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I POINT GROUP is a family business group founded in the Sixties by CHANDRARAJ.J and his legacy is carried forward by his sons and grandsons. The I POINT group of companies is just like a family having a very strong value system.
With the blessings of CHANDRARAJ.J, his sons and grandchildren have carried the legacy of the group, surging it forward with immense hard work, dedication and traditional values with the support of our committed team of professionals. We are a Food and Agricultural Produce Enterprise dealing in all kind of food and agricultural commodities. If India produces it, we can get it for you. We have a reputed long market standing and enjoy a long lasting relationship with our customers.
Uniquely I POINT
I POINT is proud to state that we are the first IMPORT company in INDIA to completely mechanize the cleaning process and to setup a state-of-the-art microprocessor controlled color sorter facility for sorting of Gum Arabic.
At I point we never stop trying. We strive for new ideas, new processes, new technologies, higher levels of quality and customer service.

I POINT has been promoted by MR Chandraraj. In India , the I POINT Group commenced business in the year 2008 by representing Nigerian Importer in various markets worldwide. Meticulous planning and hands on approach by the owners ensured that there was rapid growth. The IPOINT group has a wide reach in the West African countries and has sourcing operations in Burkina Faso, Chad, Ivory Coast , Mali, Nigeria, and Senegal. Though IPOINT has primarily been involved in processing of Arabic Gum, Dry Ginger, & Sesame Seeds it has also dealt in Cotton, Hibiscus flowers and Turmeric. I POINT also has associates in United Kingdom, United States of America ,United Arab Emirates, India and the Far East which are primarily markets for the commodities dealt in by the group. Among exporters in West Africa we were the first to start branding agro commodities and all our exports were under the name
I point.
Quality consciousness, strategic planning ,dedication and the concept of branding helped us to establish I POINT as a preferred brand of choice in most markets where we are present
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Sugar originated from the Arabic word "Sharkara" and is derived from the Sanskrit world "Sharkara". Sugar is an important part of the daily diet and forming a class of edible substances which includes sucrose, lactose, and fructose. It provides the human body with requisite carbohydrates and is basically extracted from sugar cane and sugar beet.

Found in fruits, honey, sorghum, sugar maple and in several other sources, it is the main ingredient of candy which is loved by children the world over. Yet, it has been blamed for causing tooth decay and excess consumption of sugar has been associated with a host of ailments like diabetes, obesity, weight gain, depression, joint pain, fatigue and insulin resistance and even cancer. Sugar is present in various forms in fruits, honey, maple syrup and other natural sources. It is extracted by an intricate process, whereby the pulp is extracted first and then, the remaining is used for producing the sugar. Sugar has wide variety of uses and is used for baking, sweets, and even in the soap we use. Further, it is also used as a food preservative and in confectionery items.


Sources of Sugars:



Generally, sugar is produced from plants like sugarcane and sugar beet. The sugarcane plant is very thick with long grasses. A perennial crop, it is grown in the various tropical and subtropical areas. The stalks of the sugarcane are the exact location, from where the sweet sap is extracted. Sugar beet has the highest sugar content from among the beetroot family and this variety is specifically cultivated for high quality sugar production. In addition, sugar is produced from sweet sorghum, maple, honey, corn sugar, etc. Of a 180 countries of the world, around a 100 of them make sugar from the sugar beet and cane. In India, Sugar is produced from sugarcane.



Types of Sugars:

Raw Sugars consist of varying shades of yellow to brown sugars and are processed by boiling till it solidifies. From sugar beet juice, the raw beet sugars are extracted and are then used to fabricate white sugar. Raw sugars include demerera, muscovada and turbinado. These are available in crystalline and loaf forms, where the moulds are then allowed to dry up and the resulting product is called jaggery or gur. Raw sugar is not so popular in South America. Mill white sugar is produced by exposing the sugar to sulfur dioxide but it retains the coloured impurities.

White Sugar used much more in India and Asia. White sugar is available in granulated form. Granulated sugar includes coarse grained sugars such as sanding sugars, caster sugar and superfine powdered sugar and they are divided on the basis of fineness of grades.

We offer Indian White Cane Sugar with the following specifications.

