Basmati Rice


Packing Bags: 50kg , 40kg , 20kg , 10kg , 5kg Jute Bags / Non wooven / PP / Bopp
Load-ability:  19.5 Metric tons in a 24 Ft Container


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Basmati, meaning ‘Queen of Fragrance’ is a variety of long grain rice, famous for its fragrance and delicate flavour. Basmati rice has been reported in India since the early days of the 19th Century though it may have been named differently. Basmati is a variety of long grain rice which is traditionally from India . Its also called Oryza Sativa . Indian basmati Rice is one of the famous world wide for its quality and aroma.

There are several varieties of basmati rice. 1121 Sella/Steam/Raw, Pusa Sella/Steam/Raw, Sugantha Sella/Steam/Raw, Sharbati Sella/Steam/Raw. Pusa & Sugantha is also called the name of super Kernel Basmati Rice. This rice is different from other rice mainly due to the aroma and elongation post cooking. No other rice has this combined characteristic. The post cooking elongation of more than twice its original length, the aroma and its sweet taste has made basmati rice a delicacy.

Nurtured by snow fed rivers, Basmati is without a shadow of doubt the King of all Rices in the world. Its long slender shape and an unmatched fragrance and aroma are reflective of the age old civilization that cultivates it. Basmati is non-glutinous and has a fine, smooth and silky texture. The rice has been favored by emperors and praised by poets for hundreds of years.

Basmati, the highly aromatic rice is nature's gift to the Indian sub-continent and it is India's gift to the whole world. Farmers in the northern parts of the country, at the foot of the Himalayan mountain ranges have been growing this scented rice for centuries. Basmati grown in India, they say, is as great as the land and as old as the civilization itself.The tropical climate and soil prevailing at the foothills of the Himalayas is perfect for Basmati rice cultivation. Basmati from India is a perfect treat for the connoisseurs of sumptuous food, all over the world!

Basmati rice has a typical pandan-like (Pandanus Fascicularis leaf) flavour caused by the aroma compound 2 acetyl-1-pyrroline


Rice other than basmati rice is called non- basmati rice. In the world it has been reported that there are 10000 varieties of rice, the maximum number being in India. In fact, basmati rice equals to only 1% production of the total rice grown in India. Non- basmati rice comes in all kinds of different shapes and sizes. Some are long and slender, some are short and thick, some are like beads, and some may be round. None have the same characteristics as basmati rice. Some names of non basmati rice are shaped like basmati rice and PR, 104 IR8, IR 64, Masuri.


Packing Bags 40,25,20,10,5,1Kg Jute bag/Non woven bag/PP bag/Poly bag/BOPP bag
Load-ability 19 - 26 MT in a 20 Ft Container


What is Millet?
Millet is a group of small-seeded grasses, which is cultivated throughout the world, for human consumption. It is mainly grown in developing countries, but its ability to grow in relatively harsh, arid, and dry environments makes it a highly versatile crop.
Although there are different varieties of millet grown around the world, the most common cultivar is Pennisetum glaucum, also known as pearl millet. [1] In terms of history, millet likely originated in Africa but then spread throughout Asia and the Middle East roughly 10,000 years ago.
India cultivates over 8 million tons of these grains every year, followed by Africa and China. Millet can be used as a traditional cereal, and can also be used in porridge, snacks, and other types of bread. [2] Millet is a good source of carbohydrates and fiber, like other grains. It is also a good source of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and organic compounds that can boost human health in various ways.
As Celiac disease has become more commonly diagnosed and researched over the past year, millet has been a good gluten-free option for those who suffer from reactions when gluten is consumed. Cross contamination is still possible and millet should be purchased from factories that do not produce other grains that contain gluten. Millet is gluten-free, so Celiac sufferers can turn to it as their source of grains, instead of wheat. When in doubt read the packaging. In terms of basic food staples, millet provides the most energy, as well as the most fat and B-vitamins.

