Major Oilseeds



India is the world's largest producer of sesame seeds. India produces a wide range of sesame seed varieties and grades each peculiar to the region where they are grown.
 

WHITISH SESAME SEEDS

From Gujarat and it's adjoining states are widely preferred due to its colour and size. Different grades available are:

Natural Sesame Seeds

Grade

Whitish Seeds

Other Colour Seeds

FFA

Purity

99 / 1

Min 99 pct

Max 1 pct

Max 2 pct also possible Max 1 pct

Min 98 pct also possible Min 99 pct, 99.5 pct, 99.9 pct and 99.97 pct

98 / 2

Min 98 pct

Max 2 pct

95 / 5

Min 95 pct

Max 5 pct

 

 

 

 

BLACK SESAME SEEDS

Black Sesame seed is available in following grades

Black Sesame Seeds

Grade

Black Seeds

Other Colour Seeds

FFA

Purity

99 / 1

Min 99 pct

Max 1 pct

Max 2 pct also possible Max 1 pct

Min 98 pct also possible Min 99 pct, 99.5 pct, 99.9 pct

98 / 2

Min 98 pct

Max 2 pct

 

 

 

 

CRUSHING QUALITY SESAME SEED

Brown Sesame Seeds

Mixed Grade (Brown, Brown / Black, from Whitish)

Oil Min 48 pct

FFA Max 2 pct

Purity Min 98 pct or 99 pct

 

 

 

 

HULLED SESAME SEED

Hulling is done mechanically and manually, colour sortexed and meeting required global standards, top grade product for round the year shipments. Indian hulled sesame seeds now find market for both wide range of edible purposes.

Hulled Sesame Seeds

 

 

 

 

PACKING

Indian Sesame seeds are offered in different packing as per the buyer's requirement

Sesame Packaging

New Jute Bags

75, 50 or 25 Kgs

HDPE / Poly Propelene (PP) Bags

50 or 25 Kgs

Multi-ply paper bags

25 Kgs, 50 Lbs or 25 Lbs

 

 

 

 

INDIAN SAFFLOWER SEEDS

Indian Safflower seed crop is harvested during February every year and is estimated at about 3,50,000 Tons. Indigenously, use of safflower oil as cooking medium is on increase due to low saturated fats. Indian safflower seed has special demand for bird feed due to its bold size and whitish colour.

Safflower Seeds

 

 

 

 

INDIAN SUNFLOWER SEEDS

The Sunflower seed production has registered a quantum growth with Sunflower Oil gaining popularity as a cooking medium in recent years. The oil content in Indian Sunflower seed ranges between 38 and 44% whereas protein content is 18-20%.
 

In recent years, exporters have invested in developing technology for Hulling of Sunflower Seeds. Few plants are now processing Sunflower Kernels and their product has gained importers' attention in major markets. Capacities are expected to grow rapidly in new future.

Sunflower Seeds

 

 

 

 

INDIAN HPS GROUNDNUT KERNELS

India is one of the largest producer of Groundnuts in the world. Indian groundnuts are available in different varieties: i.e. Bolds or Runners, Javas or Spanish and Red Natals; and have a rich nutty flavour, sweet taste, crunchy texture and a relatively longer shelf life.

Groundnuts in India are available throughout the year due to a two-crop cycle harvested in March and October. On an average, India produces 7- 8 million tons of groundnuts (unshelled) every year. In fact, considering the current export figures, India has a much larger potential to supply high quality groundnuts to the international buyer.

The awareness and concern for quality amongst the Indian groundnut shellers and processors are growing steadily. Multiple sorting and grading are fast becoming a norm. Indian shippers have the capability to prepare and supply edible peanuts conforming to highest standards.
 

Blanched Peanuts

Peanut - Bold

Peanut - Java

Peanut - Red

GROUNDNUT KERNELS

TYPE

COUNTS PER OUNCE

SPECIFICATIONS

BOLD

35/40, 38/42, 40/45, 45/50, 45/55, 60/70, 70/80

Moisture Max. 7 pct

Aflatoxin as per permissible limits

JAVA

40/50, 45/55, 60/70, 70/80, 80/90, 100/120

 

RED SKIN JAVA

70/80, 80/90

 

 

 

 

 

RAPESEEDS & MUSTARD

Predominantly grown in the northern belt of India, the production of this seeds has made rapid progress in the last decade.
 

The biggest advantage is that they can be grown in a wide range of agro-climatic conditions. In India, rapeseed and mustard are grouped together. Amongst the nine major oilseeds cultivated in India, they come second, only after groundnut. The harvest usually takes place in March or April.
 

The oil content in rapeseed and mustard is between 36 and 42 %. Indian mustard, has a pungent flavour and is often used as a spice in the varied Indian cuisine.

Rapeseeds

Mustard Seeds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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