Our Products

Today, we keep the family tradition alive by farming in ways that are good for the environment and make healthy, natural products while improving and protecting the environment for future generations. Check out our carefully chosen collection of certified organic, whole goods that can help you take care of your health in a natural way. Because, let’s be honest, nature knows best!

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Coconut

The edible fruit of the coconut palm, which belongs to the palm family and produces coconuts, is called a coconut. The flesh of the coconut, which is heavy in fat, can be dried, eaten fresh, processed into coconut milk or oil, or used in other culinary applications. Coconut water is a popular type of beverage that is made from the liquid that is extracted from the coconut.

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Cumin

Cumin has a zesty, delicious, and pungent taste. It is called a “warming spice.” Cumin is a common ingredient in curry, chilli, and barbecue sauces. It’s also used a lot in taco seasoning mixes and gyro recipes. Cumin can be bought either ground or whole, so you can grind it as needed to keep it fresh and toast it as needed.

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Coriander

Coriander has a taste that is a little bit peppery and a little bit sweet. The coriander plant makes both cilantro and coriander seeds, which have their own tastes. Most coriander that is brought into the country comes from Morocco, but the Abhaydeep Agrific also sells sour Indian coriander seeds.

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Beans

Organic beans are grown by our approved organic farmers in different parts of India. Beans that are grown organically are a good source of protein, fibre, vitamins, and carbs. Organic beans are good for people with diabetes and help keep their blood sugar in check. Abhaydeep Agrific is India’s largest supplier of organic beans. It has a different production line for organic beans where cleaning, sorting by colour, and packaging are done in a clean environment.

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Green Beans

Green beans are a type of food that grows on a vine in the summer and fall. You can also call them snap beans or string beans. Green Beans are long, thin veggies with green pods. In the green bean family are yellow wax beans, purple bush beans, and purple and brown heirloom beans. 

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Black Beans

Black beans are small to medium-sized, oval-shaped beans with shiny black skins. They have a small white eye or spot that is called a “keel.” The inside of black beans is white and creamy, and they taste like meat. Michigan is the first state to grow black beans and the second state to grow dry beans overall.

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Chick beans

The word “chickpea” comes from the Latin word “cancer,” which means “bean.” The Fabaceae plant family is made up of legumes. It is also called the garbanzo bean, a name that comes from Spanish. In this family of foods, you can also find kidney beans, black beans, green beans, and peanuts, which are all well-known

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Mug Beans

The mung bean is one of the most important edible legume crops. It is grown on more than 6 million ha (about 8.5% of the global pulse area) and is eaten by most families in Asia. There are a lot of nutrients and vitamins in mung beans, which may be good for your health. In fact, they may help prevent heat stroke, help your digestive system work better, help you lose weight, and lower your “bad” LDL cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels.

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Soyabeans

Soyabeans are a type of plant called a legume. They are linked to peas, clover, and alfalfa. Since soyabeans are dicots, they have two cotyledons. Each soya plant makes 60 to 80 pods, and each pod has three beans about the size of peas. Soyabeans are tough plants that grow well in a wide range of soils and situations.

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Groundnut

Groundnut is a type of legume that is grown for its nuts, which can be eaten. Groundnuts are also called peanuts, manilla nuts, goobers, and monkey nuts. Groundnuts taste and are healthy in the same way that tree nuts like almonds and walnuts do.

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Fresh vegetables

No one can live without vegetables, whether they like them or not. This means that you should always have a lot of them at home. Even though it’s easy to go to the food store and get some, that doesn’t mean that’s the best thing to do. So many people search for  online store to buy fresh veggies.  

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Bitter gourd

Bitter gourd, or Momordica charantia, is an important food crop that is grown for its immature tuberculate fruits, which have a unique bitter taste. Fruits have 88 mg of vitamin C per 100 g and are thought to be a good source of vitamins and minerals. Fruits are used after they have been cooked, and tasty dishes are made after they have been stuffed and fried.

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Ridged gourd

In Indian cooking, ridge gourd is a popular vegetable. It comes in two different styles: one has a smooth surface and the other has ridges. Ridge gourds are full of vitamins A, C, iron, magnesium, B6, and B6. They also have a lot of food fibres and water. By nature, they don’t have many calories, bad fatty fats, or cholesterol.

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Ivy gourd

Ivy gourd is a fast-growing vine that can quickly spread over trees, bushes, fences, and other supports. People know that the ivy gourd plant can speed up the metabolism, lower blood sugar, and avoid diseases like diabetes. Ivy gourd is also great for your heart and nerves. Studies have shown that it can even help get rid of kidney stones.

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Chilli

The dried ripe fruit of the genus Capsicum is called a chilli. Capsicum annuum is an annual subshrub with single flowers and fruits that usually hang down. It produces red peppers, cayenne, paprika, and chillies, as well as the milder sweet pepper (bell pepper), which has big inflated fruits. Chilli is one of the most important industrial spice crops. It is called the “wonder spice” because it is used all over the world.

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Peas

Peas are round and small veggies. They are full of vitamins and have a lot of protein. Peas are one of the oldest crops that people have ever grown. They are a type of plant called a legume. Peas are a good source of vitamins C and E, zinc, and other antioxidants that help your defence system. Other nutrients, like vitamins A and B and coumestrol, help reduce inflammation and lower your chance of chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and arthritis.

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Potato

Potato fruits are round or oval and has small white roots called ” eyes” that are growing buds. Under the ground, the edible root grows into a tuber that, based on the type of plant that was grown, can be different colors, sizes, and shapes. The Irish potato culture was very important because potatoes were a staple food.

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Honey

Honey is a sweet, thick, dark-golden liquid food that bees make in their honey sacs from the nectar of flowers. There are about 320 different kinds of honey, and they all look, smell, and taste different. The taste and color of the nectar depend on the flowers from which it comes. The tame honeybee makes honey from clover, and some of the best honey for selling come from clover honey.

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Onion

We are the most trusted providers of fresh onions of the highest possible quality. Our assortment of freshly harvested onions comes from India’s farms that are widely regarded as the most dependable and trustworthy in the country. Because of its unique perfume, flavor, spice, color, and size, the Indian onion has carved out a specific market space for itself in the global market. The demand for Indian onions is so high that the country supplies a significant portion of the world’s supply by shipping its produce to countries both close by and further afield.

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Wheat

Abhaydeep Agrific has become a pioneer in the production of Whole Wheat Flour and Wheat processing as well as a prominent supplier of commodities such as Chick Peas, Semolina Flour, Durum Wheat, Milling Wheat, and All Purpose Flour amongst others. During the process of collecting, handling, processing, and packing the wheat products, we work with a technique called Total Quality Management, which focuses on the ongoing improvements that may be made.

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Bajra

We provide bran meals of par quality that are made from Bajra, which is believed to be rich in both taste and diet. Additionally, we price our bran meals as low as we possibly can. We grade the animal feed grain and the cattle feed grain according to the many specifications for finishing, polishing, and grain sizes that are in place.