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Green Gram

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Green Gram

The humble mung bean is a powerhouse of nutrition.

In India, green gram is frequently referred to as moong dal. It is essentially a little green bean with a round shape. One of India’s principal pulse crops is the green gram. In Asia, it is widely grown. It is a diet high in protein. Both full and half pulses are used for consumption.

The ideal time to harvest each bean is when 85% of the pods are fully developed.

Green moong packs high amounts of polyphenols, flavonoids, amino acids, and other beneficial compounds. These Nutrients improve lipid metabolism, fight inflammation, and kill disease-causing germs.


The mung bean, also known as the green gram, is part of the Fabaceae family of pulses. It is a small, green seed commonly consumed in Asia and Southern Europe. Mung bean bran and processed foods made from mung beans, such as noodles, pasta, and flour, are often stored. In traditional Indian and Southeast Asian cuisine, green gram dal is used to make bread or as the main ingredient in soups, stews, and curries. This dal is low in fat, high in protein, and high in fiber.

Some of the hybrid varieties of green gram in India is, RUM-1, HUM-12, BM-4, PDM-54, JM-72, K-851 and PDM-11.

One of the best sources of plant-based protein is green gram. Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, lipid metabolism, antihypertensive, hypertension, antihypertensive, antidiabetic, and anticancer properties are just a few of the biological benefits of green gramme. It contains a lot of protein, fibre, phytonutrients, and antioxidants.

Green grams provide health benefits including improving mental health, circulatory health, boosting immunity, and fighting against cancer. 


Moisture 12% – 13%max
Purity 99%
Size 3.5mm
Packaging 25 KG and as per customer requirement
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