Energy 8.67
Protein 11.02
Carbohydrate, by difference 72.85
Fiber, total dietary 8.5
Calcium, Ca8
Iron, Fe 3.01
Magnesium, Mg 114
Phosphorus, P 285
Potassium, K 195
Sodium, Na 5
Zinc, Zn 1.68
Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid 0
Thiamin 0.42
Riboflavin 0.29
Vitamin B-6 0.38
Folate, DFE 85
Vitamin B-12 0
Vitamin A, RAE 0
Vitamin A, IU 0
Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) 0.5
Vitamin D (D2 + D3) 0
Vitamin D 0
Vitamin K (phylloquinone) 0
Fatty acids, total saturated 0.72
Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated [g]0.77
Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated 2.13
Cholesterol 0
Sources include : USDA

Millet Nutrition Facts
Millet is important because of its uniquely high content of nutrients. [4] According to the USDANational Nutrient Database, it contains high starch levels, B vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, magnesium, and fats. [3] Furthermore, there are high levels of dietary fiber, which contribute even more to the health benefits of this important grain!

Health Benefits of Millet
Let’s take a look at the amazing benefits of millet.

Protects Heart Health
Researchers from the University of Kentucky have shown a link between whole grains and the prevention of heart disease risk. [5] Millet can be one of the healthier grains to add to your diet if you want to protect your heart. It is a rich source of magnesium, which is an important mineral for reducing blood pressure and the risk of heart attack or stroke, particularly in the case of atherosclerosis.
Millet is also a great source of potassium, which further keeps blood pressure low by acting as a vasodilator. Reducing your blood pressure and optimizing your circulatory system is one of the best ways to protect your cardiovascular health.

Controls Cholesterol Levels
Cholesterol levels go hand-in-hand with heart health, so the high fiber amount in millet makes an ideal food for those who are trying to lower their cholesterol (aim for below 200mg/dL). Dietary fiber also helps to eliminate bad cholesterol (LDL cholesterol) from the system while promoting the effects of good cholesterol (HDL cholesterol).

Can Help to Prevent Diabetes
Diabetes is a disease affecting millions of people around the world. Millet is a beneficial food in many countries (where diabetes is less frequently found). Perhaps it is because one of the effects of millet is to help reduce the chance of type 2 diabetes, thanks to the significant levels of magnesium found in it.

Aids in Digestion
Millet can help move your gastrointestinal system, says Journal of Range Management on JSTOR. [8] It also helps to eliminate problems like constipation, excess gas, bloating, and cramping. By regulating your digestive processes, you also improve your nutrient retention and reduce your chance of more serious gastrointestinal conditions like gastric ulcers. Regular digestion and elimination of waste also help optimize your kidney, liver, and immune system health, as those organ systems are closely related to the body’s metabolic activities. It is important to not eat too much millet in one sitting or else there might be adverse side effects.

Detoxifies the Body
Millets are a rich source of phenols and antioxidants, according to a study by Dr. Linda Dykes, et al., Texas A&M University. [9] Many of the antioxidants in millet can clean up toxins from your body. [9] Quercetin, curcumin, ellagic acid, and various other beneficial catechins can help rid your system of any foreign agents and toxins by promoting proper excretion and neutralizing enzymatic activity in certain organs.

Millets are a rich source of phenols and antioxidants, according to a study by Dr. Linda Dykes, et al., Texas A&M University. [9] Many of the antioxidants in millet can clean up toxins from your body. [9] Quercetin, curcumin, ellagic acid, and various other beneficial catechins can help rid your system of any foreign agents and toxins by promoting proper excretion and neutralizing enzymatic activity in certain organs.


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Helps to Prevent Asthma Symptoms
Research has come to light showing that millet can significantly improve the quality of life for people suffering from asthma since childhood. Although some of the evidence is controversial, it is shown that significantly less wheezing and asthma attacks (by more than 15%) were seen in children who had a large intake of grains like millet. As wheat is a common allergen associated with asthma and wheezing, millet does not have the same components and hence, does not have this negative effect.
Word of Caution: Given the modern stresses on our body, particularly to our glandular system, the excessive work needed to digest and process millet may be damaging. Consider speaking to your doctor about your glandular and thyroid health before making a major shift to a diet that includes millet


Turmeric is used to flavour and to colour food stuffs. India contributes 87% of world turmeric export. It is a principal ingredient in curry powder. The colour curcumin extracted from turmeric is used as a colourant. Turmeric is also used as a Dye in Textile industry. It is used in the preparation of Medicinal Oils, Ointments and Poultice. It is Stomachic, Carminative, Tonic, Blood purifier and an Antiseptic. It is used in Cosmetics. The aqueous extract has Biopesticidal properties. Our quality turmeric caters all international needs regularly.

