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    Does the rate of pulses vary as per their packaging type?
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    The rate list of pulses as per their packaging type is as follows:

    Packaging Type

    Minimum Price/Kg

    Maximum Price/Kg

    PP bag

    Rs 45-50

    Rs 80-85

    Packets

    Rs 100-110

    Rs 180-220

    Plastic Bag

    Rs 40-45

    Rs 150-170

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    Does the price of pulses vary according to their variety?
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    Yes, the price of pulses varies according to their varieties. Here is how:

    Variety of Pulses

    Minimum Price/Kg

    Maximum Price/Kg

    Arhar Dal

    Rs 50-55

    Rs 150-170

    Masoor Dal

    Rs 45-50

    Rs 155-165

    Moong Dal

    Rs 60-70

    Rs 100-105

    Urad Dal

    Rs 50-55

    Rs 165-180

     

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    What are the amazing health benefits of pulses?
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    Various pulses, including dried peas, lentils, chickpeas, kidney beans constitute a vital part of a balanced diet. They are a good source of vitamins and nutrients such as protein, fiber, calcium, iron, folate, magnesium, etc. Some of the awesome health benefits of pulses are:

    • Good for the heart
    • Reduce the risk of diabetes
    • Good for infancy and pregnancy
    • Reduce the risk of cancer
    • Help in controlling appetite
    • Help in improving immunity
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    • Chana Dal

      Rs 60 / Kilogram (Approx)

      • Cultivation Type : Organic
      • Feature : Healthy To Eat, Highly Hygienic, Nutritious
      • Packaging Type : Plastic Packet, Plastic Bag
      • Speciality : High in protein
      • Packaging Size : 25kg
      • Color : Yellow
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      1Yr Since : 2021

      R-Yushi Vikram Pvt. Ltd

      Amaravathi Road, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh

    • Organic Pulses

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      • Variety : Pulses
      • Color : Green, Yellow
      • Cultivation Type : Organic

      Dewrak Agro Forest Pvt. Ltd. Is the leading brand of organic pulses. We are the largest wholesaler and suppliers of certified pulses and other food products. We provide our goods to almost all parts of the country and we make sure that you only the best. The services that we prov more...

      6Yrs Since : 2016

      DEWARK AGRO FOREST PVT. LTD

      Magadh Colony, Gaya, Bihar

    • Whole Urad

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      • Packaging Size Available : 50 Kg
      • Country of Origin : India
      • Packaging Type Available : Jute Bag
      • Cuisine : Indian
      • Speciality : High in Protein
      • Calories : 341 Cal/ 100 g

      With fair amount protein content, whole urad is considered as an extremely popular legume that is widely used in a variety of dal and Indian dishes. Whole urad has a surprising number of health benefits, including its ability to protect cardiovascular health, boost energy, reduce more...

      5Yrs Since : 2017

      Kalulal mohanlal pandwal

      Hiran Magri, Udaipur, Rajasthan

    • Toor Dal

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      • Total Fat : 1.5 g/100gms
      • Potassium : 1,392 mg/100gms
      • Supply Type : Manufacturer
      • Total Carbohydrate : 63 g/100gms
      • Calories : 343/100gms
      • Protein : 22 g/100gms
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      2Yrs Since : 2020

      Jubitar Exim

      Valparai, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu

    • Red Gram

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      • Shelf Life : 1year
      • Color : Red
      • Cultivation Type : Common
      • Packaging Size : 1kg, 5kg
      • Certification : FSSAI
      • Country of Origin : India
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      1Yr Since : 2021

      ZYLMO PVT LTD

      Kolkata, Kokrajhar, Assam

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    Some Important Facts About Pulses
    Pulses Production & Consumption Overview in India

    Year

    Production (Million Tonnes) Import (Million Tonnes) Consumption (Million Tonnes) Import Dependency
    2012-13 18.34 4 22.34 18.00%
    2013-14 19.25 3.7 22.95 16.00%
    2014-15 17.2 3.7 22.09 16.00%
    2015-16 18.32 5 23.32 21.00%

