Exporter
Annex II.3: Explanatory Note
Annex II.4: Specific Rules of Origin
Annex IV.1: Code of Conduct for Arbitrators of the Arbitration Tribunal
Annex IV.2: Rules of Procedure
Act of Rectification