Pigeon peas are an important legume crop. The Indian subcontinent, eastern Africa and Central America, are the world's three main pigeon pea-producing regions. The dried peas may be sprouted briefly, then cooked, for a flavour different from the green or dried peas.
Red Kidney Beans in water with salt are naturally high in fibre and protein. It is a rich, flavourful bean and added to chilli, soup or your favourite recipe for a nutritious meal anytime. It is free from artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. It is suitable for vegetarians.
Pumpkin seeds are rich in Minerals & Vitamins such as Potassium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Vitamin B6 and Thiame. These seeds are also a good source of the essential acid Omega 3. These seeds also have a relatively low calorie value when compared to other seeds.
Top Op Black Eye Bean, Black-eyed peas, also known as cowpeas, are a common legume cultivated around the globe.
Despite their name, black-eyed peas are not peas but rather a type of bean.
They’re generally very pale in color and feature a large black, brown, or red spot that resembles an eye.
Rosecoco Beans are normally found in their dried form. Their deep pink colour skin is flecked with beige and brown. Rosecoco beans are also called borlotti beans, Straip Beans, Saluggia Beans, Roman Beans, and Crab Eye Beans. Rosecoco beans are an ideal ingredient for soups and curries, as well as casseroles.
Moth Beans also known as mut, mot, mat, papillion, haricot or dew bean. The moth beans are very small and brownish in colour, with a creamy yellow coloured interior. Similar in taste to the mung bean, but with a nuttier flavour, these tiny beans are simmered with other vegetable or lentils for a staple curry in North India.
This is a Vegetarian product.
Soyabean contains all of the 9 amino acids and is a popular choice of protein among vegetarians
Low in saturated fat and contain cholesterol lowering phytosterols
Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, dietary fibre and minerals like copper, manganese and iron
9 months shelf life