Best Quality White Button Mushroom

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Who doesn’t love a good button mushroom? White button mushrooms are incredibly versatile (and delicious) – you can eat them raw, sauté or grill them and use them in almost any dish. They’re also great value for money.

About Us

We are Nutrifresh Agro. Based in Village – Yari , P.O. & District – Aurangabad (Bihar), Nutrifresh Agro cultivates high-quality White Button mushrooms with innovative techniques to assure that their taste and nutritional value are preserved.

White Button mushrooms have been a staple of the human diet for over 200 years. In recent times, the consumption of White Button mushrooms has seen a steep increase due to their nutritional value and delicious taste.


To meet the growing demand, Nutrifresh Agro brings our consumers a great opportunity to buy high-quality white button mushrooms at wholesale rates.

We have employed a team of hardworking professionals who are trained to meet the exact demands of buyers to ensure complete client satisfaction.

White Button Mushrooms

These mushrooms possess antioxidant, anti-diabetic, and anticancer properties.

They are a rich source of folic acid, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-12, ascorbic acid, and other essential minerals.

Each kilogram of these premium quality White Button mushrooms costs as little as Rs 200.

Bring home these delicious edible mushrooms and make them part of your daily diet.

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Popular recipes with White Button Mushrooms from around the world

Over the years, the cultivation of White Button mushrooms has undergone several improvements. The products that we offer, are thoroughly examined on different quality parameters to ensurequality mushrooms with no scope of contamination. Our mushrooms can be used to prepare several nutritious and mouth-watering recipes.

The following is a list of deliciouseasy-to-make recipes using Nutrifresh Agro’s White Button mushrooms.

How compost casingis economic for mushroom company?

Casing is a vital stage in mushroom production. It helps mushroom pins to get adequate moisture that actually helps it to quadruple in size in small amount of time. Casing also speeds up the growth of Rhizomorphs. Rhizomorphs are thick strings made of mycellium fuses or spawn run Primordia or baby mushrooms form on Rhizomorphs, so without rhizomorphs there will be no mushrooms.

The secret of casing materials

So what is the material used by the largest mushroom company in India? On a utilitarian point of view any material that has great water retention ability is good to go.Mushroom producers aim for keeping high moisture surface that speed up the mushroom growth. Though any other material can be used but these are popular casing materials because casing should have small and large pores. Micro pores absorb water very slowly and retain it for a longer time whereas macro pores are large in size and they absorb & release water quickly.

Casing design used by various mushroom company

Clay loam, ground limestone and peat moss casing: Casing soil should be porous as it needs to hold water that will further aid pinning of mushrooms. Experience has taught producers like us how soil should be prepared so that plunging a finger is enough to tell if the soil is ideal or not. Don’t press the soil too much so that it loses the air pockets that actually hold air and water. Pressing too much can close the micro pores.

Cow Dung Casing: Dried cow dung cake is fibrous in nature and it has great water retention ability. In rural India many farmers rely on this for making their casing material. Apart from being abundant, it is organically ideal for holding water. This is another reason why many organic mushroom producers use it for this phase.

Coconut fibre Casing: Largest mushroom companies like us, use coconut fibre casing as these are safe, natural, and hygienic. Besides having these qualities, coconut fibre casings are easy to handle. They are ideal porous material that retains enough water for the process.

As casing covers the compost so their processes are somewhat assimilated. The temperature of the compost should be kept around 75°F for a week after casing while maintaining high moisture content. Thereafter, the temperature of the compost should be lowered by 2°F with every passing day until the mushroom pins show up.

Unremitting attention and intermittent water application should follow the rest of the period as this is the most perilous period of the mushroom growth. It is an art to know when and how much water should be applied. An art that you can master with years of experience.


Garlic mushrooms

Garlic Mushrooms should be cooked in butter. Add a little olive oil to the butter to prevent it from burning. Add fresh garlic, Nutrifresh Agro’s White Button mushrooms, Herbs (Parsley and thyme go well with the dish, but you can use oregano, rosemary, basil, etc.), Salt, and pepper. Add a bit of Onion to the mix to enhance the garlic flavor. Toss the ingredients with a touch of dry white wine and serve hot..

Mushroom soup

Melt two tablespoons of butter in a container and add fresh garlic and onion. Cook for one minute till they begin to soften. Add Nutrifresh Agro’s White Button mushrooms and cook until they are tender and brown. In a large pot, add some butter, sprinkle in flour and whisk it quickly into a paste. Reduce the heat to medium and add the stock, a little at a time, ensuring no clumps with each addition. Add the cooked mushrooms to the pot and cook for a while till the stock is thick and creamy. Garnish with parsley and serve hot.



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