No wonder Pulses hold an important place in Indian agriculture. In India, Pulses are grown over the area of 23.8 million hectares with total production of 18.6 million tonnes. 735KG/Hectare is the average yield of Pulses in India. Pulses are usually grown in irrigated as well as rain fed areas. The states from where the major portion of national pulses production come from are Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Rajasthan. Madhya Pradesh is the highest pulses producing state in India. The projected requirement of Pulses production by the end of 2030 is estimated at about 32 milliontonnes. In India, Pulses play a major role enhancing the security of livelihood, security of nutrition, security of basic foods for regular life, soil health, profit of the farms and environmental sustainability.
Indian is the world’s largest producer, importer and consumer of pulses and, 20% of world’s Pulses production come from India alone.
The annual import bill for Pulses is 100,000 million dollars. So, you might have already realized the fact that there is a great need to increase the production of Pulses. As par capita availability of Pulses is 37g/day where 54g/day is required to fulfill the protein requirement under changing climate scenario. Indian government has already started giving more emphasis on achieving the annual target of 23 million tonnes of Pulses by the end of 2020 in order to make the country self-sufficient and reduce the burgeoning import bills.
According to the new report published by Expert Market Research, the global pulses market reached the total volume of 86 Million Tons in 2016 and, is expected to reach 96 Million Tons by 2022. One of the vital reasons which has given a strong boost to the global demand of the Pulses is the rising health consciousness among consumers. Other important factors are growth of population, rising disposable incomes and a strong demand from emerging nations have also been proactive in maintaining the overall demand.
Key findings from the report
Chick Pea has been dominating the International market of Pulses.
Retail stores, snack food industry, flour industry are the major end users of Pulses in the International market.
Top 8 Pulses producing countries are-
India, Canada, Myanmar, China, Brazil, Australia, United States, Russia
With the cutting edge technologies and straightforward trading approach, Tradologie has built the most transparent communication bridge between the buyers and sellers. If you are looking forward to procuring bulk amount of pulses at the most reasonable price directly offered by the producers, Tradologie’s trading platform would be the best place for you. From International pulses like Red Kidney Beans, Chick Pease ( Desi and Kabuli both), Soyabeans to domestic pulses like Tur dal (Split Pigeon Peas), Chana Dal (Split Chickpeas), Masoor Dal (Lentils), Urad Dal (Gram Lentils), you just name it and we have number of sellers ready for you. We have a strong network of International Pulses suppliers from Ethiopia, Kenya, China, Poland, Ukraine, Argentina, Canada, Sudan, Mozambique, etc.
So,no more wasting time because now you can easily procure the bulk amount of Pulses directly from the producers on the comprehensive platform of Tradologie.
Vital Reasons Behind Choosing Tradologie For Purchasing The Best Quality of Pulses
We, at Tradologie, connect you directly to the sellers of the pulses ensuring no middle man involved in the process.
As you already know the fact that Tradologie provides a middlemen or broker free trading platform to buyers and sellers, so you can procure the bulk amount of pulses by saving up to 20% of the cost.
The trading between buyers and sellers was not as simple and transparent as it is now with the Tradologie. The entire process of trading on this platform is fully transparent for both the parties (buyers and sellers).
Tradologie allows you to check all the price rates offered by the authentic sellers registered with our business. The smart bidding system helps you to get most competitive price offered by the sellers.
As a buyer, you have the option to present any of the participating sellers with a counter offer within 15 minutes of the End of the Negotiation. The seller has the 15 minutes to decide and give you the reply of the counter offer provided by you.
You will never find any kind hidden cost associated with our products. The cost of the pulses are inclusive of GST, Freight and loading.
Keeping the payment security in mind, Tradologie provides 100% payment security with each of the transactions routed through an Escrow account. The steel ingots seller will receive payment only upon your confirmation of quality and receipt.
No matter how many questions you have regarding our service, our team of dedicated customer support executives are happy to answer each of your questions with proper patience.
Anyone who is looking forward to purchasing bulk amount of Pulses can be the buyer of Tradologie. If you are a wholesaler or exporter, you can easily procure bulk amount of Pulses from Tradologie at the most competitive rate. The minimum amount of procurement is 4 Tonnes for the domestic buyers of Pulses and, for International buyers, the quantity is 20 Tonnes.
Pulses are the edible seeds of the plants that belong to the Legume family.This particular type of leguminous crop are solely harvested for the dry seeds. Dried Beans, Lentils and Pease are the most commonly known and consumed types of Pulses. The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has marked 11 recognizable types of Pulses so far and they include: dry beans, dry broad beans such as kidney beans,Soybeans lima beans, butter beans and broad beans, dry peas, chickpeas, cow peas, pigeon peas, lentils, Bambara beans, vetches, lupins and pulses.
Crops that are harvested green ( green beans, green peas) are not the member of the pulses family, rather these are classified as the vegetable crops. Leguminous crops that are used specifically for sowing purpose (e.g. seeds of clover and alfafa) are also excluded from the family of legumins