Mung beans are native from India, a country where they are still cultivated today as well as in China and Pakistan. This legume is green on the outside and on the inside it has a light yellow color, its shape is rounded.
In developing countries this legume stands out because of its importance for the nutrition of the population. It has a high content of fiber, protein, iron, carbohydrates and vitamins that make it a healthy food.
In Asian food, it is common for mung beans to be sprouted, their sprouts are then used in stir-fries or salads, while in Indian food, the skinless seeds are used in stews. These beans can also be used to make flour that is known to be gluten free.
We can offer the following specs
Caliber: 3.25 mm up (typically)
Foreign matter: 1%.
Stained grains: 1% max.
Slightly stained grains: 3% max.
Broken grains: 1% max.
Germination power: 95% min.
Live insects: Free.
20kg, 50lb, 25kg or 50kg polypropylene bags.
Bulk in big bags.
Bulk in containers.
24 metric tons per 20 FCL
Botanical name: Vigna radiata
Crude Protein: 14.2%
Crude Fat: 0.8%
Crude Fiber: 15.3%
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