ICUMSA


60/ 100/ 125/ 150/ 200 UNITS MAX by Method

POLARIZATION


99.8 DEG MIN

ASH CONTEN


0.04% MAX

MOISTURE


0.01% MAX

PACKING


50 KG NETT IN NEW SINGLE PP BAGS WITH POLYLINER INSIDE

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Rice is a staple food crop in many parts of the world, including India. In fact, about 65% of the people consume rice as part of their diet in India. India is the second largest producer of rice after China, accounting for about 90 million tons of production in the world. Rice is cultivated during both winter and summer, with over 4000 varieties of rice being grown every year. In countries where agriculture is the main occupation, the cultivation of rice is seen as the principal activity and a major source of income.

Types of Rice

The most basic parameter on which rice is can be classified is according to its length. According to this criterion, one can find four types of rice. These are:

Long Grain Rice: The grain of the rice is long, and is about 5 times longer than its width. The long grain rice has narrow, long kernels. The long grain rice is known as’rough’ or 'paddy' rice at the time of its harvesting. Its grains, when cooked, are light in weight as well as soft in texture. Due to its full-bodied flavor and versatility, the long grain rice is also known as an 'all purpose rice' is an ideal choice for an everyday meal.


Medium Grain Rice: This type of rice has a creamy color and a slightly chewy texture. The kernels of this kind of rice are shorter and wider as compared to that of long grain rice and also do not always remain fluffy. It is an ideal form to be used in desserts, breads, etc. The grains of the medium grain rice are 2-3 times longer than the width, which is about 5 mm in length.


Short Grain Rice: Belonging to the 'Japonica' (round grained) category of rice, the grains of this type of rice have short and plump kernels. This rice is identified as having a smooth, creamy texture, ideal for making rice pudding and other sweet dishes involving the use of rice. The length of the grains is 4 mm while its width is around 2.5 mm. It is mainly grown in cold weather areas, such as Japan, Korea and China.


Varieties of Rice:

Although there are more than 4000 varieties of rice that are growing every year, the most common varieties of rice that are seen in the market can be described as follows:

Brown Rice:It is a variety of rice in which only the hull is removed. Due to the bran layers that are left on the grain, it has a natural tan color. The texture of the brown rice is slightly chewy with a nut like flavor, which is due to the bran present inside the grain. Brown rice takes about 30-45 minutes to cook and is considered to be a very good for health because of its nutritional value, as it contains less of starch as compared to white rice.


White Rice:White rice is defined as that form of rice whose husk, bran and germ have been removed completely during the milling process. Because the white rice undergoes this process, it is also known as 'polished rice'. The entire husk, bran and germ get removed so that the rice does not get spoiled. In this manner, its storage capacity is increased to a great extent. It has a delicate flavor and contains lots of nutrients like thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and iron


Parboiled Rice:Parboiled rice is yet another variety of rice which is cooked in a steam pressure before it is milled. The steam pressure process helps in pushing the vitamins and minerals present in the outer coats to shift to the central part of the kernel. The entire process of cooking takes about 20 minutes, and after cooking, the rice becomes firm in texture and also the grains of the parboiled rice do not cling to each other after it has been cooked.

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It is a long aromatic variety of rice grown only in India & Pakistan world over. It has extra long slender grain which elongates more than twice of its original size upon cooking. Basmati Rice is unique among other aromatic long grain rice varieties due to its delicious taste, distinct flavor and superior aroma which literally make it the King of Rice. Agro- climatic conditions of the specific geographical area and method of harvesting, processing and aging attribute these characteristic features to Basmati rice.

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Peanuts are a legume, and are grown underground unlike the other nuts which grow on trees and hence are fruits. It may be defined as a self-pollinated, one- to six-seeded legume which is cultivated throughout the tropical and temperate climates of the world. Peanuts are also known as groundnut, earth-nut, arachis nut, monkey nut and goober pea. Peanuts are a traditional snack all over the world. During the winter season, from November through March, all over India, one will see roadside stands - ranging from woodsheds to shiny trailers - offering peanuts. Peanuts make for a popular snack and are also used to make cooking oil and peanut butter. They are also an ingredient in many Asian dishes.

