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Jowar Or Sorghum

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Gosar Group is an expanding avenue with a captained amalgamation of companies established since 1978. Since inception the vision was guided with an objective to become one of the largest suppliers of agro products in India.
The company was incepted with a new dimension to trading and supply with credible client relation management, extended supply chain management along with effective and attentive communication. The company was formulated with dynamic and young entrepreneur along with strong legacy of vast experience in the field of Food Grain Industry.
We have a highly skilled and experienced team of professionals, who consistently work hard to maintain the quality of our agro products procurement. They are the most precious assets & the backbone of our company and their main motto is to provide utmost level of satisfaction to our customers. Our talented workers, administrative, staff and other associates are very cooperative with each other and work as a family.
Over the years, we have fashioned our business values and ethics to achieve resilient status of elite creditability within the business fraternity. Today Gosar Group is a reputed name in the business of supplying Jowar, Bajra and many other food grain products in and around India. Our client's testimonials spells satisfaction and quality service which they are accustomed to every time and every order.
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Nature of Business

Exporter and Wholesale Supplier

Year of Establishment

1978

Legal Status of Firm

Individual - Proprietor

Import Export Code (IEC)

03140*****

GST Number

27ACAPG9177E1ZL

Bajra Or Millet Seeds
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One of the oldest forms of crops in the world, millets are the first cereal grains to be domesticated for human consumption. Millets can be described as a group of small seeded species of grains or cereals that are mainly grown for human food and animal feed. Millets are grown under difficult production environment and come under the category of agronomic group. During the prehistoric times, millets formed a very important part of people's diet, much before rice came into existence. Millets belong to various genera in the subfamily "Panicoideae" , that are a part of the grass family 'Poaceae'.

Millets are a rich source of B vitamins like niacin, B17, B6, etc. as well as folic acid, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and zinc. They do not contain gluten, and are thus easily digestible. They are the only group that retain their alkaline nature and, thus, are ideal for people who are allergic to both wheat and gluten.

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Kabuli Chana Or Chickpeas
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Chickpeas are edible legumes belonging to the family of "Fabaceae" with slightly round & irregular shape, and are slightly longer in size than the normal peas. They are also known by the names of 'garbanzo beans', and have a nut like taste with a high protein content in them. The plants of the chickpeas grow between 20-25 cm and have feathery leaves on both sides of the stem. The scientific name of chickpeas is 'Cicer arietinum', and they are also known as 'chana' in Hindi and several other names like 'Bengal Gram', 'Kadaale Kaalu', 'Sanaga Pappu', 'Shimbra', etc. Chickpeas can grow well only in sub tropical and tropical climates requiring an annual rainfall of more than 400 mm.

Chickpeas have a history that goes back to as far as 10,000 BC and even more. These are one of the ancient crops that were used by the hunters for sustaining their lives. The area that first began to grow chickpeas was the Middle East but later they were being grown in ancient Egypt, Rome and Greece during 7500 BC, where these were consumed in various forms like raw, broth, snacks, etc. They were later brought during the 16th century by the Spanish explorers, and since then chickpeas have been used in many forms. In fact, during the First World War, Germany started cultivating chickpeas as a coffee substitute.

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