Pulses are high in fiber and protein, yet low in fat, with zero cholesterol count. It provides iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc and other minerals that play a vital role in maintaining a healthy and balanced diet.
The global pulses market is estimated at 70 MMT annually and India is both the largest producer and consumer of the pulses.
The pulses we can export 100% Indian origin offering the best prices through reduced overheads while maintaining the highest quality through our rigid quality assurance.
We work actively with the most experienced processors to provide the best quality care to our customers in terms of product quality, shipment handling, customer satisfaction and competitive price.
The major split pulses we deal with: :-
1) Bengal Gram whole
2) Black Eyed Beans
3) Green Gram
4) black gram
5) Kidney Beans
7) Yellow Pigeon Peas
Whole Bengal gram is a variety of chickpeas that is used in many cuisines all over the world.They are small, dark brown in color and very rich in protein. From sprouted grams till maturity, they are eaten in all stages of their growth.
Black-eyed beans, also known as cowpea, is pale-colored with a prominent black spot. These white colored seeds have black, pink or purple eye like shape around the hilum.
Black Gram originated in India, is black in colour and split Black Gram dehulled are white in color.It is one of the richest sources of proteins and Vitamin B.
Green gram provide protein requirement of vegetarian population of the country. It is a protein well off, staple food. It contains about 25 percent protein, which is almost three times that of cereals.
Kidney Beans are reddish and brown in color. Like the name these are Kidney Shaped Pulses. Their flesh is soft and creamy.
Masoor dal is an important part of the diet in many parts of the world, especially in the Indian subcontinent which has large vegetarian population.
The Yellow Pigeon Peas is processed further to get converted into huskless split and it is light in taste.