     

     

    Area Production and Productivity of Major Pulses In India
    Particulars Area (Lakh/Hectare) Percent% Production (Lakh/Tonnes) Percent % Productivity (kg/Hectare)
    Chickpea  73.7 38.71 58.9 48.28 799.19
    Pegionpea  36.3 19.07 27.6 22.62 760.33
    Mungbean 34.4 18.07 14 11.48 406.98
    Uradbean 31 16.28 14 11.48 451.61
    Lentil 15 7.88 9.5 7.79 633.33
    Total 190.4 100 124 101.64 651.2

     

     

    Top Ten Pulses Exporting Countries in the World
    Sr. No. Country Qty (MT) Value (US$ Mill)
    1 Canada 47,81,823.00 2698
    2 Myanmar 13,09,526.00 1117
    3 USA 9,90,920.00 847
    4 China 4,27,220.00 647
    5 Australia 8,00,335.00 643
    6 India 2,91,584.00 348
    7 World 4,24,812.00 283
    8 Argentina 2,65,117.00 268
    9 Ethiopia 2,72,197.00 222
    10 Mexico 1,74,743.00 196

     

     

    What are the major types of pulses that people eat in India?

    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:

    • Mung Beans: Mung beans (moong beans) are popularly known as green gram in most parts of the country. They have a green outer covering with yellow color inside. While some people like to eat mung beans as a whole, others like to sprout them before eating. Its split-out version is also available in the market with both peeled skins and without peeling.  
    • Urad Dal: Urad dal (adad dal) is popularly known as black gram or black lentils in different parts of the country. The shape and size of urad dal resemble a lot like mung beans but its taste completely distinguishes it from the other. Owing to its unusual mucousy texture and an earthy flavor, urad dal is perfect for the delicious dal makhni and papads.
    • Garbanzo Beans: Garbanzo beans, also known as chickpea or channa, are other popular pulses that are consumed by people across India. These beans are found in two forms, desi channa (smaller beans with dark skin) and Kabuli channa (larger beans with light skin). They are consumed in various forms; some people cook it as a whole, some use the split verios, also known as channa dal, and other use it as channa flour, also known as besan.
    • Masoor Dal: Masoor dal is popularly known as red lentils by people of different parts of the world. These pulses have a brown color skin on the outside with orange color inside. This dal has a pleasant earthy flavor which makes it common for cooking soups, stews and as normal dals.
    • Pigeon Pea (Toor Dal): Pigeon dal or toor dal is one of the most commonly used pulses in a majority of Indian kitchens. These are beige color pulses that have a bright yellow interior. They are used in the preparation of various curries, South Indian sambhar, and even for stuffing a variety of handpies. The dried and split version of this dal has a distinctive nutty flavor that makes it a favorite among many people.
    • Black-Eyed Peas and Azuki: Black-eyed peas are popularly known as lobhia in India. They have a distinctive flavor and are used in the preparation of a variety of dals, curries, papads and fritters. Azuki beans, on the other hand, are popularly known as chori and loved for its sweet nutty flavor.
    Name the top pulses producing states in India.

    The Indian states that rank among the top five pulses producing states are:

    • Madhya Pradesh: With over 23% of total country’s pulses production, Madhya Pradesh ranks first.
    • Uttar Pradesh: Uttar Pradesh is ranked second with 18% of total country’s pulses production.
    • Maharashtra: Maharashtra has secured the third spot 14% of the total pulses production.
    • Rajasthan: Rajasthan shares 11% of India’s total pulses production and is fourth on the list.
    • Andhra Pradesh: Andhra Pradesh gets the fifth position in top pulses producing states with 9% of the total produce.
    Which is the largest pulses exporting country in the world?

    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.

    Which is the largest pulses producing state in India?

    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%.

    Which is the largest pulses producing country in the world?

    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.

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