Cereals & Pulses
Types of Rice
White Sella Basmati Rice: This is a long-grain Basmati rice that has been parboiled and has a white color. It has a grain length of 8.30+ mm.
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1509 Sella Basmati Rice: This is a long-grain Basmati rice that has been parboiled and has a golden color. It has a grain length of 8.35+ mm.
IR 64 available in (5%,25%,50% broken rice): This is a non-Basmati rice that has a grain length of 6+ mm and has a 5% to 50% broken grains content.
Sona Masoori Rice
Masoori rice is a type of non-Basmati rice that is commonly grown and consumed in India. It is also known as Samba Masoori rice. Short-grain rice is usually polished to a white or golden color.
Brown Rice: Brown rice is a whole grain rice that is higher in fiber and nutrients than white rice. It has a nutty flavor and a chewy texture
PR 11 White Sella Rice: This is a non-Basmati rice that has been parboiled and has a white color.
black chickpeas are a nutritious and versatile ingredient that can be incorporated into a variety of dishes to add flavor, texture, and health benefits.
Black gram is commonly used to make dal, a popular Indian lentil soup that is often served with rice or roti. It can also be ground into flour to make dosa and idli.
the unique properties of red lentils are that they break down easily when cooked, which makes them ideal for creating creamy soups and sauces.
Green gram, also known as mung bean or moong dal, is a type of legume that is widely used in Asian cuisine. It is rich in protein, fiber, and essential vitamins and minerals.
Soybeans are a popular crop due to their v nutritional benefits. They are used to make a variety of food products, including soy milk, tofu, soy sauce, and tempeh.
Dried corn can be used in a variety of ways, including as a whole grain, ground into cornmeal or flour, or processed into cornstarch, corn syrup, or other food products.