Arvee roots (corms) widely vary in size from small to large, depending on the specific variety, and have around, elongated, to irregularly bulbous shape. The skin is rough, firm, ridged, and ranges in color from light to dark brown with patches of fibrous hairs. Underneath the surface, the flesh is dense, crisp, slightly sticky, and white. Arvee roots must be cooked before consumption as it is toxic when raw and can irritate the throat and mouth. Once cooked, the flesh softens, developing a starchy consistency similar to potatoes, and has a mild, nutty, and sweet flavor. Arvee roots origin in India and in Nashik, Agrovalley is best for supplying fresh products all over the world.