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- Minimum Order Quantity
- FOB Port
- Mundra, Nahva Sheva
- Payment Terms
- Days after Acceptance (DA), Delivery Point (DP), Letter of Credit (L/C), Telegraphic Transfer (T/T)
- Sample Policy
- Free samples available with shipping and taxes paid by the buyer
- Main Export Market(s)
- Asia, Australia, Central America, North America, South America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East, Africa
Backed with rich expertise of one year in this domain, we are engaged in exporting and supplying supreme grade Mustard seeds. Available in various packaging options, the provided seeds are used for adding taste in pickles and other Indian recipes. The offered seeds are processed and cleaned hygienically using cutting edge techniques at vendor's end. Further, the provided Mustard seeds can be availed by our valued patrons at cost effective rates.
- Longer shelf life
- Safe to consume
- High medicinal value
- Excellent flavor
Mustard Seeds Of The Various Mustard Plants Are Among The Smallest Of Seeds. The Seeds Are About 3Mm In Diameter, And May Be Colored From Yellowish White To Black. They Are Important Spices In Many Regional Cuisines. The Seeds Can Come From Three Different Plants: Black Mustard (Brassica Nigra), Brown Indian Mustard (B. Juncea), And White Mustard (B. Hirta/Sinapis Alba).
Mustard Seeds Generally Take 3-10 Days To Germinate If Placed Under The Proper Conditions, Which Include A Cold Atmosphere And Relatively Moist Soil. Mature Mustard Plants Grow Into Shrubs.
Mustard Seeds Can Be Traced To Different Areas Of Europe And Asia With The White Variety Originating In The Eastern Mediterranean Regions, The Brown From The Foothills Of The Himalayan Mountains, And The Black From The Middle East. Mustard Seeds Are Mentioned In Ancient Sanskrit Writings Dating Back About 5,000 Years Ago. They Are Also Mentioned In The New Testament In Which The Kingdom Of Heaven Is Compared To A Grain Of Mustard Seed.
Mustard Seeds Also Qualifies As A Very Good Source Of Omega-3 Fatty Acids As Well As A Good Source Of Iron, Calcium, Zinc, Manganese, Magnesium, Protein, Niacin And Dietary Fiber.