Grains are an important and very common part of our daily diet. Everywhere around the world, grains are used for multiple purposes. It is so because grains have some great nutrients stored within. The multi utility of grains has made them a farmer’s favourite and the resulting impact of this is clearly seen in the grains trading industry. Grains importer and grains exporter have maintained that grains are a profitable commodity for them. As a trading company that processes, imports and exports various agricultural goods, we too have seen the commercial viability in the export of grains. In India, the farming and harvesting of grains is a widespread activity. This is because India is the largest producer of grains in the world! “India’s foodgrains, consisting of rice, wheat, pulses and coarse cereals, production, will likely be a record 316.06 million tonne (mt) for the 2021-22 crop year (July-June)” (Source: www.financialexpress.com).  

Grains exporters say that the high consumption of grains comes from the high-volume daily intake of the same. Let us, for example, take the pulses. Indian pulses like moong dal, chana dal, urad dal and toor dal comprise eighty percent of the Indian food platter. Be it lunch or dinner, there is always a food preparation of dal that is present in an Indian’s daily diet.  

You might think that these grains are staple food choices because of their easy availability and affordability. But fact be told, these grains are actually so loved by consumers and grains exporter as well as grains importer in India alike because of the nutritional content they carry. Grains are a large group of food and while specifically they carry their own unique health gifts, generally too they are rich in iron, zinc, copper, magnesium, antioxidants and Vitamin B.  

Now, let us look at the specific yet great benefits that some of these grains carry:  

  1. Millet 

Millets are popular amongst grains exporter companies in India. In fact they have a long history that can be traced back to the Harappan Civilisation. The best part about millets is that they can be grown in any soil and weather conditions. Alongside this, they are high in nutrients like iron, magnesium, fibers and phosphorus. Millets are known to support digestion and these even improve blood deficiencies. Generally in India, dishes like Upma, Khichdi and Dosa are made out of millet grains.  

  1. Dal 

Dals are the most honoured of the grains. These are also called ‘pulses’ or ‘lentils’. Dals are exported by grains exporter all over the world because of their diversity. These are available in multiple varieties of colours, shapes and sizes. Also, upon cooking each dal gives a different taste. In India, dal is used for endless number of meal preparations like Kadhi, Sev and Ladoos! 

  1. Chickpeas 

Chickpeas are quite literally the best hunger fix for most healthy eaters. They taste amazing, be it boiled or in an intensely cooked way as well. They belong to the family of ‘legumes’ and they get their name from a Latin word called, ‘Cicer’. The main kinds of chickpeas traded by grains exporter in India are called Kabuli Chana and Kala Chana. These are packed with fibers, iron, vitamins, magnesium, selenium and potassium. Dishes like Chhole-Kulche and Sev-Chaat are made using chickpeas.  

There are many varieties of grains available in the market and each of these have a great impact on our health when included in our daily diet. If you are looking to make that change and reap the goodness of grains through your food intake, then we guarantee that you will thank us later! We are an agricultural trading company in India, with an international reputation of being high quality grains exporter and importer. Contact us at +91 95714 25303 or [email protected] to know more! 

Sources: https://www.financialexpress.com/

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