Botanical name Cicer arietinum Taste Typical Odor Odourless, no foreign odours Color Typical, beige/yellow Production area 4000 Tons Caliber 6 mm to 9 mm Packing White polypropylene packaging bag of 25 kg y 50 kg Loading 20 feet: 24 metric tonnes ANALYSIS VALUES Foreign bodies 1.00% max Insect damage 0.50% min Moisture 14.00% max Stained grains 1.00% max Slightly stained 3.00% max Broken 1.00% max
Human Consumption and animal feed Product origin : Russia Key Specifications/Special Features : Sizes : 6+ 8+ Desi, Kabuli Minimum Order Size and Packgaing details : MOQ : 2-4 FCL Package : 25 KG, Bulk
Chickpeas ( Cicer Arietinum ) Chickpeas are legumes of the family, Fabaceae, and they are one of the oldest legumes to be cultivated by, humans. They are large roundish legumes with a bumpy surface. There are two commercial classes of, chickpea: Desi and Kabuli. The desi type has a thick, coloured seed coat and a coloure d flower. The, kabuli type (also known as garbanzo bean) has a thin, white seed coat and a white flower., The Kabuli variety has a thin, white seed coat and it is relatively bigger in size than other variet y. It is, grown in temperate and sub-tropical regions. Kabuli Chickpeas are mainly used in salad bars, soups,, snack food, vegetable mixes, or ground into hummus. It is widely used in Middle Eastern and, Mediterranean cuisines. Chick Peas cultivating states in India are Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan , Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh.. Caliber Count (count per ounce ) 38/40 (14mm) 40/42 (12mm) 42/44 (11mm) 44/46 (10mm) 58/60 (8mm) 75/80 (7mm ) Moisture : 10% to 12% Look forward hearing from you soon.
Commodity: Kabuli Chickpeas colour beige, rounded regular shape, cleaned, calibered and dried. Practically free from foreign materials, fungi, live or dead weevils. Calibre : 7mm,8mm,9mm & 10mm Origin: Argentina Packing: 50kg bags Shipment loading: Product is ready to ship and we will ship right away. Quantity available : Any quantity we can ship.
Chickpeas also known as Black Chana was first grown in Australia as a commercial crop in Goondiwindi during the early 1970s. It is now an important crop in northern farming systems (NSW and Queensland) and becoming more widely grown in southern (Victoria and South Australia) and western (Western Australia) regions. Also known as Bengal gram, Black Chana grain is exceptionally high in protein and has a low glycemic index making it an excellent protein for people with Diabetes. Black Chana, are light to dark brown colour. They are in the 6 to 7mm range, with a thick seed coat. Desi Chickpeas produced are split in half to make Chana Dahl, this split form are ground into flour called Besan.
Product Specification Name: Kabuli Chick Peas Moisture: 14% Admixture: 0.5% Broken grain: max 2, 5% Foreign Matter: 0.2% Counts: 42-44 Style: Fried Imperfect Rate and color grains: 1% Max Sizes 42-44 Count per Oz (12 MM) 44-46 Count per Oz (10 MM) 58-60 Count per Oz (9 MM) 75-80 Count per Oz (7-8 MM) Also available bigger sizes: 40-42, 38-40 & 36-38 (42/44, 44/46, 46/48, 58/60, 60/62) Broken, Split, Warm Eaten: 2.00% Aborded, Green, Brown: 2.00% Stain: 1.00% Smooth: 1.00% Foreign Matter: 0.20% Product Name Chickpeas Size 7mm, 8mm, 9mm, 10mm, 11mm, 12mm Moisture 14% max Admixture 0.5% max Imperfect rate 3% max
There are two types of chickpeas: desi and kabuli. Desi contains smaller, darker seeds and have more of a rough coat. Kabuli is a larger, lighter colored bean with a smoother coat. Chickpeas come in a variety of colors – Green, black, brown and red, though the most popular and recognized color is beige. They have a buttery texture and nutty taste. Most chickpeas found in the grocery (especially canned garbanzos) are cream-colored and relatively round.
Chickpeas Varieties:Kabuli, Spaniola, Velvetted,Desi,Tyson,Yellow Gram, Split. Origin:Turkey, Canada, USA, Iraq, Syria,Uzbekistan, Bulgaria, Australia, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Canada, India, Russia , Ukraine
Product Name: Yellow Peas Specifications : -Size: from 8+ up to 12+mm - Moisture: 12% -Foreign Matter: Max 1% - Broken 0.5-1% - Damage Discolour/ Fungus Max 1% - Origin: UZBEKISTAN Quantity: 400 MT Shipping Terms: FCA or CIF Payment Terms: To be discussed with the Buyers.
We are offering Chickpeas origin, 2019 crop year. Different quality (raw low quality or 5mm,6mm,7mm,8mm,sortex), according to buyer's requirements. Smell - inherent smell (not musty, not moldy, no extraneous smells); Color - Beige or yellow-brown; Moisture - not more than 16%; Contamination by pests is not allowed; SGS certification, any other required certification; Port of loading - Novorossiysk, Russia; Payment terms - L/C is preferable, will be negotiated with a buyer
We are offering Chickpeas origin, 2019 crop year. Different quality (raw low quality or 5mm,6mm,7mm,8mm,sortex), according to buyer's requirements. Smell - inherent smell (not musty, not moldy, no extraneous smells); Color - Beige or yellow-brown; Moisture - not more than 16%; Contamination by pests is not allowed; SGS certification, any other required certification; Port of loading - Novorossiysk, Russia Payment terms - L/C is preferable, will be negotiated with a buyer
Different types are variously known as gram or Bengal gram, garbanzo or garbanzo bean, Egyptian pea, chana, and chole. Grade 1 2 3 Size grading, % m/m min. 98 98 n/a
The chickpea or chick pea is a legume of the family Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae. It is also known as gram, or Bengal gram, and sometimes known as Egyptian pea, or chana or Kabuli Chana (particularly in northern India). Its seeds are high in protein. It is one of the earliest cultivated legumes Desi has small, darker seeds and a rough coat. It is grown mostly in India and other parts of the Indian subcontinent, as well as in Ethiopia, Mexico, and Iran. Desi means ‘country’ or ‘local’ in Hindustani; its other names include Bengal gram or kala chana (black chickpea in both Hindi and Urdu) or chhola boot. Desi is probably the earliest variety because it closely resembles seeds found both on archaeological sites and the wild plant ancestor Cicer reticulatum of domesticated chickpeas, which only grows in southeast Turkey, where it is believed to have originated. Desi chickpeas have a markedly higher fiber content than other varieties, and hence a very low glycemic index, which may make them suitable for people with blood sugar problems.