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OILSEED

The term "vegetable oil" can be narrowly defined as referring only to substances that are liquid at room temperature, or broadly defined without regard to a substance's state of matter at a given temperature. Vegetable oils are composed of triglycerides, as contrasted with waxes which lack glycerin in their structure. Although many plant parts may yield oil, in commercial practice, oil is extracted primarily from seeds.

 Hulled Sesame Seed

Hulled sesame seeds are considered as the most nutritious seeds because of its proteins and valuable minerals. The husk hull (skin) of these seeds are removed hence are called as hulled sesame seeds. Prior to hulling process, these sesame seeds are thoroughly cleaned. Hulled sesame seeds are relatively softer and delicious as compared to natural sesame seeds.

     

 Natural Sesame Seed

sesame Seeds is a powerhouse of organic minerals, especially calcium, and is an alkaline food that supports bone and general health. Sesame seeds are full of calcium, magnesium, copper, vitamin B1, zinc and dietary fiber. They offer the most nutritional value when the entire seed is used (un-hulled).

      

 Black Sesame Seed

Black sesame seeds are small, flat seeds, dark in color, that are used in cooking or for their medicinal properties. The use of sesame seeds and sesame oil dates back thousands of years. An Assyrian tale speaks of gods who drank sesame wine before creating the earth. Black sesame seeds are high in many minerals including calcium and iron and are also used to promote regular bowel movements. They have a sweet and nutty flavor.

      

 Brown Sesame Seed

Natural Brown Sesame Seeds not only offer a rustic look when sprinkled on top of breads, rolls, and buns, but they add a distinctive flavor as well. Sesame seeds are also a good source of fiber. Prime season for sesame seeds is between September and April when the new crops are harvested. A cologne is made from sesame flowers. The oilcakes left after pressing sesame oil are rich in protein and are used as cattle feed and as a subsistence food.

      

 Black Mustard

Black mustard is an annual plant, grows up to 2 meters in height. It has a branching, angular stem with large, alternate leaves. The upper leaves are smaller and broadly elliptic,, the lower ones are broader, pinnately lobed and obovate. Yellow flowers are produced on the upper stems. The blooming period occurs during the summer, and lasts about 1-2 months.Black mustard is an appetizer, digestive, diuretic, emetic, irritant and stimulant.

      

 Safflower Seed

Safflower is a plant. The flower and oil from the seeds are used as medicine. Safflower seeds used for oil production may be either cold pressed, expeller pressed or solvent extracted .The by-product, safflower meal, is mostly used as a protein ingredient for animal feeding. Dehulling improves crushing efficiency, but the hardness of the seed coat and the extreme softness of the kernel make the operation costly and only economically viable if there is a market for hulls

      

 Sunflower Seed

Sunflower seeds are more commonly eaten as a healthy snack than as part of a meal. They can also be used as garnishes or ingredients in various recipes. The seeds may be sold as in-shell seeds or dehulled kernels. The seeds can also be sprouted and eaten in salads. When in-shell seeds are processed, they are first dried. Afterwards, they may also be roasted or dusted with salt or flour for preservation of flavor. Dehulling is commonly performed by cracking the hull with one's teeth and spitting it out while keeping the kernel in the mouth and eating it.

      

 Groundnut

The groundnut belongs to the pea and bean family and is a legume. The groundnut is the only nut that grows below the earth. The groundnut plant is a variable annual herb, which grows upto 50 cm. in height. The flowers of the plant develop a stalk which enters into the soil, forms a pod containing generally two seeds. They become mature in about two months, when the leaves of the plant turn yellow. The plant is then removed from the earth and allowed to dry. After three to six weeks they are separated from the plant.

      

 Soya Bean

Soybeans contain both meal and oil. Soybean meal is highlights examples of recent market successes and currently the more valuable component obtained from pro- ongoing research projects. cessing soybeans, although this can change when relative prices of commodities change. Over 90 percent of soybean Soy-Based Composites Are on the Market meal is used as a high-protein ingredient in livestock feed.

      

 Yellow Mustard

The major market for yellow mustard is the North American condiment industry where uses include traditional hot dog mustard, mayonnaise and salad dressings. Yellow mustard is also a water-binding agent and protein extener in prepared meats.

      

Name Of Product

Rape Seed/ Black Mustard

Hulled Sesame Seed

Safflower Seed (Kardi)

Roasted Sesame Seed

Sunflower Seed / Kernal

Toasted Sesame Seed

Natural Sesame Seed

Brown Sesame Seed

Black Sesame Seed

Soyabean