Raw Turmeric GradeMoistureCurcumin
Bold (Premium & Super)10 -12% basis2.5-3.5% Max
Erode Medium (Premium & Super)10 -12% basis2-3% Max
Turmeric Bulbs10 -12% basis2-3% Max
Nizamabad Turmeric10 -12% basis1.5%-2.5% Max
Raja Puri Turmeric10 -12% basis2%-3% Max
Cuddapah Turmeric10 -12% basis1.5%-2.5% Max
Turmeric PowderCurcumin Level above : 1.5% , 2.0%, 3.0%


16 MT per 20' FCL
PackingFinger Load abilityPowder Load ability
25 / 50 Kg Jute Bag/ PP Bags18 MT per 20’ FCL

95% Curcumin Extraction


Introduction Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is native to Asia and India. The tuberous rhizomes or underground stems of turmeric have been used from antiquity as condiments, a dye and as an aromatic stimulant in several medicines. Turmeric is very important spice in India, which produces nearly entire whole world’s crop and consumes 80% of it. India is by far the largest producer and exporter of turmeric in the world. Turmeric occupies about 6% of the total area under spices and condiments in India. World scenario Turmeric is also cultivated in China, Myanmar, Nigeria and Bangladesh. However, authentic figures about area and production are not available. Major area is in India which constitutes 82% followed by China (8%), Myanmar (4%), Nigeria (3%) and Bangladesh (3%) Indian scenario There is an increase from 162.9 thousand ha in 2001-02 to177.5 thousand ha in 2005-06. Similarly, the production has increased from 552.3 thousand tons in 2001-02 to 846.7 thousand tons in 2005-06

Commercially grown varietiesThere are about 30 turmeric varieties grown in India. Among them Alleppey and Madras (Perianadan) are of great commercial importance. Some of the improved varieties are: CO-11983, BSR-11986, Krishna, Roma, Suroma, Ranga, Rasmi, Megha Turmeric-1, Suguna, Sudarshana, Suranjana, Duggirala, Kodur, Suvarna, Varna, IISR Prabha, IISR Pratibha, Rajendra Sonia etc.
Some of the commercial and improved varieties Variety Characteristics Alleppey Highly coloured variety.It is grown in Kerala and is marketed as Alleppey turmeric. Duggirala A long duration type (9 months), major variety of Andhra Pradesh. Rhizomes are bright yellow in colour.Grown mostly in Guntur district. Yield of raw material 25 tons./ha. Armoor Mostly grown in Nizamabad district of Andhra Pradesh. Medium duration type. Yield of raw material 25-30 tons/ha. Suvarna This is a high yielding type released by IISR, Calicut. It has yield potential of 43 tons/ha.It has also high curcumin content of 8.7% 157 4. Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) • Use of improved cultivars namely, Suvarna, Suguna, Sudharshana, Prabha and Pratibha. • For control of shoot borer namely, application of insecticides and biopesticides (Bacillus thuringiensis product) need to be used. • Proper technologies for the storage of seed rhizomes, seed treatment with fungicides and insecticides and use of leaf mulches should be adopted. 5. Harvesting season of crop Fig. - 34 *The above graph showing harvest pattern

Fruits & Vegetables


We supply fresh red onion to our clients. The onions are valued for their pungent taste and eye watering capacity. They are 100% natural and are packed with essential nutrients. We only source the onions from reliable farmers who cultivate them in natural conditions. We use hi-tech packing to pack the onions.

Size30 to 90 mm
PartNon Peeled
Sprouted Onion-


Packing Bags1x20 ft dry
1x20 ft reefer
1x40 ft reefer
PP Mesh Bag
12.5 M.Tons13 M.Tons28-29 M.Tons
25kg food safe
plastic crates
--28-29 M.Tons



  2. Length (inches) : Min. 7 inches
  3. Calibration : Min. 38-Max. 46
  4. Weight: per hand BANANA 3-4 kg.
  5. 13 kg carton boxes in 1540 and 18 kg Box 1240 Boxes per 40 'refer container
We have our own packing house and trained labours for perfect banana packing.We can assure about the box packaging, handling and overall quality we can asure supply of 25 containers per month.We will provide phyto chemistry certificate issued by ministry of commerce and we are ready to provide other lab certificate which was required at our end.
BOX COLOR:We prefer 4 colour box. If you prefer any design we will make sure to made boxes as per your design.
PAYMENT TERMS 50% advance + 50% with scan copy of B.L
LOADING PERIOD:within 3 days
Banana Export Quality for dubai,qatar,oman,iran,russia etc we have quality labour for export packing banana ability to fulfil 10 40" ft container weekly

Fresh Mango :

We are Supplier of fresh Mango of premium quality from our farmhouse.We supply different type of variety like Kesar mango, Alphonso Mango(Hafus or Ratnagiri Mango) from Junagadh, Amreli, Talala, Kutchh of Gujarat State.

