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We are US INTERNATIONAL based in KARACHI , Pakistan. We are member of Tradekey.com since March, 2010. Our business is related to Industrial Machinery industry and we specifically deal in wheat bran, rice bran, palm kernal, corn, cannola. Please find our product details below:

Pulses
Pulses is a general name given to plants that provide dried edible seeds. Split pulses in India are 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 ( chana 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.

Composition Pulses supply the same amount of calories as cereals ie 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 proteins.

Benefits of Sprouted Pulses

When 100 grams of whole green pulse is sprouted, the sprouts provide 0.06 mg thiamine, 0.66 mg riboflavin, 1.5 mg niacin and 82 mg ascorbic acid.

Other key nutrients provided by the pulse exchange are iron, vitamins of B group and dietary fiber which mainly comes from whole pulses

OIL SEED
Our food must contain certain essential oils which our bodies cannot make for ourselves. We should aim for a balanced diet containing all types of oils - the ideal balance for each of us depends on our individual physiology, how lacking we are in essential oils and how this has affected us. We also need certain co-factors (vitamins and minerals) to digest and use the oils effectively. If you are seeking to treat a health problem, always consult a qualified medical practitioner.

Seed oil content and composition can vary widely with plant variety and growing conditions. The information here gives average values, where data sources vary.

The essential oils, linoleic acid LA and gamma linolenic acid GLA (omega 6's), and alpha linolenic acid ALA or LNA (omega 3), deteriorate rapidly if processed or stored badly, so if you buy the oil rather than the seed, always check that it has been both processed and stored away from heat, light and air. If you buy toasted seed (sesame snaps for example), only count about one tenth of their raw omega 3 or 6 content towards your diet.

Oleic acid OA (omega 9) is not so essential, is stable under air/light/heat, and is common in Western foods.

OIL SEED
Our food must contain certain essential oils which our bodies cannot make for ourselves. We should aim for a balanced diet containing all types of oils - the ideal balance for each of us depends on our individual physiology, how lacking we are in essential oils and how this has affected us. We also need certain co-factors (vitamins and minerals) to digest and use the oils effectively. If you are seeking to treat a health problem, always consult a qualified medical practitioner.

Seed oil content and composition can vary widely with plant variety and growing conditions. The information here gives average values, where data sources vary.

The essential oils, linoleic acid LA and gamma linolenic acid GLA (omega 6's), and alpha linolenic acid ALA or LNA (omega 3), deteriorate rapidly if processed or stored badly, so if you buy the oil rather than the seed, always check that it has been both processed and stored away from heat, light and air. If you buy toasted seed (sesame snaps for example), only count about one tenth of their raw omega 3 or 6 content towards your diet.

Oleic acid OA (omega 9) is not so essential, is stable under air/light/heat, and is common in Western foods.

Pulses
Pulses is a general name given to plants that provide dried edible seeds. Split pulses in India are 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 ( chana 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.

Composition Pulses supply the same amount of calories as cereals ie 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 proteins.

Benefits of Sprouted Pulses

When 100 grams of whole green pulse is sprouted, the sprouts provide 0.06 mg thiamine, 0.66 mg riboflavin, 1.5 mg niacin and 82 mg ascorbic acid.

Other key nutrients provided by the pulse exchange are iron, vitamins of B group and dietary fiber which mainly comes from whole pulses

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  • Year Established

    2010
  • Member Since:

    12-Mar-2010
  • No. of Employees

    1-5

Services

wheat bran, rice bran, palm kernal, corn, cannola