CEREALS/PULSES

CORIANDER SEEDS

Coriander or Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) is a species of Coriandrum sativum L. in the family Apiaceae, native to the Southwestern Asia and Northern Africa which is widely cultivated as a spice and herb.

Coriander is widely used in Mexican, Indian, European and Middle Eastern dishes. Two cultivar of Coriander exist: Moroccan and Indian. Common names for this herb include Cilantro, Chinese Cilantro, Coriander and Chinese parsley.

oriander Quick Facts
Name:Coriander
Scientific Name:Coriandrum sativum
OriginSouthwestern Asia and northern Africa
ColorsWhite or pink flowers; Across: 1.6 in. (4 cm)
ShapesRound, globular or ovate; Diameter: 6 mm; Length: 1/4 inch
Calories5 Kcal./cup
Major nutrientsVitamin K (51.67%)
Vitamin A (9.57%)
Vitamin C (6.00%)
Copper (5.00%)
Iron (4.38%)
Health benefitsReduce inflammation, Skin ailments, Reduce cholesterol, Aid digestion, Reduce blood pressure

WHEAT

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SOYABEAN

Soybeans are processed for their oil (see uses below) and meal (for the animal feed industry). A smaller percentage is processed for human consumption and made into products including soy milk, soy flour, soy protein, tofu and many retail food products. Soybeans are also used in many non-food (industrial) products. Best quality soybean available with us.

MUSTURD SEED

Mustard seeds are rich in a nutrient called selenium, known for its high anti-inflammatory effects. The high source of magnesium in mustard seeds helps reducing the severity of asthma attacks and certain symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and lowering blood pressure.

BUCKWHEAT

It is gluten-free, a good source of fiber, and rich in minerals and various plant compounds, especially rutin. As a result, buckwheat consumption is linked to several health benefits, including improved blood sugar control and heart health.

Black lentil/Urad

Black Gram is one of the famous lentils used in southern part of Asia, especially in Indian cuisine. Rich in protein, fat and carbohydrates, urad dal is brimming with many health benefits.

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