Betel Nuts are the seeds of the Areca catechu palm tree. These nuts are consumed in many Asian countries, especially in India, Indonesia, and parts of Southeast Asia. They have a distinct bitter and peppery taste and are chewed wrapped in betel leaves along with other ingredients like spices, tobacco, or lime paste. Betel Nuts are known for their stimulating and mildly addictive properties owing to the presence of natural alkaloids. These nuts have social and cultural significance and are often offered during social gatherings, ceremonies, or as a traditional gesture of hospitality. These nuts are safely packed using advanced techniques before the final dispatching.