Nutritional Value of Peanuts:

Peanuts and peanut butter are whole foods that pack a lot of nutrition into just one serving. Peanuts are whole foods that contain a variety of vitamins and minerals, ample protein and beneficial unsaturated fats. Since they are a plant food, they naturally contain no cholesterol.

Protein: Peanuts contain high quality plant protein. When comparing peanuts to similar foods, peanuts have more protein than any other legume or nut. This is especially important for children, vegetarians and people eating more meatless meals.
Unsaturated Fats: Peanuts contain mostly beneficial monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. These fats as compared to saturated fats have been shown to help lower blood cholesterol levels. Lowering your blood cholesterol level may reduce your risk of coronary heart disease.
Fiber: One ounce or one small handful of peanuts contains 2 big grams of fiber. This is 9% of the fiber you need each day!
Vitamine E: One ounce of peanuts provide 16% of your daily need of vitamin E. Vitamin E has been shown to act as an antioxidant which may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.
Minerals: Peanuts are an important source of essential minerals such as magnesium, copper, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. Some of these "hard to find" minerals such as copper and magnesium may protect against coronary heart disease.
Vitamin B: B vitamins such as folate can help prevent birth defects. They also reduce amounts of homocysteine in the blood that may be a risk for heart disease. Peanuts are a good source of folate.
Phytochemicals: Phytochemicals are natural substances in plants which may provide a wide range of health benefits such as reducing the risk of coronary heart disease. Peanuts contain resveratrol which is one of the many phytochemicals found in plant foods.

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Maize is an annual cereal crop, belonging to the grass family of 'Gramineae'. It composes of kernels having long ears. These kernels are used in the form of grains as food for both humans and animals and also as a source of oil. Maize is also known by the name of 'corn' in many countries. Maize or corn is a rich source of carbohydrates, Vitamin B, proteins and minerals. Most of commercial maize grows at a maximum height of 2.5 ft. In India, maize is also known as 'bhutta' in Hindi.
Variety of Maize:



A wide variety of maize or corn is available in the market. Following are the types of corn that are commonly produced in India.

Dent Corn: There is indentation on the top part of the kernel, because of which it is known as a dent corn. This indentation is caused by the shrinkage of starch present in the crop. Dent corn can be of two types, namely yellow and white corn
Sweet Corn: It is sweet in taste and is primarily produced for human consumption. It is available in any grocery store in cans
Pop Corn: Popcorn is a type of maize that explodes from the kernel and when heated, gets puffed up. The term 'pop' implies that the kernel pops open as the corn heats up because of a rapid expansion of moisture present in the kernel
Flint Corn: Also known as Indian corn, it has a hard outer shell and comes in a variety of colors like white, red, etc.

Uses of Maize:

Maize has a wide variety of uses that ranges from both human to industrial. Maize is used in bird/ cattle feeds, as livestock forage or silage for animals. Humans eat maize or corn in the form of popcorn, porridge, beverage, etc. In terms of industrial usage, the grains of the maize are used in the transformation of plastics and fabrics. Ethanol, produced from maize, is being used as an additive in gas to prevent pollution levels and reduce the use of petroleum.
Health Benefites of Maize:

Maize is a rich source of Vitamin B1, Vitamin B5, Vitamin C, dietary fibers, etc. The presence of thiamin in maize helps in keeping the memory power intact, thereby preventing the dreaded "Alzheimer's" disease. Folate, a good source of Vitamin B helps in preventing birth defects and also helps in lowering the level of Homocysteine that has the potential of damaging the blood vessels. Consumption of corn also prevents the occurrence of lung cancer as it is rich in beta-cryptoxanthin, an orange-red carotenoid found in corn in large proportion.

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Being a renowned name in the market, we are engaged in offering wide array of Food Grains to the clients.We keep strict quality controls while manufacturing our wheat flour so that it is of the top class quality.

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Being a renowned name in the market, we are engaged in offering wide array of Food Grains to the clients.We keep strict quality controls while manufacturing our wheat flour so that it is of the top class quality.

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We are one of the leading waste paper supplier in india. we are importing waste paper worldwide such as Canada and Australia then import to india, we are AQSIQ company.

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