Grain Food

Yellow Maize
Nurition Fgsor Human 33.3% for Animals 66.6%
Production region
Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh
Growing season
July to October
Major Exporting Countries
USA, India
Input Usage

For production of starch, oil and protein, alcoholic beverages, food sweeteners

Packing Details

50 k.g. P.P. bags in general or as per buyers requirements.

Sorghum
Common name Jowar
Production region

Central India. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh (the Bundelkhand region) and Tamil Nadu

Growing season
December to March
Usage
Food as human consumption
Other Usage

Sorghum popularly known as jowar, is the most important food and fodder crop of dryland agriculture. In India, sorghum grain is eaten by human either by breaking the grain and cooking. To some extent it is also eaten as parched and popped grain. This grain is also fed to cattle, poultry and swine.

Packing Details

As per buyer’s requirements


Millet
Specification As per International standard
Production region

Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan

Growing season
December to March
Usage
Food as human consumption
Other Usage

Millet is used in various cultures in many diverse ways: The Hunza’s use millet as a cereal, in soups, and for making a dense, whole grain bread called chapatti. In India flat thin cakes called roti are often made from millet flour and used as the basis for meals.

Packing Details

As per buyer’s requirements


Rice
Plant Family Graminae
Production region

China, India, Thailand, Pakistan

Growing season
South west Indian states
Usage
Cuisine , general human consumption
Cultivation

Cultivated rice is of two types; African or Oriental. The most common is that of species Oryza sativa (Oriental) with the probable countries of origin being South China to East India.

Packing Details

As per buyer’s requirements

Cassia
Plant Family Fabaceae
Mojor buyers from India

United States & Canada

Growing states in India
Arunachal Pradesh, Maharashtra
Usage
Majorly as flavoring agent
Other information

Cassia bark is a popular ingredient in foods, beverages, perfumery, toiletries and cosmetics, while the oil of cassia finds extensive application in liquors and beauty products.

Packing Details

As per buyer’s requirements