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Onion Exporter - http://aenixexim.com/

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India produces around 40 lakh metric tons (mts) of Onion annually and is the 2nd largest onion producer in the world, first being China. India doubled its production during the past two decades, raising from the order of 20 lakh metric tons in 1974 - 75 to 40 lakh metric tons in 1994 - 95. The share of Maharashtra in the production of onion is around 30% of the country's production, producing around 12 lakh mts annually in recent years. We are the leading Indian Onion Supplier in the world.
It is thus possible to assess the export of Onion from Nashik/Pune region at around 70 to 80% annually. The onion harvested during October-December is Kharif crop, January-March is Rangada Crop.
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Millet Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Millet grow in dry zones as rain-fed crops and they are small-seeded and harder. They have the capability of cultivating under marginal conditions of soil fertility and moisture. Millet’s also are an important ingredient of the prehistoric diet in Indian, Chinese and Korean societies. Millet’s are one of the oldest foods known to humans and possibly the first cereal grain to be used for domestic purposes. Millet is used in health benefit are:
·Millet are highly nutritious, non-glutinous and -acid forming food. ·Since they are easy to digest they are considered to be the least allergenic and most digestible grains available compared to rice, especially polished rice. ·Millet's release lesser percentage of glucose and over a longer period of time. ·Millet's are particularly high in minerals like iron, magnesium, phosphorous and potassium. ·It helps to reduce cholesterol, lowers blood pressure & helps in the development & repair of body cells & tissues ·It helps to lower th…

Mango Pulp Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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The King of Fruits - that is the Mango, known for its full-bodied pulp, the rich flavour of its sweetness and the deep color of the fruit, the mango is the most premium variety of mango. It can also be found in the areas surrounding Mysore and Belgaum in South & West Karnataka, along with the coastal areas of Gujarat. Mango is high in beta-carotene, a precursor of vitamin A, and is a rich source of the vitamin B complex.
Known locally as the Aapoos, and as Hapoos in most of South Asia, the variety of Mango grown in Devgad in the Konkan region of Maharashtra state in India is considered as the best. We sources the raw produce from this very belt to deliver to you the best from India.

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Black Sesame-seed Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Sesame Seeds are the tear-shaped small seeds that come in the assortment of black and white in different compositions. The crunchy & nutty seeds are principally known for the high oil content and the texture that they supplement to cuisines worldwide. Sesame seed is a familiar ingredient in the Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine. Having a unique nutty flavor, it is also the main ingredient of the world famous Tahini dressing. Apart from its taste, sesame seeds are known for their high nutritional value. They are loaded with health-promoting components such as dietary fiber, carbohydrates, proteins, and magnesium.

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Natural Sesame-Seed Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Sesame seeds (approximately 50% oil and 25% protein) are used in bakery and confectionary, candy making and other food industries. Oil from the seed is used in cooking, salad oils, margarine and contains about 47% oleic acid and 39 linoleic acid. Foods fried in sesame oil have a log shelf life because the oil contains a antioxidant called “sesamol”. The oil can be used in the manufacture of soaps, paints, perfumes, pharmaceuticals and insecticides.

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White Sesame Seed Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Sesame (Sesamum indicum) is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. It was a highly prized crop of Babylon and Assyria at least 4,000 years ago. Today India is the world’s largest producers of sesame followed by Burma, Sudan, Mexico, Nigeria, Venezuela, Turkey, Uganda, China and Ethiopia. Sesame was introduced to the United States in the 1930’s. Domestic production has been limited because of lack of cultivators that can be harvested mechanically. In 1987, the sesame average in this country was less than 2500 acres, about half of which were in Texas.

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Sujata Wheat Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Wheat is the second largest cereal grain consumed on earth. Wheat is important especially for making breads and other bakery products as it has got the maximum number of glutens as compared to any other grain. Wheat is also grown as a forage crop for the livestock. India produces around 75-80 million tons of wheat every year. India has the largest area in the world under wheat cultivation. However, due to low productivity it is only the third largest producer after EU-27 and China. Weather has a profound influence on production, especially in Haryana and Punjab as temperature plays a crucial role in determining the yield.

