Pigeon Peas, also known as toor dal or arhar dal, is a legume that is widely grown in India. It is a staple food crop that is high in protein, fibre, and various minerals and vitamins. It is grown in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu. It is a crop that is widely grown in the country. India accounts for more than 50% of the world's Pigeon Peas production and exports a significant portion of its harvest. Bangladesh, Pakistan, and the Middle East are some of the country's biggest customers. The sale of Indian Pigeon Peashas risen in recent years due to the growing demand in the global market and the efforts of the Indian government to promote agricultural exports. The country exported over one million metric tons of the crop in 2020.
The Indian government has implemented a range of policies to boost Pigeon Peas exports, including offering financial assistance to farmers and investing in infrastructure to increase the supply chain and storage. To boost the production of Pigeon Peas, Indian farmers are using modern technology and techniques. In addition to being a staple food, Pigeon Peas is also used to manufacture flour, dal, and sambar. There has been a boost in the export of these products in recent years, which has likewise boosted Pigeon Peas exports.
We at Interverse Foods have country wide suppliers of Pigeon Peas, from whom we procure them and post our quality control check, package them for exports. We guarantee the best is class experience and quality of our products to our clients. Please send in your enquiry, or hit the whatsapp button for more details.