Rice being the staple food the world over, India is home to a variety of Rice, like brown rice, red rice, Sona Masoori Rice, long grain rice, short grain rice including its world famous Basmati Rice.
It is the grain with the third-highest worldwide production, after maize (corn) and wheat, according to data for 2009.Rice is often directly associated with prosperity and fertility, therefore there is the custom of throwing rice at wedding. Rice is the most important grain with regard to human nutrition and caloric intake, providing more than one fifth of the calories consumed worldwide by the human species.
Pulses are a general name given to plants that provide dried edible seeds. Split pulses in India is known as Dal. Dried peas and beans have about the same composition as Pulses. In tropics, pulses are second only to cereals as important sources of calories and proteins. Bengal gram ( channa dal ), red gram ( tuver dal ), green gram ( mung dal ), black gram ( urad dal ) and lentils ( masur dal ) are the most widely consumed pulses in India.
Pulses supply the same amount of calories as cereals i.e. 350 kcal per 100 gm. dry weight. Protein The protein content of pulses is about 20% to 25% about twice as much as that of cereal's, making them the most economical source of protein.
We always check out its color and freshness before buying, also need to see the stones or insect damages in Rice and Dals. Carefully make sure that the Dal, which you are purchasing, is not cracked and is free from debris. We provide high quality Rice to our customers at much competitive price range.