Grains - Puleses

Puleses Import:

Lentils

Importing lentils from Russia and Canada from the foreign lentil group is very important for Iran. Lentils imported from Russia and Canada are very high quality and have high nutritional value and are very popular in the Iranian market. Lentils imported from Russia and Canada can supply a large volume of the domestic market in Iran. Russian and Canadian lentils are large and small in size. When you look at the types of lentils in the legume market, you can see the quality of lentils at a glance. Each type of lentil in the market has a different price. Lentils are usually exported and imported in bulk in 50 kg or 25 kg bags. All kinds and varieties of imported lentils are packaged in warehouses or workshops and offered to the market under the brand of our trading company.

chickpeas

Imports of chickpeas in world markets are in the group of cereals. Chickpeas are both nutritious and a good agricultural product. Chickpeas are both nutritious and a good agricultural product. In 2019, dried peas and pea shells with a total volume of $ 1.36 billion, was one of the most important food products in world trade. Importing chickpeas to Iran In general, two types of chickpeas are defined for importing chickpeas to Iran; Peas and chickpeas from the group of legumes; These two types of products are popular. Russia is one of the countries that imports chickpeas from Iran. In addition to Russia, chickpeas from the grain group are also imported from Argentina. The quality of Argentine chickpeas is very significant in terms of appearance, nutritional value as well as product price.

Beans

Since many types of beans have entered the Iranian market through imports. Therefore, the main importers of these products are the owners of first-hand prices and the floor of the Iranian market, and direct access and purchase from them can greatly reduce consumer costs. As you know, one of the varieties of imported beans is Chinese pinto beans, which are among the beans that are imported directly into the country through this collection. The company is always the main determinant of these products, as it imports some varieties of beans directly.

Grains Import:

Rice

Rice has become one of the most important imported items in Iran and there are various reasons for this. Currently, Southeast Asian countries such as India, Pakistan and Thailand are among the best countries where rice is their most important agricultural crop and this crop is grown and produced in high tonnages. Therefore, these countries are one of the most important options to meet our domestic need for rice. Among these countries, Pakistan has a very good agricultural industry, which is why rice exports are one of the most important occupations of this country, from which they also earn a good income, so that the wheel of Pakistan’s economy is very large. This process of rice trade has positive effects. We are also an importer of rice.

Wheat

The consumption of wheat in Iran is 11 million tons and the amount of strategic reserves in the country is about 4 million tons. With wheat production breaking records and prices falling in Russia, the United States is losing markets for this vital crop in the world. Iran has used the opportunity to import wheat, we are one of the companies that have a license to import wheat and we are working in this regard. Kazakhstan, the 12th largest producer of Ranginak wheat, accounts for six of the world’s exports. Together with Turkey, it is the world’s largest flour exporter.

Corn

Corn is one of the most widely consumed cereals, which is used both as human food and as livestock and poultry food. Corn has different uses in different food industries, which due to market conditions and high consumption, corn imports are of great importance to the government. Currently, corn and soybeans are considered as the main food for raising chickens and eggs in the country, which are imported as livestock inputs. Currently, the largest volume of livestock corn imports to Iran is from Russia, Brazil and Ukraine. Of course, livestock corn is imported to Iran from other countries such as Turkmenistan, India and Switzerland, but it has a smaller volume than the first three.