Our Products

In the category of rice, we have authentic Basmati Rice, the most popular variety of rice worldwide. Originated in India, this rice has long, slender grains that can be cooked easily and do not stick together. The aromatic rice grains absorb the flavour of spices added while making the rice dishes, like Biryani and Pulav. Many people in India consume rice at least once in a day. Different people have different preferences of making rice, many people prefer jeera rice and while many like to eat plain, boiled rice along with the curry. Whichever preference one may have, they must use Basmati rice. Our company supplies rice to mainly businesses, like retailers, hotels, restaurants and super markets.
Spices are one of the major ingredients in the Indian culinary art. The colors, flavors and aroma are added to the food by adding different Indian spices. In every residential and commercial kitchen, one can find an array of boxes filled with whole and ground spices. Considering the daily use of many spices, our company started trading in the spices. The company can supply spice powder, like coriander, read chilly and turmeric. Customers can also buy spice mixtures that are used in making several vegetarian and non-vegetarian curries. We have in store garam masala, Chicken masala, meat masala and sabji masala.
Wheat is the cereal grain that is ground into wheat flour. Our company can supply you with wheat flour which is made from the entire wheat grains. In India and many other parts of the world, the flour is used to make chapati/ flat bread. Multigrain flour in the offering is wheat flour mixed with other grains, for instance maize, oats, barley and channa. Although, this flour is a mix of many natural grains that are ground into fine powder, but still this flour results in soft chapatis. 100% whole wheat flour is used in this type of flour, which means there is no maida. This is a rich source of calcium, iron and protein.
PP mats are plastic mats that are woven into different unique colors and designs. Today, these mats are produced from polypropylene granules as raw material using high-end machines. The granules are colored and extruded into hollow tubes which further woven into desired pattern along with the PP filament yarn which is used as warp and the tubes are used as weft. The lengthy mats produced are cut into desired length and sealed from the sides, followed by stitching of border tape on sealed ends. When not in use, the PP mats can be rolled so that it can take less storage space. The cleaning of PP mats is also really simple.
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