Latest Products Latest Products Thu, 02 Apr 2020 16:12:38 +0530 en-us Bhaliya Wheat Seeds Fri, 12 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Bhaliya Wheat GW-1 Durum variety grown under conserved soil and moisture conditions in Bhal Region and nearby coastal areas. The grain of this improved variety is bold, very hard and vitreous. This variety draws higher price in comparison to other verities. This variety receives 25% higher premium compared to other durum varieties and 40 - 50% other bread wheat varieties. This variety is locally called “Chasia Wheat” or “Katha Wheat”. It has got registered Geographical Indication as “Bhaliya” Wheat Class 31”.   Bhaliya, a long grain wheat variety rich in protein and grown under conserved soil moisture conditions in Bhal region of Gujarat has received the Geographical Indication (GI) tag a move which is likely to benefit more than 50000 farmers in the Gujarat State. “Bhaliya wheat, which is cultivated in Bhal region. The Bhaliya Wheat has got the GI tag.   Specialty of Bhaliya- Chasiya Variety   It is having yellow endosperm, very hard bold and vitreous grain texture high protein content, high carotene and low water absorption capacity. This variety of Gujarat is popular not only in Gujarat but also in other parts of the country due to it’s a special characteristics   Features:   High nutritional value Purity Free from impurities   We are a trustworthy manufacturer and supplier of a superior quality Bhaliya Wheat. We process this wheat using advanced machines and techniques in adherence with set industry standards. Our offered wheat is widely used for making roti and other dishes as mentioned above. This wheat is highly appreciated by our patrons for its high nutritional value and taste. Our clients can avail the provided wheat in different packaging options as per their needs at pocket friendly prices. Bhaliya Wheat Flour Fri, 12 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Wheat flour is a powder made from the grinding of wheat used for human consumption. Wheat varieties are called "soft" or "weak" if gluten content is low, and are called "hard" or "strong" if they have high gluten content.   Bhaliya Wheat is used in making of Chapattis (roti). Chapattis of Bhaliya Wheat are very soft.  Bhaliya Wheat grains are very hard and bold with vitreous texture and desirable qualities like high protein content, medium sedimentation value, high carotene, less yellow berry and low water absorption. Bhaliya Wheat are rich in Gluten, a type of amino acid. It is also rich in protein. It has high amount of carotene and has low absorption of water.   The quality traits are preferable for Semolina (Suji) for use in Pasta goods like Macaroni, Spaghetti, Vermicelli, Noodles, Pizza etc. besides is locally consumed in the form of Bhakhari and Chapatti.   The sweet products namely Sweet Balls (Laddu), Halva, Shira) and Churmaalso prepared from this wheat flour are more relished.   An excellent Desi product- Thuli is prepared from half milled Bhaliya wheat, which is used as food for sick persons as well as for dinner purposes in the region. This Thuli is similar to Daliya   A very tasty sweet product locally known as Jadariyu is prepared from the flour of green roasted grain of this wheat with ghee and sugar. Desi Chickpeas Sat, 13 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Desi Chickpeas (Cicer arietinum) Kala Chana, Bengal Gram, Gram, Chana, Desi Chickpeas are a light to dark brown color. They are in the 6 to 7mm range, with a thick seed coat. Nutritional Overview A cup of boiled kala chana contains 269 calories. It has 4 grams of total fat, with less than 1/2 gram of cholesterol-raising saturated fat. Beans are good plant-based sources of protein, and 1 cup of kala chana contains 15 grams of protein, or 30 percent of the daily value based on a 2,000-calorie diet. Each cup of cooked kala chana provides 45 grams of total carbohydrates, including 8 grams of natural sugars. Garbanzo beans are cholesterol-free. Good Source of Dietary Fiber Each cup of kala chana provides 13 grams of dietary fiber. A high-fiber diet lowers your cholesterol levels and helps prevent constipation. Fiber helps regulate blood-sugar levels in individuals with diabetes, according to the Linus Pauling Institute Micronutrient Information Center. A 2,000-calorie diet should include at least 28 grams of fiber per day, but the average American consumes only 12 to 18 grams of fiber per day. Kala chana and other types of beans, lentils, fruits, vegetables and whole grains are good sources of fiber. Potassium and Sodium Each cup of kala chana provides 477 milligrams of potassium, or 14 percent of the daily value, and only 11 milligrams of sodium, or less than 1 percent of the daily value. Sodium causes your body to retain water and increases your blood pressure, while potassium helps reduce the effects of sodium, according to A high-potassium, low-sodium diet helps prevent high blood pressure and an increased risk of stroke and kidney disease. A cup of kala chana boiled in salt water contains 399 milligrams of sodium. Iron, Calcium and Folate A cup of boiled kala chana provides 4.7 milligrams of iron, or 28 percent of the daily value. Iron is a component of hemoglobin, which is the oxygen-carrying component of your red blood cells. Iron deficiency causes anemia. Each cup of boiled kala chana provides 80 milligrams of calcium, or 8 percent of the daily value for this bone-strengthening mineral. Pregnant women need to have adequate stores of folate for preventing neural tube birth defects, and a cup of boiled kala chana supplies 282 micrograms of folate, or 71 percent of the daily value. Roasted Chana Fri, 12 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Due to the support of our hard-working team, we present an exceptionally delicious range of Roasted Chana. Roasted Chana. Dry roasted chana or whole black grams (chickpeas) are typically eaten as a snack in India. The nutritional data proves chana to be an amazing source of protein, fiber, folate, minerals and fatty acids. ... Chanas are dry roasted with hot sand till they are crisp. Organic Raw Cotton Fri, 12 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530 Cotton Variety GCOT 21 (Non GMO) – certified under NPOP and NOP Standards   GCOT 21 variety released by Anand Agriculture University (AAU) in 1998 has attracted special attention of the farmers, not only in its recommended niches but in other parts of the country as well. At present, this variety has highest acreage in the zone. Anand Deshi Cotton-1 (ADC - 1) released in 2010 has given on an average 1306 kg/ha seed cotton yield against 1035, 1072 and 1202 kg/ha of V 797, G Cot 13 and G Cot 21 respectively, with overall increase of 27.8, 23.4 and 10.0 percent over V 797, G Cot 13 and G Cot 21 respectively, and 25.23, 20.18 and 4.48 % advantage in lint yield in that order. Recently cotton variety GADC 2 was released in 2015 by AAU. This variety has produced (1640 kg/ha) 39.9, 10.5, 5.8 and 2.8 per cent higher seed cotton yield over check varieties V 797 (1172 kg/ha), G Cot 13 (1484 kg/ha), G Cot 21 (1550 kg/ha) and ADC 1 (1596 kg/ha) respectively. It has recorded 45.4 per cent ginning out turn, 24.2 mm 2.5 % span length, 4.88 micronaire value and 19.3 g / tex tenacity (ICC mode).   Banseedhar Krushi Evam Pashupalan Producer Co. Ltd has got Organic Certification from APEDA and we have 500 certified organic cotton farmers.