Karonda fruits are still underutilised in India, despite their ability to meet nutritional needs. Fruits have been one of the most essential components of diets ingested by people from the dawn of time. A number of underappreciated fruits are unfamiliar, unknown, and underutilised. Fruits that are underutilised or crops that have been ignored are not commercially farmed, grown, or sold. Underutilized fruits, on the other hand, have received little attention as antioxidant sources when compared to commercial fruits. Because to a combination of ignorance, a lack of information, a lack of promotional activities, and storage and harvesting challenges, these fruits are often ignored. These fruits may now be used in public health initiatives. The importance of morphological and microscopical research, as well as early phytochemical investigations, in karonda fruit, as well as its nutritional worth, are discussed in this review paper.

Author(S) Details

Anjali M. Wanegaonkar
Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Pharmacy, Mumbai University, Sector-8, CBD Belapur New Mumbai- 400 614, Maharashtra, India.

Manisha Y. Chaudhari
Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Pharmacy, Mumbai University, Sector-8, CBD Belapur New Mumbai- 400 614, Maharashtra, India.

Nirmal Kasekar
Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Pharmacy, Mumbai University, Sector-8, CBD Belapur New Mumbai- 400 614, Maharashtra, India.

Vilasrao J. Kadam
Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Pharmacy, Mumbai University, Sector-8, CBD Belapur New Mumbai- 400 614, Maharashtra, India.

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