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Chickpeas

Whole peas split to remove the hard outer coating and broken into two parts. A natural source of protein.

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Yellow Split peas

Whole peas split to remove the hard outer coating and broken into two parts. A natural source of protein.

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Soybean

Organic raw soy beans are an excellent source of protein and nutrition. Use them in cooking, or for making your own organic soy milk.

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Green peas

We source only the best wheat from home and abroad, and we have invested heavily in the latest milling technology. Our flours are created with attention to detail, supplying everyone from home and independent bakers to retail multiples and major food retailers. And in an often volatile wheat market, our people work closely with our customers to minimise the impact of unexpected price spikes.

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Red lentil

Our products are of superior quality and to ensure the authenticity we undertake strict quality control processes resulting into consistency in weight, colour and taste.

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Buckwheat

The buckwheat does not contain wheat or gluten, and is high in protein. If desired, the raw white buckwheat can be toasted to a light brown color, giving it a delicious flavor.

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Green Split Peas

green split peas are full of protein, fiber and iron. Green split peas are easy to prepare—no need to presoak. Delicious and hearty

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Mung beans

Mung Beans are an all natural dried bean, also known as Green Gram, and are great for sprouting. Mung Bean sprouts are the most common sprouted bean

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Green lentil

Green lentil with a green skin and yellow cotyledon. It is used in soups and has a relatively neutral flavor. All Natural Shelled Dried Ready to Cook.

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Corn

Skilled agricultural farmers who grow these crops with utmost care and perfection.