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Sharbati Wheat Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Wheat is a cereal grain that belongs to the grass family of the genus 'Triticum'. A dry, one seeded fruit named kernel is obtained from this spiky grass like grain, which is ground to make flour and is consumed throughout the world as one of the most important staple food. Wheat is a globally important source of dietary carbohydrate (starch) and protein (gluten). Its grain is a staple food used to make flour for leavened, flat and steamed breads, biscuits, cookies, cakes, breakfast cereal, pasta, noodles etc and for fermentation to make beer, alcohol, vodka, or biofuel. It is also used for feeding animals to a limited extent. Wheat requires a cooler weather and a good level of moisture in the early plantation period and once the grain is formed, it needs a warmer weather to dry up. That is why the best-suited climate needed for the wheat crop to prosper is the temperate climate.

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Lokvan Wheat Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Wheat is the most important winter cereal grown during the non-monsoon months, and it is less vulnerable to yield fluctuation than other crops. After rice, wheat is the most important cereal in India. It is grown in cooler regions of India during the mild winter months of November to mid-April.Physical characteristics such as hectoliter weight, thousand grain weight, grain hardness and texture are important for the grain trade. Based on physical parameters and purity, Indianwheathas been grouped into different grades in accordance with the international grading system. In India, wheat is cultivated as a Rabi crop and it is planted in the month of October. It is harvested in the months of April and May.

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Wheat Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Wheat is the most important winter cereal grown during the non-monsoon months, and it is less vulnerable to yield fluctuation than other crops. After rice, wheat is the most important cereal in India. It is grown in cooler regions of India during the mild winter months of November to mid-April.Physical characteristics such as hectoliter weight, thousand grain weight, grain hardness and texture are important for the grain trade. Based on physical parameters and purity, Indianwheathas been grouped into different grades in accordance with the international grading system. In India, wheat is cultivated as a Rabi crop and it is planted in the month of October. It is harvested in the months of April and May.
Wheat is a cereal grain that belongs to the grass family of the genus 'Triticum'. A dry, one seeded fruit named kernel is obtained from this spiky grass like grain, which is ground to make flour and is consumed throughout the world as one of the most important staple food. Wheat

White Maize Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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IndianMaize (Corn), is of American origin, and after wheat and rice, it is the most important cereal grain in the world. It provides nutrition to both humans (33.3%) and animals (66.6 %). Serves as basic raw material for the production of starch, oil and protein, alcoholic beverages, food sweeteners and more recently fuel. Special crops grown primarily for food include sweet corn and popcorn, although dent, starchy or floury and flint maize are also widely used as food. Flint maize is also used as feed. Immature ordinary corn on the cob either boiled or roasted is widely consumed. 
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Yellow Maize Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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India'sMaize(Corn)production fluctuates between 10-14 million tons, with 80-90% of the production being in the kharif season. Major states that contribute in Maize productions are Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Around 6.5 million tons (roughly 50 % of total consumption) goes for feed use, primarily for poultry feed. Another 1 million tons of corn is used by the starch industry. India is traditionally a maize importer, and Govt. permits a fixed quantity (determined each year) to be imported at 15%. Extra has to be imported at 50%. However, in 2003-04, India exported around 300000 - 500000 tons of maize, mainly to Southeast Asian countries.

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Basmati Rice Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Rice is one of the most treasured grains, and is grown only once a year in the Indo-Genetic Plain beneath the Himalayan sub ranges. The fertile alluvial soil, fresh and cold air and the sweet water from the ranges contribute primarily to the unique characteristics associated with the grain. It is a remarkably long variety of rice and has a distinct aroma and discrete nutty taste. When cooked, the Basmati is longer, lighter and fluffier than standard white Rice, and does not stick together. 

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Brown Rice Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Rice or Oryza Sativa (as botanists prefer to call it) is not a tropical plant but is still associated with a wet, humid climate. It is generally believed that the domestication of rice began somewhere in the Asian arc. From its place of birth, lost forever in the mists of time, the plant and its grain spread all over the world.

