Pulses & Legumes

  • pea green

    Pea – Green

    They provide good to very good amounts of 8 vitamins, 7 minerals, dietary fiber and protein. Botanical name: Pisum Sativum Planting time: April/May Harvest time: November/December Packing options: Bags or bulk in container Tonnage per 20’fcl: 22 metric tons (bags), 23 metric tons (bulk)

  • lentils whole

    Lentils – Whole

    Lentils are packed with nutrients, fiber, complex carbohydrates, and folic acid. Botanical name: Lens Culinaris Varieties: Nugget, Northfield, Aldinga Planting time: April/May Harvest time: November/December Packing options: Bags or bulk in container Tonnage per 20’fcl: 24 metric tons (bags), 25 metric tons (bulk)

  • green beans - moong split

    Green Mung Beans – Splits (with skin on)

    Mung beans are high in overall nutritional content, low in calories, sodium and fat, and exhibit powerful antioxidant properties that fight disease and protect your body. Botanical name: Vigna Radiata Planting time: September Harvest time: February to April Packing options: Bags container Tonnage per 20’fcl: 22 metric tons

  • green beans whole

    Green Mung Beans – Whole

    Mung beans produce an edible sprout that’s crisp and described as nutty tasting. Botanical name: Vigna Radiata Planting time: September Harvest time: February to April Packing options: Bags or bulk in container Tonnage per 20’fcl: 22 metric tons (bag), 24 metric tons (bulk)

  • faba beans whole

    Faba Beans – Whole

    Faba Beans – Whole; originated in the Middle East and are now an important food crop in China and many Mediterranean and African countries. Botanical name: Vicia Faba Planting time: April/May Harvest time: November/December Packing options: Bags or bulk in container Tonnage per 20’fcl: 22 metric tons (bag), 24 metric tons (bulk)

  • faba beans split

    Faba Beans – Split

    Split dried fava beans are delicious, healthy and a great source of vegetable protein. Botanical name: Vicia Faba Planting time: April/May Harvest time: November/December Packing options: Bags in container Tonnage per 20’fcl: 22 metric tons

  • Broad Beans – Whole (Yellow/Brown)

    Broad Beans – Whole (Yellow/Brown)

    Broad bean is cultivated for both animal and human consumption, soil development, and medicinal uses. Botanical name: Vicia Faba Var Major Planting time: May/June Harvest time: December/January Size options: 50-55 per 100grams 65-70 per 100 grams 90-110 per 100 grams 60/20/20 Packing options: Bags in container Tonnage per 20’fcl: 20 metric tons  

  • broad beans split

    Broad Beans – Split

    Split dried beans are skinned and split in half. They’re especially versatile, very easy to cook and don’t even need soaking! Botanical name: Vicia Faba Var Major Planting time: April/May Harvest time: November/December Packing options: Bags in container Tonnage per 20’fcl: 22 metric tons  

  • broad beans large green

    Broad Beans (Large Green)

    Broad Beans are large, flattened, light green pods usually eaten shelled for their delicious beans. They are one of the ancient cultivated crops probably originated in the fertile valleys of Asia Minor or Mediterranean region. Botanical name: Vicia Faba Var Major Planting time: May/June Harvest time: December/January Packing options: Bags in container Tonnage per 20’fcl: […]

  • Adzuki Beans

    Adzuki beans are widely grown in Himalayas and different parts of East Asia. These beans are native to China and are commonly referred to as Vignaangularis. They are generally small and are reddish brown in color. They also have white ridges on one of their edges. Adzuki beans are revered for having high protein content […]

  • chickpeas

    Chickpeas

    Chickpeas are grown in the Mediterranean, western Asia, the Indian subcontinent, Australia, the Palouse region, and the Great Plains. India is the world leader in chickpea (Bengal gram) production, and produces some fifteen times as much as the second-largest producer, Australia. Other key producers are Pakistan, Turkey, Myanmar, Ethiopia and Iran. Botanical name: Cicer Arietinum […]

  • Peas – Pigeon

    Peas – Pigeon

    Pigeon peas are both a food crop (dried peas, flour, or green vegetable peas) and a forage/cover crop. In combination with cereals, pigeon peas make a well-balanced human food. The dried peas may be sprouted briefly, then cooked, for a flavor different from the green or dried peas. Botanical name: Pisum Sativum Planting time: April/May […]

  • lupins sweet

    Lupins – Sweet (Hamburg)

    Lupin have the highest protein and dietary fibre content of the pulses. They also have the lowest starch content. Botanical name: Lupinus Albus Planting time: April/May Harvest time: December/January Packing options: Bags or bulk in container Tonnage per 20’fcl: 22 metric tons (bags), 24 metric tons (bulk)

  • lentils red split

    Lentils – Red Split

    Lentils are a low in calories, low fat and cholesterol free food as well as being inexpensive. Botanical name: Lens Culinaris Planting time: April/May Harvest time: November/December Packing options: Bags in container Tonnage per 20’fcl: 22 – 24 metric tons