Our Products

Organic Soybean & By Products
Organic Wheat & By Products
Organic Maize & By Products
Organic & Conventional Spices
Rice
Pulses
Other

We cultivate the Organic NON-GMO Soybean through the clusters of group of farmers, who are contractually associated with us. The farming yields from all these farms are Organic Certified by the renowned authorised agencies.

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Wheat is a type of grass grown all over the world for its highly nutritious and useful grain. It is one of the top three most produced crops in the world, along with corn and rice. Wheat has been cultivated for over 10,000 years and probably originates in the Fertile Crescent, along with other staple crops. A wide range of wheat products are made by humans, including most famously flour, which is made from the grain itself.

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Maize is one of the most cultivated crops and also staple food in may parts of the world. The Yellow Maize and by products that we offer is procured from Organic Certified farmers.

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We had not only organic products but We understand that there are many people out there who are used to consuming conventional spices products and making the switch to organic is not quite easy for them.

This is why we also have a stock of organic and conventional spices products that our customers can easily avail. Organic or conventional, the choice lies in your hands! Either way we have both ready and waiting to be delivered.

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We are offering long and fresh Rice, which is known for its impressive flavor and aroma. Under this range, we offer Basmati, Non-Basmati, Par Boiled, Broken, and allied items. To avoid any adulteration or contamination, we offer the products in appropriate packing which can resist the moisture and can easily preserve the aroma for longer time period.

Basmati is a variety of long, slender grain aromatic rice which is traditionally from India and Pakistan. In 2014, India was the largest exporter of Basmati rice, supplying 65% of the trade.

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Dal is often translated as “lentils” but actually refers to a split version of a number of lentils, peas, chickpeas (chana), kidney beans and so on. If a pulse is split into half, it is a dal. For example, split mung beans are mung dal. A stew or soup made with any kind of pulses, whole or split, is known as dal.

Toor Dal or huskless split pigeon peas are perennial legumes. It is in fact a common food grain used widely in Asia, Africa and Latin America. They are cultivated in tropical and semitropical regions of the world as sole or as intermixed crop with cereals. 

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