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Dharti Industries

Rajkot, Gujarat
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Hulled Sesame Seed

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Welcome to the world of exotic spices, condiments, oilseeds, cereals and grains. Welcome to the world of flavors of Asia, Africa and the Mediterranean. Food plants might be one the reasons why ancient civilizations began to thrive in certain parts of world, such as Indus and Nile Valley. Food plants and civilizations are thus inseparable. As soon as the nomadic men came to realize that they could sow, harvest, collect and store the foods, they began to live in denser populations. They later developed the art of fine cooking. Today, the culinary art is not complete without the use of spices and oils extracted from the seeds. We bring you some of these exotic food plants to make your food more palatable and to fire your taste buds. These spices and seeds are the essential ingredients used in Asian, African and Mediterranean regions from generations for cooking and flavoring as also to add nutritional value to the diet. No doubt, the secret behind the popularity of Indian, Chinese, Thai, Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine is due to these sacred seeds (the important quality, to some extent, absent in western cuisine). In the ensuing pages, you will find products such as Spices and Oilseeds, Cereals and Grains, and Groceries along with their culinary and medicinal uses. We invite you to discover the distinct flavors found in the seeds and make you a kind of gourmet. In Indian languages, the word 'Dharti' means the earth. An apt name, because we provide you what the earth provides. Our visionary patriarch Dhirajlal Vithlani laid the foundation of Dharti Industries way back in 1993. We originally started as a family business firm (Odhavji Kalidas & Sons) to deal in the supply of spices, oil seeds, pulses and whole grains. However, our founders had the larger interest in reaching the international markets. This aim of supplying products to the growing international demand got realized when the young blood of the family, Jasmine Vithlani joined the business with fresh ideas and vision. He formed a dynamic team of experts and advisers, who in turn trained other staff in the finer aspects and techniques of the business. Soon the firm was renamed 'Dharti Industries'. Today, Dharti Industries is the name to reckon with in both local and international markets. We are now a leading processor and exporter of natural and hulled sesame seeds as well as spice seeds like coriander, cumin, fenugreek and mustard.+ Read More

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Hulled sesame seeds are what remain after the removal of outer skin or husk of the natural seeds. We are one of leading processors and exporter of hulled sesame seeds. The process involves mechanically separating and drying the de-husked seed in a plant. After removal of the skin, the seeds look almost white in color. Hulled seeds are softer, delicious and nutritious compared to natural seeds, as what remains after removal of skin is the pure product, absent of any micro foreign particles, germs and impurities accumulated on the skin during the stages of harvesting, storing and handling.

We carry out hulling process in the most hygienic and controlled conditions in the most modern mechanical plant and use different machines to sort, clean, hull and dry the seeds.


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  • Mechanically hulled and dried color Sortex premium quality with purity 99.97 to 99.98%
  • Mechanically hulled and dried color Sortex premium quality with purity 99.95%
  • Mechanically hulled and dried non-Sortex with purity 99.90%

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Turmeric Fingers
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Origins and cultivation: The plant is a native of tropical Asia where it has been widely cultivated since very early times. The crop is mainly grown for local consumption in India and other countries of tropical Asia. Only a small percentage of the crop is exported, and that almost entirely from India; the United States is the highest importer.

Description: Turmeric belongs to ginger family, and has similar habit of growth to ginger though the leaves are much broader. It is planted from pieces of rhizomes and the plants are dug up at about 9 months old. The turmeric rhizome have a strong yellow color due to the presence of a pigment called curcumin (a dye prepared from them is widely used in India.)

Uses: The rhizomes are prepared for use by washing, peeling and drying; the product is used mainly in the powdered form. The rhizomes contain 30-40 per cent starch, but their main value derives from their content of pungent oil. Turmeric is one of the chief ingredients of curry powders, imparting a yellow color as well as a spicy flavor to the curry.

We supply turmeric fingers in both single and double polished qualities.

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Fenugreek Seed
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Fenugreek Seed

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Origins and cultivation: Native of the Mediterranean region, it is also cultivated in the subcontinent of India. The word Trigonella, meaning little triangle, is from the shape of the flowers, and foenum-graecum means Grecian hay, a name to it by the Romans because it was a common crop in Greece.

Description: Fenugreek is an annual herb, belonging to the Pea family and growing about 2 feet high. Its white flowers are succeeded by slender, curved, prominently beaked pods, containing the oblong, or rhomboidical, diagonally furrower brownish seeds.

Uses: Fenugreek seeds have been used medicinally since ancient times. In India, the seeds are used in curries and the fresh plant is eaten as a vegetable. The ground seeds are used, with other aromatic ingredients, to produce artificial maple flavoring, used in confectionary.

