Wheat

The offered grains are cultivated under utmost favorable conditions under the guidance of agro experts utilizing latest machinery in compliance with set ind ustry modular.  These Whole Wheat Grains are recognized for freshness, purity, longer shelf life and natural taste. Offered grains are stringently tested on various parameters by our quality controllers to ensure quality. Clients can avail these grains from us as per their needs at highly competitive prices.

Wheat Specification :

Origin : India
Gluten (On wet basis) : 24% Min
Protein : 11 to 12% Min
Moisture Content : 12% Max
Test Weight : 78 kg/HL Min
Foreign Material : 2% Max
Damaged Grains : 2% Max
Falling Number / Sec : 300 Min
Shrivelled / Shrunken & Broken : 6% Max
Other Food Grains : 2% Max
Weevilled and Bored Grains : 2% Max

Packing: 25/50 Kgs. Paper Bags, PP Bags, Jute Bags.

Wheat Flour

Features

  • Hygienically prepared
  • Full of nutrients
  • Easily digestible
  • Perfect for health

Used For

  • Preparing chapatti
  • Pranthas
  • Brown bread

Wheat Flour Typical Specification

Parameters Specifications
Moisture  : 11% - 13%
Ash  : 1.5% - 1.6%
Acid Insoluable Ash : 0.03 - 0.035
Alcoholic Acidity : 08% - .09%
Gluten : 9.0% - 10.0%
Water Absorbtion : 64% - 67% 
Crude Fibre : 1.35% - 1.45%
Crude Proteins *5.70N : 12.5% - 13.512%
Crude Fats*6.25N : 13% - 13.2%
Starch : 69% - 70%

Packing: 25/50 Kgs. Paper Bags, PP Bags, Jute Bags.

Fine Wheat Flour (MAIDA)

Maida is widely used not only in Indian cuisine but also used in central Asian and south Asian cuisine. Maida is the refined flour of wheat flour which makes it less nutritious. The whole wheat flour contains the outer brown layer which Maida doesn’t contain. 

That is the reason, wheat flour is considered more nutritious than Maida flour. But there are some recipes which cannot made without Maida like pastries, Naan, Kulcha and other Indian snacks.

In these food items, wheat flour cannot be used as it will not give that crisp taste which Maida flour can give. Maida flour is superior in taste and quality which is also affordable and can be stored for longer durations. Maida flour is popular amongst confectionery shops, hotels, bakeries etc. 

Qualities

  • 100% free from harmful ingredients
  • Contains high nutritional level
  • Helps in regular growth of body
  • Perfect for making soft as well as nutritious chapatti

Used In

  • Bread
  • Burger Buns
  • Rusk
  • Pasta
  • Noodles
  • Pizza base
  • Cake/pastries
  • Biscuits

Specifications :

Moisture : 13 % -13.5 %
Total Ash  : 0.5 - 0.55 %
Acid Insoluable Ash : 0.015-0.02 
Alcoholic Acidity  : 0.02%-0.03% 
Gluten : 28% - 30 %
Water Absorption Power : Min.60% 
Sedimentation Value : 23ml - 24ml
Maltose Value : 2.5mg - 3.5mg 
Protein Crude : 12 % - 13 %
Crude Fiber  : Max. 2.5% - 3%
Starch  : 73% - 75% 
Colour  : Creamish White 

GramFlour (Besan)

A type of fine Ground flour made from dried chickpeas. Also known as gram flour, it is a common flour used in India as a thickener as well as for baking doughs, batters, noodles, and other fried or baked food industry. For storage, it should be refrigerated in an airtight container in order to keep it for 4 to 6 months.

Standard Specification of Gram Flour :

Parameters Specifications Range
Moisture : 11%-13%
Dry Substance : 87%-89%
Fat (d.w) : 6%-7% 
Ash (d.w) : 2.5%-3.5%
Protien (d.w)  : 18%-21%
Alcoholic Acidity : 0.06%-0.18%
Carbohydrate (d.w) : 62%-65% 
Granulation : <400 microns

Packing: 50 Kg Laminated HDPE Bags

Uses of Gram Flour (besan) 

  • Used in various snack food and Namkeens, like Bhujia, Papdi, chanachur, and other fried snacks.
  • Sweets and confectionary industry like Bundia, Barfi, sonpapri etc.
  • Used in various household food items like roti, kadhi etc.

Semolina (Suji)

Suji, also known as semolina is obtained from wheat and is a coarse powder used for making various dishes like suji ka halwa, upma, dhokla, pani puri, bhakri balls, bhat etc. It is also used in preparing many Indian snaks as wellas dishes as an important ingredient. In south India, suji or semolina flour is made to prepare dosa, idli etc. and it is also well known for coating different fried items to give a crispy taste.

Not only in India, semolina flour is also used in different countries like Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan and Arab Countries to prepare “Halwa”. In some cultures, it is served at funerals, during special celebrations, or as a religious offering.  It is necessary to consume pure, fresh and hygienic semolina flour to prepare tasty sweets and dishes. Semolina flour is widely used by restaurants, caterers and Homemakers to prepare Indian and Continental dishes of today.

Attributes

  • Natural taste
  • High nutritional values
  • Modern packaging methods
  • International quality standards

Specifications :

Moisture : 12.5 % -13.5 %
Gluten  : 9.0%-11.0% 
Wet Gluten  : 27% 29%  
Water Absorption Power : Min.60% - 65% 
Sedimentation Value  : 23ml - 24ml 
Proteins : 7.5% - 8.5%