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Organic Grains & Pulses

Pulses are commonly known as Dal in India. India is the world’s largest producer and consumer for pulses.   India being the largest producer of grain legumes grows a total production varying between 12.0 and 14.0 million metric tonnes (MMT) in recent years. The major pulses that are grown and harvested are Pigeon peas (Arhar) and Tyson chickpeas (Gram or Desi Chana). Their share in the total pulses production is about 21% and 33% respectively. Few other countries do grow pulses but cannot compete with the high volumes and quality of grain pulses grown in India.
MRT Offers finest quality wide range of pulses and grains in whole and ground under EU and USDA standards certified by LACON, Germany.

  • Black gram (urad)
  • Brown gram (kala chana)
  • Chickpea (kabooli chana)
  • Cowpea (lobia)
  • Green gram (moong)
  • Green peas (mattar)
  • Kidney beans (rajma)
  • Pigeon pea (arhar dal)
  • Red lentils (masoor dal)
  • Soya bean
  • Basmati rice
  • Cone powder
  • Finger millet (ragi)
  • Pearl millet (bajra)
  • Ponni rice
  • Raggi
  • Raggi powder
  • Red rice
  • Rice powder
  • Sona masuri rice
  • Wheat
  • Wheat powder
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