Kabuli chickpeas  

Kabuli Chickpeas are lighter coloured, larger and with a smoother coat, mainly grown in the Mediterranean, Southern Europe, Northern Africa, South America and Indian Subcontinent. The name means "from Kabul" in Hindi and Urdu, and this variety was thought to come from Kabul, Afghanistan when it was introduced to India in the 18th century.

India is the largest producer of Kabuli Chick Peas in the world. Mature chick peas can be cooked & eaten cold in salads , cooked in stews and ground into chick pea flour. Chickpeas can be classified with its size/count e.g. 42-44, 44-46, 46-48, 58-60 etc.

  Kabuli Chickpeas Specifications
  Count 40/42 42/44 44/46 58/60 75/80
  Moisture 12% Max. 12% Max. 12% Max. 12% Max. 12% Max.
  Broken/Split/Insect Infested 2% Max. 2% Max. 2% Max. 2% Max. 2.5% Max.
  Aborted/Green/Brown Seeds 1% Max. 1% Max. 1% Max. 2% Max. 2.5% Max.
  Stained Seeds 0.5% Max 0.5% Max 0.5% Max 1% Max. 2% Max.
  Smooth Seeds 0.5% Max 0.5% Max 0.5% Max 1% Max. 2% Max.
  Foreign Matter 0.2% Max 0.2% Max 0.2% Max 0.2% Max 0.2% Max
  Total Defects 4.2% Max 4.2% Max 4.2% Max 6.2% Max 9.2% Max
  Weevil Damage 0.4% Max 0.4% Max 0.4% Max 0.4% Max 0.4% Max
Pigeon Peas  

Pigeon pea also known as red gram, tur, toor or arhar in India, is actually a grain legume (pulse) and not a pea as the name suggests. The major production of this crop is concentrated around the Indian subcontinent and East Africa. The major product produced from the pigeon peas is the split pulse, known as dal in India. It is not only savory in taste but packed with many health benefits. It is powerhouse of carbohydrates, fibre, proteins and folic acid.

We can supply Tanzania, Malawi and Mozambique origin pigeon peas.

White Pigeon Peas Red Pigeon Peas
  Pigeon peas Specifications
  Moisture 12% Max
  Broken/Split 1% Max.
  Damaged 2% Max
  Foreign Matter 1% Max
  Weevil Damage 1% Max
  Other Grain 0.5% Max
Kidney Beans  

The kidney bean is a variety of the common bean. It is named for its visual resemblance in shape and color to a kidney.

Kidney beans originated in Peru along with other forms of common beans like white beans, black beans, navy beans, etc. The Indian traders who had migrated to Peru brought these beans for trading purposes. The kidney beans made their first advent in Europe in the 15th century through the Spanish explorers who were returning from their voyages to the New World. Later on, the kidney beans came to Asia and Africa by the Spanish and Portuguese traders. Kindey beans contain rich of FIBER, VITAMINS AND MINERALS, PROTEIN, and it's lower in FAT. This wholesome and nutritious bean is widely used to make chili, soups and rice dishes. We deal in (LSKB) Light Speckled Kidney bean and (SRKB) Small Red Kidney bean.


Nutrients Found in Kidney Beans
Kidney beans are a very healthy source of food and contain lots of nutrients essential for the growth of the body. The various healthy nutrients found in kidney beans are:

Vitamins: Vitamin C, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin A, Vitamin B5, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Folic Acid, etc.
Minerals: Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc, Manganese, Copper, Selenium, etc.
Amino Acids: Tryptophan, Threonine, Isoleucine, Arginine, Histidine, Alanine, Glycine, etc.
Other Nutrients: Molybdenum, Dietary Fiber, Folate, etc.
Small Red Kidney Beans Light Speckled Kidney Beans
  Kidney Bean Specifications
  Type HPS MC
  Moisture 16% Max 16% Max
  Foreign Matter 0.5% Max 1% Max
  Imperfection 3% Max 7% Max