Groundnuts were widely known at the time of the Spanish & Portuguese conquest of South America. They spread to South Asia in the 16th century, eventually flourishing in India.

Peanuts

Indian peanuts are cultivated over an acreage of 31 million hectares - roughly the size of Nigeria.

Indian peanuts are consumed in over 50 countries. Indian peanuts are the only source that are available all round the year. Crops are planted in two cycles and harvested in March and October. There are several other inter-cropping cycles which makes Indian peanut a prime source of supply.

Recent quality drive in the Indian peanut industry by APEDA have started resulting in good practices in food safety & the control of aflatoxin.

Peanut Varieties

Indian peanuts are Non-GMO with a high fat and oil content.

There are several Indian peanut varieties, including Java, Bold, TJ, Java Long, G20, K6, Mathadi, J24 and Western 44. Customers often buy the Java (white round shape) for hand to mouth consumption while the peanut butter factories choose bold & Tj depending on the process.

Depending on the seeding type, peanuts  grow between 90 and 120 days. Each seed variety have varying oil content, shelf life & freshness.

Peanuts

Peanut Specification

We do customised and standard specification as mentioned in the chart

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Peanut Packing

Packing for shelf life of 3 months upto 1 year in dry storage warehouse are available.

  • 25kg Vacuum 25kg Vacuum
  • Cocoon Pack Cocoon Pack
  • Cocoon Pack Cocoon Pack
  • 50kg Vacuum 50kg Vacuum
  • Super Sack (500/1000kg) Super Sack (500/1000kg)
  • PP Packing PP Packing
  • Carton Box Packing Carton Box Packing
  • Jute Packing Jute Packing
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