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Cereals

We, at Prem International, try and cover the entire spectrum of foodgrains grown in india. We also guide and advise the client about the crop cycle and the best buys available. kindly note that the export of the same is subject to the prevailing export policies set by the government of india at that point of time. since we deal in practically all types, varieties and qualities of foodgrains, we request you to kindly send in your specific requirement, as the list of the same is too exhaustive to accommodate herein.+ Read More
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Wheat
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Wheat is the main cereal crop in India. The total area under the crop is about 29.8 million hectares in the country. The production of wheat in the country has increased significantly from 75.81 million MT in 2006-07 to an all time record high of 94.88 million MT in 2011-12. The productivity of wheat which was 2602 kg/hectare in 2004-05 has increased to 3140 kg/hectare in 2011-12. The major increase in the productivity of wheat has been observed in the states of Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. Higher area coverage is reported from MP in recent years.

Indian wheat is largely a soft/medium hard, medium protein, white bread wheat, somewhat similar to U.S. hard white wheat. Wheat grown in central and western India is typically hard, with high protein and high gluten content. India also produces around 1.0-1.2 million tons of durum wheat, mostly in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Most Indian durum is not marketed separately due to segregation problems in the market yards. However, some quantities are purchased by the private trade at a price premium, mainly for processing of higher value/branded products.

The production and productivity of Wheat crop were quite low, when India became independent in 1947. The production of Wheat was only 6.46 million tones and productivity was merely 663 kg per hectare during 1950-51, which was not sufficient to feed the Indian population. The Country used to import Wheat in large quantities for fulfilling the needs of our people from many countries like USA under PL-480. The reasons of low production and productivity of Wheat at that time was (a) the tall growing plant habit resulting in lodging, when grown under fertile soils, (b) the poor tillering and low sink capacity of the varieties used, (c) higher susceptibility to diseases, (d) the higher sensitivity to thermo & photo variations, etc., resulting in poor adaptability, and (e) longer crop duration resulting in a long exposure of plants to the climatic variations and insect pest / disease attacks.

The Government of India appointed a commission in 1961 to assess the feasibility of increasing the crop productivity under prevailing Indian ecological conditions. As result of various steps taken by Govt. of India, the Wheat scenario in our country has completely changed. In the post Independence era, country used to import Wheat for our needs but due to bumper increase in the production and productivity of Wheat in the 'Green Revolution' period in late sixties, our country became self dependent in Wheat production. At present, country is producing much more excess Wheat than the requirement and Warehouses are over-flooded with Wheat.

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Rice
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Ever since man began consuming food, rice has been a part of his staple diet. Today rice sustains over two-thirds of the world's population, clearly highlighting its importance as a major food product. Indian climatic conditions are very favorable for growing rice and the main areas for rice cultivation are West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Haryana, Gujarat, Kerala, Jammu- Kashmir, Tripura, Meghalaya, Manipur, Rajasthan, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Goa, Pondicherry, Sikkim, A & N Island and D & N Haveli.

Now lets us talk about the distinct varieties’,

  • There are primarily three distinct varieties of rice:
  • Japonica rice that accounts for around 12 percent of global rice trade
  • Basmati rice accounts for around 10 percent of global trade
  • Glutinous rice accounts for most of the remainder.

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Maize
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Maize or corn is a cereal crop that is grown widely throughout the world in a range of agro ecological environments. More maize is produced annually than any other grain. About 50 species exist and consist of different colors, textures and grain shapes and sizes. White, yellow and red are the most common types. The white and yellow varieties are preferred by most people depending on the region. Maize was introduced into Africa in the 1500s and has since become one of Africa's dominant food crops. Like many other regions, it is consumed as a vegetable although it is a grain crop. The grains are rich in vitamins A, C and E, carbohydrates, and essential minerals, and contain 9% protein. They are also rich in dietary fiber and calories which are a good source of energy.

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Barley Seeds
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Barley Seeds

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Source of nutritional contents like vitamin B, vitamin E, and folic acid, our Barley Seeds are extremely beneficial for animals. We are recognized as one of chief Barley Seeds Exporters in the national and international markets. Our Barley Seeds are natural laxative that offers great health to the animals; increasing their productivity. We are one of the leading suppliers and exporters of barley seeds to ranchers, dairy farmers, stables and feedlot operators worldwide.