VarietyKesar, Alphonso(Ratnagiri),Totapuri
Colour Green and Yellow
Cultivation type:Common
Place of origin Gujarat
Packaging3 Kg, 10 Kg
Quality Indian Farm Mango
We provide you Mango as direct packing from our known pack house(Apeda Approved) to export to other country and carry out necessary mango process as bellow.

Process Including of Fresh Mango

  1. Shorting
  2. Washing
  3. Waxing
  4. Drying
  5. Re-Shorting
  6. Hot water treatment
  7. Pre Cooling
  8. Ripening
  9. Packaging
  10. Transport Mango to your destination.
If you have required Mango then contact us.

Processed Food

Banana Pulp
Indian Bananas are quite unlike those found anywhere else. This tree is characterized by a short fibrous trunk with huge wide leaves. The product Banana Pulp is obtained by the commercial processing of sound, mature, ripened Banana fruit possessing the characteristic flavor and color of Banana. The final pulp is obtained by passing through 0.7mm sleeve.

Name of FruitPuree
FlavorCharacteristic prominent aroma of natural ripe Banana
Color Creamish white
pH4.2 to 4.80
TasteSweet characteristic ripe Banana fruit
Acidity0.6 -1
Packing details215 kg drum- 80 drums in a container
Shelf Life 24 months

Papaya Pulp
Papaya Pulp is manufactured from a hand-picked chosen variety of papayas through a series of processes that include washing, peeling, ripening, inspecting and finally extraction of pulp through thermal processing. Papaya Pulp is free from any pathogenic bacteria. Papaya pulp contains nutrients that prevent the oxidation of cholesterol, occurring of heart attacks or strokes as it contains large amounts of Vitamin C and vitamin A. Papaya pulp can be blended into a creamy salad dressing, sauce and in baby foods


Name of Fruit PapayaRed Papaya
Pulp / Concentrate / Puree -PulpPulp
Brix (% TSS) at 20° C -Min 9' Min 9'
Color -Bright Yellow Red
Specks per 10 grams (Brown) -< 10 < 10
Specks per 10 grams (Black) -55
pH-< 4.2 < 4.2
Taste & Flavor -Wholesome and Characteristics of sound matured, ripened Red Papaya
% Acidity (as Citric acid) -0.30 - 0.60 % 0.30 - 0.60 %
Consistency (Bostwick) at 20° C -< 14 cms/ 30 sec < 14 cms/ 30 sec
Packing details -210 kg bags in drum such 80 drums in a container/ also supplies as per customer requirements
Shelf Life -24 months when stored at ambient temperature. 24 months when stored in between +4' to +20'C.
Appearance -Homogenous & free flowing, free from any kind of foreign matter.
Usages-Bakery & Confectionaries: The pulps are used as fillings in cakes & bread and other bakery foods, also used in icings, tarts, muffins, fruit toffees etc
Beverages: Milkshakes, fruit drinks, nectars, etc.
Dairy: Ice-creams, fruit bars, milkshakes, yogurts, puddings, toppings, desserts, etc.
Baby foods: Cereals, fruit juices & mixed fruit juices
Others foods: Fruit juices, jams, mixed fruit jams, fruit cocktails, squashes, strained fruit drinks, etc

Guava Pulp
The Guava is a round or pear - shaped tropical fruit with a white, yellow or pink interior, which is fleshy and interspersed with many hard seeds. It has the highest Vitamin C contents among fruits and its delicious juice is widely appreciated for this vitamin. It also contains a considerable amount of pectin. The product Guava Pulp is obtained by the commercial processing of sound, mature Guava fruit by passing through 0.7mm sieve.

