Fresh Mushroom Supply
Hotel Oyster Mushrooms is a brand name for the fresh and premium mushroom supplier in Bengaluru. We have been supplying 4 different types of fresh mushrooms from Hesaraghatta to various parts of Bengaluru since 2006.
All our mushrooms directly come straight from the farm, it is of premium quality, pesticide-free, and have no added preservatives.
For bulk orders call us at +91 9483861120, +91 9449445453
Know more about mushrooms
Do you know, mushrooms are neither a plant nor an animal, they are fungus types and there are more than 10,000 types known based on their appearance. They contain a substance called ergosterol which can be converted to vitamin D upon exposure to ultraviolet rays. So mushrooms that are grown in dark have less vitamin D whereas mushrooms exposed to UV rays have high vitamin D content. They are generally distinguished by their stem, fleshy rounded cap, and gills underneath the cap. Many people consider mushrooms as a vegetable.
Mushrooms are consumed since ancient times as medicine and even as food. Bell-shaped mushrooms were used by traditional medical practitioners to treat people due to their healing and cleansing properties. All varieties of mushrooms are very low in calories, and fat and contain a significant amount of fiber and other nutrients required by the body.
Mushrooms have non-nutritive substances that include polysaccharides, indoles, polyphenols, and carotenoids which have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer in animal cells and that is why mushrooms have medicinal values.
Mushrooms are the best substitute for non-veg foods as they contain an amino acid called glutamate which is found in meats, fish, and cheeses.
Mushrooms are good sources of Vitamin D, B vitamins (B2, B3, folate, B5), and minerals like Phosphorus, Selenium, Copper, and Potassium.
Mushroom types like maitake shiitake and reishi are used for medicinal purposes and have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer properties. Not all mushrooms can be eaten, some that naturally grow in the wild are hard to eat and also harm our health, so they are used only for medicinal extract.