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Organic Toor Dal

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State Of Origin Pan India
Speciality Organic
Packaging Size 25 Kg
Variety Available Arhar
Brand Brightcrop
Color Yellow
Organic Yes
Packaging Type PP bag
Is It Organic Organic
Quality Available 10 tons
Is It Dried Dried
Cuisine Indian
Country of Origin Made in India
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  • Provides a rich supply of protein
  • Nutty flavour, soft texture and easily digestible
  • Excellent source of dietary fiber, and vitamins
  • Organic Tur Dal is free from added chemicals or coloring additive retaining its goodness and nutrient value
  • 100% Organic – Certified by USDA and as per Indian Organic standard



Additional Information:

  • Production Capacity: 25000kgs
  • Packaging Details: As per standard
Weight 1 g
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  1. Low carbon footprint: Legumes have a lower carbon footprint compared to animal-based protein sources. This is because they require less energy and resources to grow and produce.

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Overall, beans and pulses are a sustainable source of protein that can contribute to a more environmentally friendly food system.

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