The word "Pulses" commonly known as peas, beans or lentils is today a household word. These are found to contain low fat, low sodium, high fiber, no cholesterol and a good source of protein and minerals. They have emerged as the most important crop group which has been cultivated by human since ancient times. They have become very important in our daily diet. At least one of these pulses - chana dal/chickpeas, toor dal, urad dal, urad dal chikka, urad dal gota, vaal dal, mung dal, mung dal chikka, lentil split dal, lentil football quality, split yellow peas is found in the menu of most of the Indian families every day.
Production of pulses is restricted to Asian countries to a large extent and particularly in the Indian subcontinent. Apart from India some of the other countries producing pulses are: Myanmar, Brazil, Pakistan, Canada, Australia, Turkey, US and Tanzania. Over the years, India continues to be the largest producer and consumer of pulses in the world. Among all other pulses, chana/chickpeas continue to be the largest consumed in this complex, chana/chickpea comprises of 45-50% of the total pluses production of India. The major pulse crops grown in India are chana dal/chickpeas, toor dal, urad dal, urad dal chikka, urad dal gota, vaal dal, mung dal, mung dal chikka, lentil split dal, lentil football quality, split yellow peas.
India grows a variety of pulse crops under a wide range of agro-climate conditions and is recognized globally as a major player in pulses contributing around 25-28% of the total global production. A liberal trade regime has kept imports in the country around 25 lakh tonnes per annum i.e. 20-25% of domestic production. India's pulse production during the last 10 years varied in the range of 11 to 15 million tonnes. Area under pulse cultivation is 12.85 million hectares and yields range averagely between 1000 to 1200 kg per hectare per annum.
Bahuvida Limited has PAN India presence with experienced professionals and strategic alliance partners, suppliers, vendors, producers to supply human consumption pulses and grains around the world. The products we can export 100% Indian origin offering the best prices through reduced overheads while maintaining the highest quality through our rigid quality assurance program. We work actively with the most experienced processors to provide the best quality care to our clients in terms of product quality, shipment handling, customer satisfaction and competitive price.
We trade pulses domestically and export the same in high quality as required by our customers for all kind of special crops, our team pay personal attention for every shipment. We monitor shipments from loading to unloading with the knowledge and expertise in international trade exporting.
India is one of the world's largest producers of rice and brown rice, accounting for 20% of all world rice production an... Read more
Maize is the third most important cereal in India after rice and wheat. Currently it is cultivated over 8.12million hect... Read more
Wheat is a crop of global significance. It is grown in diversified environments. It is a staple food of millions of peop... Read more
Jowar (depending upon the geographical regions it's also called as Sorghum, Durra, Egyptian Millet, Guinea Corn, Milo, S... Read more
Barley, a member of the grass family, is a major cereal grain grown in temperate climates globally. It was one of the fi... Read more
Soya Bean (also called as Soybean) is a species of legume native to world population, widely grown for its edible bean... Read more
Sugar is the generic name for sweet-tasting, soluble carbohydrates, many of which are used in food. There are various ty... Read more
Millets are a group of highly variable small-seeded grasses, widely grown around the world as cereal crops or grains for... Read more
India is also known as the House of Spices. It is the global spice market producing tonnes of spices each year. Indian s... Read more
Edible oils and Oilseeds are two of the most essential commodities in any economy. India is one of the largest producers... Read more