Name of FruitWhite Guava PulpPink Guava Pulp
Pulp / Concentrate / PureePulpPulp
Brix (% TSS) at 20° CMin 9'Min 9'
Specks per 10 gram (Brown)< 10< 10
Specks per 10 gram (Black)NilNil
FlaverCharacteristic prominent aroma of natural ripe GuavaCharacteristic prominent aroma of natural ripe Guava
ColorCreamy WhiteAppealing Pink
pH< 4.0< 4.0
TasteCharacteristic typical sweet acidic taste of natural ripe Guava fruitCharacteristic typical sweet acidic taste of natural ripe Guava fruit
% Acidity (as Citric acid) 12 cms/ 30 sec < 12 cms/ 30 sec
Packing details210 Kg Aseptic bag in a drum. Such 80 drums will be loaded in a 20 FT container. 3.1 kg of tin packing to be removed.210 Kg Aseptic bag in a drum. Such 80 drums will be loaded in a 20 FT container. 3.1 kg of tin packing to be removed.
Taste & FlavorWholesome and Characteristics of sound matured, ripened White Guava.Wholesome and Characteristics of sound matured, ripened White Guava.
AppearanceHomogenous & free flowing, free from any kind of foreign matter.Homogenous & free flowing, free from any kind of foreign matter.
Shelf Life12 months when stored at ambient temperature. 24 months when stored in between +4' to +20'C.12 months when stored at ambient temperature. 24 months when stored in between +4' to +20'C.
UsagesBakery & Confectionaries: Topping & fillings in Fruit bread, cakes, tarts, muffins, pie fillings, icings, fruit bars, fruit toffees, etc
Beverages: Juice, Nectar, Fruit drink, Fruit drink cocktails
Dairy: Milkshakes, Ice creams, yogurts, toppings, desserts
Baby foods: Cereals, Fruit Juices, mixed fruit juices, strained fruits
Others foods: Fruit juices, jams, jellies, fruit cocktails, strained fruit drinks, Squashes, etc.
                  Pink Guava                White Guava

Mango Pulp
Mango Pulp is prepared from selected varieties of Fresh Mango Fruit. Fully matured Mangoes are harvested, quickly transported to the fruit processing plant, inspected and washed. Selected high quality fruits go to the controlled ripening chambers; Fully Ripened Mango fruits are then washed, blanched, pulped, deseeded, centrifuged, homogenized, concentrated when required, thermally processed and aseptically filled maintaining sterility. The preparation process includes cutting, de-stoning, refining and packing. In case of aseptic product the pulp is sterilized and packed in aseptic bags. The refined pulp is also packed in cans, hermetically sealed and retorted. Frozen pulp is pasteurized and deep-frozen in plate freezers. The process ensures that the natural flavour and aroma of the fruit is retained in the final product.
Mango Pulp/Concentrate is perfectly suited for conversion to juices, nectars, drinks, jams, fruit cheese and various other kinds of beverages. It can also be used in puddings, bakery fillings, fruit meals for children and flavours for food industry, and also to make the most delicious ice creams, yoghurt and confectionery


Main varieties of Mango Pulp are Alphonso Mango Pulp, Totapuri Mango Pulp, Kesar Mango Pulp.

Areas of Cultivation and Processing:

Two main clusters of Mango Pulp are there in the country, which has around 65 processing units with a good backward linkage of Alphonso and Totapuri variety of mangoes. These clusters are Chittoor in the state of Andhra Pradesh and Krishnagiri in the state of Tamil Nadu . Some of the Processing units are in the state of Maharashtra and Gujrat.

India Facts and Figures :

India Facts and Figures : India is also a major exporter of Mango Pulp in the world. The country has exported 110923.73 MT of Mango Pulp to the world for the worth of Rs. 673.92 crores / 104.54 USD Millions during the year 2017-18.

Major Export Destinations (2017-18):
Saudi Arab, Yemen Republc, Netherland, U K and Kuwait

Mango Pulp
Tomato puree is a thick liquid made by cooking and straining tomatoes. The difference between tomato paste, tomato puree, and tomato sauce is consistency, tomato puree has a thicker consistency and a deeper flavor than sauce. Tomato puree can be used in soups, stews, sauces, or any other dish where the tomato flavor is desired, but not the texture. Tomato purée has approx 14% solids content.

Name of Fruit Tomato
Pulp / Concentrate / Puree Puree
Brix 10 to 12
Flavor Characteristics ripe Tomato
Color Red
pH 3.5+/ -o.4
Taste Characteristics ripe Tomato
Acidity 0.8+/-0.2
Packing details 850-gram tin packing, need to get other
Shelf Life 24 Months