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Lentils

Lentils
History One of the first crops ever domesticated, lentils are a nutritious food legume that is one of the primary sources of protein for much of the world today. Canada is the world's largest producer of lentils, followed by India, Turkey and the United States. Lentils are grown for their seeds, which are typically canned or packaged for retail sale in whole or split form. Lentils can also b...
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Chickpeas

Chickpeas
History Chickpeas are the seed of the annual plant Cicer arietinum of the pea (Fabaceae, or leguminosae) family, widely grown for its nutritious seeds. The oldest records of the cultivated chickpea are from Turkey, where it was grown approximately 7,500 years ago. From there, the crop spread and became a staple food across the Middle East, North Africa and the Indian subcontinent. Today, chickp...
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Beans

Beans
  History Dry beans are annual legumes grown for their seeds. There are many varieties of dry beans, including white (with sira, chali, sugar, dermason, navy, horoz, great northern, and alubia varieties), kidney (including dark and light speckled/pinto beans), black and faba beans. Many varieties of beans consumed today were originally grown in the new world and brought back by European...
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Soybean Meal

Soybean Meal
Soybean Meal Soybean meal is the most important protein source used to feed farm animals. It represents two-thirds of the total world output of protein feedstuffs, including all other major oil meals and fish meal (Oil World, 2015). Its feeding value is unsurpassed by any other plant protein source and it is the standard to which other protein sources are compared (Cromwell, 1999). While it has...
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Feed Corn (Maize)

Feed Corn (Maize)
Description Maize (Zea mays L.) is a major staple food grain throughout the world, particularly in Africa, Latin America and Asia, and a major feedstuff in developed countries. The maize grain has many food (grain, flour, syrup, oil…) and non-food usages (cosmetics, adhesives, paints, varnishes). Maize starch and oil are also major products (Ecocrop, 2010). The maize grain is a major feed grai...
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Wheat

Wheat
  Wheat is probably the most common cereal available all over the world and is in even higher demand in recent years due to its abundant health benefits. Over the years, it has shown itself to be one of the most successful and sustainable cereals crops in the world. It originated in southwestern Asia, but today it is grown in countless countries. Commonly, wheat cultivation is done at high...
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Feed Barley

Description Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is one of the main cereal crops. With 150 million tons produced in 2009, barley grain production ranked fourth behind maize, rice and wheat (FAO, 2011). Developing countries account for about 25% of the total barley harvested area (Akar et al., 2003). Barley is an annual, erect and tufted grass, up to 50 to 120 cm high. It has a strong fibrous root sy...
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KALLEHGHOUCHI (JUMBO)

KALLEHGHOUCHI (JUMBO)
KALLEHGHOUCHI (JUMBO) : Kallehghouchi nut is famous for being large. Jumbo pistachios are available in the following sizes: 18-20, 20-22, 22-24, 24-26, and 28-30.
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PISTACHIO KERNELS

PISTACHIO KERNELS
PISTACHIO KERNELS : Kernels can be from any type of Iranian pistachios. Pistachio kernels are normally used as a food ingredient in different industries such as bakery products, chocolate and sweet industry, also cooking.
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FANDOGHI (ROUND)

FANDOGHI (ROUND)
FANDOGHI (ROUND) : Fandoghi is most common character to identify this type is that .This shape of pistachios is rather short in long and (in comparing with Jumbo) is rather small. Fandoghi pistachios are available in the following sizes: 22-24, 24-26, 26-28, 28-30, 30-32, and 32-34.
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