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  • Moisture : 12% max.
  • Impurity : 1% max.
  • Damage : 2% max.
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    Sorghum
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    The sorghum area in India was more than 16 million ha in 1981, but has gradually decreased to 7.8 million ha in 2007-08 (still 20% of the world’s sorghum area). Of this, 3.5 million ha was grown in the rainy (kharif) season and 4.3 million ha in the post rainy (rabi) season. Production increased from 9 million tons in the early 1970s to 12 million tons in the early 1980s and maintained this level for over a decade until the early 1990s, followed by a steep decline to 7.3 million tons. Despite the decrease in area over the years, production has been sustained at 7.3 million tons (2009) due mainly to adoption of improved varieties and hybrids. Sorghum grain yields in India have averaged 1170 kg/ha in the rainy season and 880 kg/ha in the postrainy season in recent years.

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    Yellow Millet
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    Yellow Millet are astonishingly low water consuming crops. The rainfall needed for Sorghum, Pearl Millet and Finger Millet is less than 25% of sugarcane and banana, and 30% that of rice. We use 4000 liters of water to grow one kg of rice while all Millet grow without irrigation. This can turn out to be a tremendous national gain especially in the ensuing decades of climate crisis. In a future, where water and food crisis stares us in the face, millet can become the food of security.

    By any nutritional parameter, millet are miles ahead of rice and wheat In terms of their mineral content, compared to rice and wheat. Each one of the millet has more fibre than rice and wheat. Some as much as fifty times that of rice. Finger millet has thirty times more Calcium than rice while every other millet has at least twice the amount of Calcium compared to rice. In their Iron content, foxtail and little millet are so rich that rice is nowhere in the race. While most of us seek a micro nutrient such as Beta Carotene in pharmaceutical pills and capsules, millet offer it in abundant quantities. The much privileged rice, ironically, has zero quantity of this precious micro nutrient.

    In this fashion, nutrient to nutrient, every single millet is extraordinarily superior to rice and wheat and therefore is the solution for the malnutrition that affects a vast majority of the Indian population.

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    Chickpeas
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    We export chick peas of assorted counts / sizes like 40/42 , 42/44 , 44/46, 58/60 & 75/80 counts which ranges from above 12mm to 8mm size.

    Among the various range of pulses that we deal in, Chick Peas has been widely acclaimed due to its tasteful flavour. We export chick peas which is cleaned and processed before packing and transporting. Only the best of grains of pulses are selected and processed to the clients so that the taste of the food can remain authentic. We export chana dal which is cleaned and processed before packing and transporting. Only the best of grains of pulses are selected and processed to the clients so that the taste of the food can remain authentic

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    Dry beans
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    Dried beans, peas and lentils — a.k.a. legumes or pulses — are a vital food source and one of the world's oldest cultivated crops. Evidence of cultivation goes back more than 7,000 years in some parts of the world. That's a heck of a long time!

    An excellent source of protein, dietary fiber and complex carbohydrates, legumes and pulses are flavorful, nutritionally dense, inexpensive and versatile. What more could you ask for?

    Ever had a craving for Eyes of Goat, Tongues of Fire, or Mortgage Lifters? These are just a few of the outrageously named yet delicious heirloom bean varieties that are grown regionally throughout the U.S. in addition to widely available favorites like black, pinto and kidney beans. Dried beans, peas and lentils are simply mature beans that are dried and then removed from their pods; look for all kinds in our bulk section and grocery aisles. We think there's a darn good chance they could be the perfect food.

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    Millets are astonishingly low water consuming crops. The rainfall needed for Sorghum, Pearl Millet and Finger Millet is less than 25% of sugarcane and banana, and 30% that of rice. We use 4000 litres of water to grow one kg of rice while all millets grow without irrigation. This can turn out to be a tremendous national gain especially in the ensuing decades of climate crisis. In a future, where water and food crisis stares us in the face, millets can become the food of security.

    By any nutritional parameter, millets are miles ahead of rice and wheat In terms of their mineral content, compared to rice and wheat. Each one of the millets has more fibre than rice and wheat. Some as much as fifty times that of rice. Finger millet has thirty times more Calcium than rice while every other millet has at least twice the amount of Calcium compared to rice. In their Iron content, foxtail and little millet are so rich that rice is nowhere in the race. While most of us seek a micronutrient such as Beta Carotene in pharmaceutical pills and capsules, millets offer it in abundant quantities. The much privileged rice, ironically, has zero quantity of this precious micronutrient.

    In this fashion, nutrient to nutrient, every single millet is extraordinarily superior to rice and wheat and therefore is the solution for the malnutrition that affects a vast majority of the Indian population.

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