Rich in proteins, minerals, complex carbohydrates, vitamins, etc., our Pulses are known for their excellent grades and high nutritional content. The company is known as one of the prominent Pulses Exporters and Suppliers, based in India. The Pulses, that we provide, include Arhar Dal, Chana Dal, Moong Dal, and Toor Dal.
Gokul Exim International
No-1/15, Arangur Village, Vagaiyur (po), Tittagudi, Tamil Nadu - 606106, India
M Ganeshan 31/1e, Kumbagonam Road, Panruti-607106, Tamil Nadu - 607106, India
No.56 Periyasamy Nagar Extn., Gandhi Nagar Post, Kurinjipadi Taluk, Cuddalore Dist., Tamil Nadu , India
7 Thomas St, Coimbatore - 641001, Tamil Nadu , India
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Pulses, also known as lentils, are the edible seeds of the legume plant family. They come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes that distinguish them from each other. Based on these distinguishing features, these are the major types of pulses that people eat all over the world:
The Indian states that rank among the top five pulses producing states are:
Canada has been entitled as the world’s largest pulses exporting country in the world with more than 26% of the total world share. As per the 2015 survey, Canada exports approximately 51,35,021 metric tons of pulses annually which is valued to be around US$ 3,161 million.
The heart of India, Madhya Pradesh is the largest pulses producing state in India. The state accounts for approximately 23% of the total produce of pulses in India. Madhya Pradesh produces approximately 4.3 million tons of pulses every year. Followed by MP in the list of largest pulses producing state is Uttar Pradesh at 18%, Maharashtra at 14%, Rajasthan at 11% and then Andhra Pradesh with an overall share of 9%.
India, with a share of 23.1% of the total pulses production in the world, tops the list of largest pulses producing countries in the world. India is followed by China at 12.08%, Myanmar at 7.57%, Canada at 6.7%, and Brazil at 4.03%. These five countries, together, account for almost half of the world’s total pulses produce.