Green Peas

The peas is a green, pod-shaped vegetable, widely grown as a cool-season vegetable crop. A peas is most commonly the small spherical seed or the seed-pod of the legume Pisum sativum. Each pod contains several peas. Although it is botanically a fruit it is treated as a vegetable in cooking. In early times, peas were grown mostly for their dry seeds. In modern times, however, peas are usually boiled or steamed, which breaks down the cell walls and makes the taste sweeter and the nutrients more bio-available.

Chick Peas

Chickpeas also called Bengal gram those are widely grown for its nutritious seeds. The bushy 60-cm (2-foot) plants bear pinnate leaves and small white or reddish flowers. The yellow brown beans are borne one or two to a pod. Chickpeas are an important food plant in India, Africa, and Central and South America.Chickpeas mashed to a paste with lemon juice, olive oil, and sesame paste is widely eaten in the Middle East as a sauce and dip for bread. Mashed cooked chickpeas are formed into small flat cakes and fried for falafel, a popular Middle Eastern dish. In southern Europe, Chickpeas are a common ingredient in soups, salads, and stews. A kind of meal or flour is also made from Chickpeas. The chickpea or garbanzo bean is a cool-season annual that requires about 100 days to reach harvest.

Red Chilli &Green Chilli

The green chilli is in stage when it has been harvested, green chillies are a stage before the chillie ripens to a red colour. When harvested dried and later powdered or wet ground in some homes for use within short periods . The dry powder is the one that can be stored for several months in an airtight dry conatiner. If you are prepared for a slight difference in flavour & degree of hotness ,these two are interchangeable when in a tight spot. The taste will alter a bit but will not markedly change the outcome of your dish. Red and Green chilles are give different tastes. Green will give some good flavour while Red will give the actual tast and aroma. Food values are also more in Red Chillies.


We are offering a high quality of Fresh turmeric.Turmeric is the traditional yellow colored root belonging to the family of ginger. Commonly used as herb and spice worldwide, its properties make it smell poignant and strong in flavor which is a little bitter, hot and earthy in taste. It is consumed fresh as well in dried form, which is termed as spice.Utilization of turmeric is high in textile, medicinal and culinary industries. This golden spice is inborn to India and South East Asia.

Wheat Bran

Wheat is a plant. The outer shell of the bran is used to make medicine.Wheat bran is used as a source of dietary fiber for preventing colon diseases including cancer, stomach cancer, breast cancer, gallbladder disease, hemorrhoidsand hiatal hernia. It is also used for treating constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes.Wheat bran helps constipation by speeding up the colon and increasing stool output and bowel frequency.

Coco peat

Harvel Cocopeat came into existence in 2005. Its main goal is to offer environment-friendly and sustainable alternative products. Main factory is nearby Nagercoil, a municipal area famous for its elegant beauty and lush green coconut trees. It is in the south of Tamilnadu, India.Harvel has been in the production and export of coco peat since 2005. Its main focus is on the global market. The buyers are spread across the continents from Australia to America. We thrive in the midst of severe competitions basically due to the supply of quality products and time-tested customer service. We serve our customers with dedication and commitment and deliver the best products on schedule.

Fish Meal

Fish meal is obtained by cooking, pressing, drying and milling fresh raw fish or fish trimmings . There are several types of fish meal in the market depending on the source of fish or fishery by-products used and on the processing technology involved. Fish meal is a more or less coarse brown flour.Fish meal has been used as a feedstuff since the 19th century in Northern Europe and is now used worldwide. Global production of fish meal has been stable for the past two decades at around 5 to 6 million tons, Peru and Chile being the main producers. A major portion (more than 60%) of fish meal produced globally is used for aquaculture (farming of finfish and shrimp). The intensification of aquaculture in Asia, and particularly in China, is increasing the demand for fish meal even though the supply cannot grow accordingly. Natural phenomena such as the El Niño-Southern Oscillation affect the fisheries along Central American Pacific coasts, leading to seasonal scarcities and increased prices. Due to these factors, the fish meal market is volatile and prices often shoot up. The search for suitable and cost-effective alternative protein sources for use in industrial aquafeeds will be the most critical factor in the development of intensive aquaculture in Asia.