CTG-Beans
Bean; meaning a host of different species, dry beans come from both Old World varieties of broad beans (fava beans) and New World varieties (kidney, black, cranberry, pinto, navy/haricot). A high source of Energy, Carbs and Protein making it a nutritional powerhouse. The world leader in production of dry bean is Burma, followed by India and Brazil. In Africa, the most important producer is Tanzania. For all varieties of Beans please contact Commodity Trade Group(CTG) immediately.

Wheat

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Lentils

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