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- In appearance; creamy, light golden kernels
- In texture; firm and crunchy
- Intact (for whole kernels only); however, slight superficial damage is not considered as a defect
- Sound; produce affected by rotting or deterioration such as to make it unfit for human consumption is excluded.
- Clean; practically free of any visible foreign matter.
- Whole kernels are sufficiently developed; no shrunken or shrivelled kernels which are extremely flat and wrinkled, or with dehydrated, dried out or tough portions affecting more than 25 per cent of the kernel (per kernel).
- Free from blemishes, areas of discolouration or spread stains in pronounced contrast with the rest of the kernel/pieces. For whole kernels this should not affect in aggregate more than 25 per cent of the kernel (per kernel).
- Well formed.
- Free from living pests, whatever stage of development.
- Free from damage caused by pests, including the presence of dead insects and/or mites, their debris or excreta.
- Free from mould filaments visible to the naked eye.
- Free from rancidity
- Free from abnormal external moisture
- Free of foreign smell and/or taste.
We export various varieties including bold peanuts, java peanuts, blanched bold peanuts, blanched java peanuts, peanuts in shell bold, peanuts splits and peanuts shell java. Peanuts are popularly used in Thailand, Western and Eastern cooking. They impart a nutty aroma to the food and enhance flavours.
We also supply raw as well as salted peanuts as per the requirement of our clients. The peanuts are dark pink in colour and are used in the oil manufacturing industry, medical industry and food industry. We supply both kind of groundnut with running type of count.
The peanut varieties we export are
- Bold peanuts
- Java peanuts
- Blanched Bold peanuts
- Blanched Java peanuts
- Peanuts in shell Bold
- Peanuts in shell Java
- Peanuts splits
Pecan is a smooth, thin-shelled oval nut of a commercially important deciduous tree – Carya illinoinensis – native to central and southern United States. It is a member of the hickory family. The nut’s smooth, tan shell averages about 1 inch in length and, though hard, is relatively thin. The buttery-rich kernel is golden-brown on the outside and beige inside. Chopped or halved shelled pecans are available year-round in cellophane packages, cans and jars. Though unshelled pecans are also available throughout the year, their peak season is during the autumn months.
Pecans contain different forms of vitamin E, which protects blood lipids from oxidation. Oxidation of lipids in the body – a process akin to rusting – is detrimental to health. When the “bad” (LDL) cholesterol becomes oxidized, it is more likely to build up and result in clogged arteries. Thus just adding just a handful of pecans to one’s diet each day may help inhibit unwanted oxidation of blood lipids, thus helping prevent coronary heart disease.
Pecans can aid in weight loss and maintenance. According to this study/research peacan consumption may increase metabolic rates and enhance satiety. When used in conjunction with a healthy low-fat
Pine Nuts are the edible seeds of certain pines, such as the pinon. The seeds vary in size – are found enclosed in the cone which take 3 to 4 years to mature. The seed are cylindrical in shape and can be up to 2,5 cm in length. One tree can bear about 25 cones, each producing about 100 seeds.The two main kinds are the triangular Chinese pine and the slender Italian Pine nuts.
Pine nut oil extracted from the edible seeds of several species of pine, has a delicate, nutty taste and is used as a flavoring agent. The oil’s rich flavor makes it a good choice for marinades, for use on vegetables, or in salad dressings. Since pine nut oil has a relatively low smoke point, it is therefore not generally used during cooking.
Raisins are processed by sun drying and tray drying several different types of grapes. They are small and sweetly flavored with a wrinkled texture. Indian Raisins are available in different size and colors. They have a flavor similar to the grapes from which they are made, but the drying process which creates them concentrates the amount of sugar making them taste much sweeter. They are a naturally stable food and resist spoilage due to their low moisture and low pH.
The only raw material for making raisins is grapes. To make 1 kilo of raisins, over 4 Kg of fresh grapes are required. These grapes must have certain qualities in order to produce quality raisins. For example, they must ripen early and be easy to dry. Additionally, they must have a soft texture, not stick together when stored, have no seeds, and have a pleasing flavor. The most important grapes for raisin production include Thompson Seedless, Sonakka, Rudstalk. Raisin production for selected countries is forecast at almost 1.2 million metric tons (tons), up 100,000 tons from the previous year.