Our variegated range of Indian Pulses includes gram lentil, pigeon peas, red lentil and white lentil.
Pulse is an important group of crops in India, which is also responsible for yielding large financial gains by amounting for a large part of the exports. Pulses are the major sources of protein in the diet. Of all categories of people pulses form an integral part of the Indian diet, providing much needed protein to the carbohydrate rich diet. India is the largest producer of pulses in the world.
Most agro pulses are grown on non-irrigated land in India with growers responding to winter rainfall conditions by reducing seeded area for the rabi season. Few regions with high productivity are Punjab, Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal delta region, coastal Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, coastal and eastern Karnataka and parts of Maharashtra.
Major agro pulses are chickpeas (gram), pigeon pea (tur or arhar), moong beans, urd (black matpe), masur (lentil), peas and various kinds of beans.
Gram Lentil (Chana Dal)
Our optimum quality Gram Lentil (Chana Dal) is highly demanded by our clients and is easily available in the market. Our gram lentil is further divided in two sub-categories black gram lentil and red gram lentil which are of prime quality. However, our products are available at the most competitive prices in the market and thus, we are regarded as one of the leading exporters of gram lentil from India.
Yellow Split (Tuar Dal ) Peas (Pisum Sativum) are part of the legume family. Split peas are husked and split in half. The Yellow Split Pea is about 1/4 of an inch wide and pale yellow in color. Split Peas have a mild flavor and soft texture. The Split Pea has more of an earthy flavor than the whole dried pea, similar to the lentil in versatility and nourishment. Split Peas have a very ancient history they were domesticated before 6000 B.C. in the ancient near east. From here they spread across Asia, through China and also through the Mediterranean region. Both Greek and Roman civilizations relied on dried peas as an important ingredient in their diets. Peas began to be split during the time of ancient Egypt.
Whole Green Peas ( Green Tuar Dal) are part of the legume family. Whole peas are husked and about 1/4 of an inch wide and pale green in color. Split peas have a mild flavor and soft texture. The Split Pea has more of an earthy flavor than the whole dried pea, similar to the lentil in versatility and nourishment. Whole Dried Peas have a history going back some 10,000 years. Originally from the Middle East, peas soon spread through the Mediterranean region and on to India and China. The cultivation of peas in Europe helped to stave off a famine in England in 1555. Peas are most commonly used in their split form. Whole Green Peas are an acceptable substitute for fresh peas.
Red Lentil (Masur Dal
We offer a nutritious range of Red Lentil (Masur Dal), which is used for thickening purposes. Our organic red lentil is obtained from best farms and is available in packets of various sizes. Our products are highly demanded and appreciated by our esteemed customers across the globe. Last but not the least; we are reckoned as one of the famed split red lentil exporters from India.
Skinned and Split White Lentils (Urad Dal)
Our optimum quality Skinned and Split White Lentils (Urad Dal) is extensively used as a substitute of meat in various mouthwatering recipes. These split white lentil is easily available in the market and that too at the most competitive prices. Also, we are regarded as one of the chief skinned white lentil suppliers of India.
Moong Dal, Mung Beans are used in a variety of forms whole, peeled, split or ground. Split Mung Beans, also known as Sabat Moong, Mung Pea, Green Gram, Golden Gram, Black Gram or Moong Dal. Mung Beans have a sweet flavor, soft texture, and are easy to digest. Mung Beans are the most common beans to be sprouted in Asia, Europe and America. Mung Bean Flour is used to make Bean Threads or Cellophane Noodles.