|Feature||Easy To Digest, Energetic, Natural Taste, Non Harmful, Reduce Health Issue, Safe Packaging|
|Packaging||Plastic Bottle, Tetra Pack|
|Energy||43.02 Calories (per 100 g)|
|Vitamin c||50 mg (per 100 g)|
Lemons (Citrus limon) are produced on small evergreen trees native to subtropical Asia. The peak of production for most varieties is in the winter months. However, depending on the variety and growing conditions, it is possible to harvest lemons in any month of the year.
Lemon is an important plantation crop. It is grown in an area of 18.39 lakh hectares, mainly in the four southern states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. In Kerala and parts of interior Karnataka and Tamil Nadu it is predominantly grown even in non rain-fed conditions and in the rest of the country it is grown under irrigated conditions. The farmers have an average holding size of less than 0.20 hectare in Kerala and 2 hectares in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh predominates Lemon production sector in the country.