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Non-Basmati Rice Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Rice is nature's exclusive gift to the Indian sub-continent. We provide these gift known as Basmati Rice, Non-Basmati Rice and Brown Rice. Rice is the seed of the grass species. As a cereal grain, it is the most widely consumed staple food for a large part of the world’s human population, especially in Asia. It is the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production. 

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Raw Peanut Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Peanuts or Groundnut kernels are approx... 70% of weight in shells and kernels have an oil recovery of 40-42%. Around 75% pf the crop is produced in Khariff (June - September) and remaining 25% in rabi (November – March). India exporter around 100000 tons of peanut oil in 2003-04 after 4 decades, as crop failed in Senegal and Argentina. Regional estimates are Gujarat (1-3.5 million tons), Tamil Nadu (1 million tons), Andhra Pradesh (1-2 million tons), Karnataka (0.5 million tons), Maharashtra (0.5 million tons) are the major producers of peanuts.  

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Inshell Peanut Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Peanut is the major oilseed of India. It accounts for around 25% of the total oilseed production of the country. Annual production of Indian Peanuts and Indian Peanuts oil are around 5-8min and 1.5 min tons respectively. Peanuts production is highly vulnerable to rainfall deviations and display huge fluctuation between years.

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Blanched Peanut Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Peanut is produced and exported from a number of countries around the world. India is a leader in cultivation and export of groundnut. High quality peanut cultivation takes place in the Saurashtra region of the Gujarat where we have quality farmers. The Peanut from Saurashtra is believed to have in ideal state and its quality lasts for longer time. This Peanut is used for direct consumption in Pakistan, Iran and other countries. In china, Indian Peanut largely used for oil production.
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Maize Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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India'sMaize(Corn)production fluctuates between 10-14 million tons, with 80-90% of the production being in the kharif season. Major states that contribute in Maize productions are Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Around 6.5 million tons (roughly 50 % of total consumption) goes for feed use, primarily for poultry feed. Another 1 million tons of corn is used by the starch industry. India is traditionally a maize importer, and Govt. permits a fixed quantity (determined each year) to be imported at 15%. Extra has to be imported at 50%. However, in 2003-04, India exported around 300000 - 500000 tons of maize, mainly to Southeast Asian countries.
IndianMaize (Corn), is of American origin, and after wheat and rice, it is the most important cereal grain in the world. It provides nutrition to both humans (33.3%) and animals (66.6 %). Serves as basic raw material for the production of starch, oil and protein, alcoholic beverages, food sweeteners and…

Rice Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Rice is nature's exclusive gift to the Indian sub-continent. We provide these gift known as Basmati Rice, Non-Basmati Rice and Brown Rice. Rice is the seed of the grass species. As a cereal grain, it is the most widely consumed staple food for a large part of the world’s human population, especially in Asia. It is the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production.
It is one of the most treasured grains, and is grown only once a year in the Indo-Genetic Plain beneath the Himalayan sub ranges. The fertile alluvial soil, fresh and cold air and the sweet water from the ranges contribute primarily to the unique characteristics associated with the grain. It is a remarkably long variety of rice and has a distinct aroma and discrete nutty taste. When cooked, the Basmati is longer, lighter and fluffier than standard white Rice, and does not stick together. 
Rice or Oryza Sativa (as botanists prefer to call it) is not a tropical plant but is still associated with a wet, h…

Peanut Exporter - http://www.aenixexim.com/

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Peanut is produced and exported from a number of countries around the world. India is a leader in cultivation and export of groundnut. High quality peanut cultivation takes place in the Saurashtra region of the Gujarat where we have quality farmers. The Peanut from Saurashtra is believed to have in ideal state and its quality lasts for longer time. This Peanut is used for direct consumption in Pakistan, Iran and other countries. In china, Indian Peanut largely used for oil production.
Peanut is the major oil-seed of India. It accounts for around 25% of the total oil-seed production of the country. Annual production of Indian Peanuts and Indian Peanuts oil are around 5-8 min and 1.5 min tons respectively. Peanuts production is highly vulnerable to rainfall deviations and display huge fluctuation between years.
Around 75% pf the crop is produced in Khariff (June - September) and remaining 25% in rabi (November – March). India exporter around 100000 tons of peanut oil in 2003-04 after 4 de…