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Groundnut Kernels
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Origins and cultivation: The cultivated peanut was probably first domesticated in the valleys of Peru. Archeologists have dated the oldest specimens to about 7,600 years found in Peru. Cultivation spread to as far as Mesoamerica and European traders later spread the plant worldwide. The legume gained Western popularity when it came to the United States from Africa. It had become popular in Africa after brought there from Brazil by the Portuguese around 1800.

Description: peanut is an annual herb that grows 30 to 50 cm. The leaves are opposite, pinnate with 4 leaflets, each 1 to 7 cm long and 1 to 3 cm broad. The flowers are a typical peaflower in shape, 2 to 4 cm across, yellow with reddish veining. After pollination, the fruit develops into a legume 3 to 7 cm long, containing 1 to 4 seeds, which forces its way underground to mature. The pods ripen 120 to 150 days after the seeds are planted. The pods will be unripe if the crop is harvested too early. If they are harvested late, the pods will snap off at the stalk, and will remain in the soil.

Uses: In Indian subcontinent, people savor the salted and roasted groundnuts as a snack. However, its major use in India is the extracted oil used in cooking. In the US, peanuts are used in candies, cakes, cookies, and other sweets. They are also enjoyed roasted and salted. Peanut butter is one of the most popular peanut-based foods in the US.

Nutritional value: Peanuts are rich in nutrients, providing over 30 essential nutrients and phytonutrients. Peanuts are a good source of niacin, folate, fiber, magnesium, vitamin E, manganese and phosphorus. They also are naturally free of trans-fats and sodium, and contain about 25% protein (a higher proportion than in any true nut). While peanuts are considered high in fat, they primarily contain “good” fats also known as unsaturated fats.

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Fennel Seed
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Fennel Seed

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Origins and cultivation: Native of the Mediterranean region, Fennel but has become widely naturalized in many places, particularly in the areas colonized by the Romans and may now be found growing wild in many parts of the world, especially on dry soils near the seacoast and on riverbanks. Syria, India, Mexico and China are the major producers.

Description: Fennel is an erect, hardy, perennial herb with yellow flowers and feather-like leaves, growing up to 2 m in height. The stems are hollow and the leaves are similar to that of dill, which can grow up to 40 cm long. Fennel seeds are sometimes confused with those of anise, which are very similar in taste and appearance, though smaller.

Uses: The highly aromatic leaves, stalks and seed of fennel have many culinary and medicinal uses. The fresh leaves and stalks are used for garnishing and salads. Fennel seeds are an essential ingredient in Italian sausages, widely used to sprinkle on pizza. Dried fruits have fragrant odor and pleasant aromatic taste and therefore used as an after meal masticate. They are also used for flavoring soups, meat dishes, sauces, pastries, confectionaries and liquors. The fruits are aromatic, stimulant and carminative.
 
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Asta green Sortex, Europe/Singapore quality with purity 99.50%, 99%, 98%

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Natural Sesame Seeds
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Origins and cultivation: Sesame is a crop of African origin, now also common in tropical and sub-tropical Asia extending to the Mediterranean area. There is an archeological evidence dating c. 2000 BC of use of sesame seeds in the Indus Valley.

Description: Also called 'sim-sim' in East Africa, 'benniseed' in West Africa and 'til' in India, sesame is a small, oval oil seed with a nutty flavor and a slight crunch containing 45-55 per cent oil. Sesame seeds come in a variety of colors, from creamy-white to black. The largest producing countries in order of importance are India, China, Myanmar and the African countries like Sudan and Nigeria. It is an annual, propagated by seed and takes 3-5 months to mature. In harvesting, farmers cut the whole plants stack them in upright position. As they dry, the seed capsules split open and the farmers then turn the plants upside down and shake them to release and collect the seeds on a cloth.

Uses: Sesame seeds find use in human diet in various ways, the major use being extracted oil used in cooking, salad dressing and margarine making. In Asian countries, the seeds are used to make sweetmeats. In India, people mix sesame seeds with fennel seeds and salt and heat the mixture over mild flame to prepare an after meal mouth freshener. Many tropical families stew the seeds whole and add them to breads and bun tops.

Nutritional value: Sesame seeds are rich in minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium and copper and vitamins B1 and E. Its medicinal benefits include pytoestrogens having anti cancer and antioxidant properties. The sesame cake left after extraction of oil is an important protein-rich stock feed.

 

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Natural white sesame seed

  • Natural whitish 99/1, purity 99.90%, Sortex cleaned
  • Natural whitish 99/1, purity 99.50%, machine cleaned
  • Natural whitish 99/1/1, purity 99%
  • Natural whitish 98/2/2
  • Crushing quality sesame seed (for oil extraction) natural and hulled

Natural black sesame seed

  • Black, Sortex cleaned, 99.95% purity
  • Black, machine cleaned, 99.50% purity
  • Black 99/1/1
  • Black 98/2/2

 

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