|Shelf Life||1 Year|
|Drying Process||Sun Dried|
|Min. Order Quantity||1 Metric Ton|
India, the world’s largest producer of sesame seeds. India produces a wide range of sesame seed varieties and grades each peculiar to the region where they are grown from white to red to black, with oil content varying from 40 to 50 %. The white and black Indian Sesame seeds are mainly used for direct consumption by its addition in several foods and for exports. The brown Indian Sesame seeds are mainly used for oil extraction. These have oil content of around 45-50 %. The white Indian Sesame seeds have the desirable nutty taste and are used for making sweets, baked foods and confectionaries. The black Indian Sesame seeds are used for seasoning and for fries. Hulled seeds are also used for snack preparation.
Benefit of Sesame Seeds