02 Apr Why Is Madagascar Processed Dal (Black Eyed Beans) The Most Nutritious?
Madagascar, an island famous for pepper and vanilla exports is also well-known for its high-grade black eyed beans. The beans are a major cash crop and are exported primarily to India, Pakistan and Europe for their high nutritional value.
Belonging to the annual tropical herbaceous legume family, they are mainly cultivated in the regions of Sofia and Boeni. The soil in these areas are prepared 6 months before cultivation and has the suitable presence of nitrogen and iron oxide that allows the plants to form an erect stem of about 1 meter and produce large grains. The grain can reach 1 cm in size which is a perfect edible size, adding up to 500 grains per 100 grams.
In Madagascar, this fertile F1 generation hybrid black-eyed beans are cultivated 2 times year. The tropical ferruginous soils are farmed during the rainy season and the great alluvial plains of the West Coast are cultivated at the beginning of the dry season due to its silty porous soil. The topography of these areas is perfectly and particularly suitable for growing nutritious black eyed beans. The hot and humid climate of Madagascar also forms the perfect combination of grown high-quality pulses. These beans contain an adequate amount of fibre and vitamins acquired from the rich soils and long-term interbreeding.
The people all over the world are fond of this Madagascar Processed Dal as they have the quality and contain more vitamins and proteins than that of pulses growing in other countries.
The high-grade Madagascar Processed Dal available at our platform is procured straight from the fertile fields of Madagascar. At Sunimpex, you can choose from a variety of pulses such as Green Lentils, Butter Beans, Red Kidney beans and more. They are available in bulk quantity at pocket-friendly prices.