Indian Pulses Exporters

Today India is one of the leading exporters of different agricultural products. Over the past few years, there has been seen an expanding growth in the field of pulses Fortune agro is one of the most suggested pulses exporters in India. We export various kinds of pulses that include soybean, chickpeas, peas, and many more varieties.

We always make sure that our delivery reaches in the given time and that too with safety measures. We have connections throughout the globe which makes it easier the export pulses. We always believe in clarity of services and are happy to serve people and help them regarding any queries related to the delivery process. We want that our pulses should reach every corner of the world. So for the export of pulses just have faith in fortune Agro we are the best choice for you.


Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) also called garbanzo bean or Bengal gram, annual plant of the pea family (Fabaceae), widely grown for its nutritious seeds. Chickpeasare an important food plant in India. High in protein and is an excellent source for vegetarians in replacement to meat. It is also, a rich source of vitamin, minerals and fiber. They also have many health benefits such as improves digestion, weight management.


Peas are small, round vegetables. They are high in protein and full of vitamins. Peas are among the oldest plants grown in the world. They belong to the family of plants called legumes. They are an excellent source of protein, fiber and antioxidants. Its low in calories and high in nutritional value. Good for digestive as well as heart health.

Kidney beans

Kidney beans are an excellent plant-based source of protein. They’re also rich in various minerals, vitamins, fibers, antioxidants, and other unique plant compounds. Therefore, these beans may aid weight loss, promote colon health, and moderate blood sugar levels.

Soya bean

Soybean(Glycine max) also called soja bean or soya bean, annual legume of the pea family (Fabaceae) and its edible seed. The soybean is economically the most important bean in the world, providing vegetable protein for millions of people and ingredients for hundreds of chemical products. It has the highest protein content. It comes with so many health benefits which includes weight gain, improves metabolism, protect heart health and reduce the effects of menopause. They help in promoting bone health, decreases the risk of diabetes and improves circulation.

Pigeon pea/Arhar/Tur-

The pigeon pea (cajanus cajan) is a perennial legume from the family fabaceae native to the old world. The pigeon pea is widely cultivated in tropical and semitropical regions around the world. Rich in protein, vitamins, and iron. Excellent source of nutrients. It’s not only delicious but also has nutritional value. Served with chapati and rice in India.

Black eyed beans/cowpea

Black-eyed peas are incredibly nutrient-dense, packing plenty of fiber and protein into each serving. They’re also a good source of several important micronutrients, including folate, copper, thiamine, and iron. It’s very healthy and tasty. Loaded with various nutrients. Rich in fiber, iron, potassium and low in calories and fat.

Horse gram

Horse gram is an important crop of south India. Its grain is used for human consumption as ‘dal’ as well as in preparation of so called ‘rasam’ and also as a concentrated feed for cattle. It may also be used as green manure. It’s a reddish oval shaped, flattened and glossy skinned lentil. It is used in variety of south Indian dishes. It’s a storehouse of protein, folic acid, minerals and vitamin.

Masoor dal/Red lentil

Masoor dal (Lens culinaris), also called red lentil, is a staple food in every Indian household. It is widely cultivated in warm, tropical and temperate zones for its edible and nutritious seeds. In addition, it is an important source of protein for the vegetarian population in developing countries. It’s one of the well-known Indian lentils. Rich in fiber which helps in lowering cholesterol levels and contains potassium which helps in lowering high blood pressure. It is used on skin as it helps in removing impurities and makes skin glow. It also boosts immune power.

Green gram/ Mung bean

The green gram is a small, round olive green bean with a sweet flavor and soft texture. The mung or moong bean is the seed of Vigna radiata, belonging to the Indian subcontinent. These are commonly used in South-Asian cuisine. They are yellow in color once the skins are removed. It is one of the light meals to digest. It can be given to people who are fitness freak. Rich in protein and fiber. Contains Antioxidants which helps in proper functioning of the body.

Black gram

Peas are small, round vegetables. They are high in protein and full of vitamins. Peas are among the oldest plants grown in the world. They belong to the family of plants called legumes. They are an excellent source of protein, fiber and antioxidants. Its low in calories and high in nutritional value. Good for digestive as well as heart health.

Kidney beans

The pulse ‘Black gram’ plays an important role in Indian diet, as it contains vegetable protein and supplement to cereal based diet. It contains about 26% protein, which is almost three times that of cereals and other minerals and vitamins. Besides, it is also used as nutritive fodder, specially for milch animals. One of the famous lentil used in southern part of Asia, especially in Indian cuisine. High in iron which gives energy to the body and keeps you active. It is a powerful source of nutrition.

Chana Dal

It is very commonly used in Indian households. It has many health benefits which includes lowering cholesterol levels and also helps in weight loss. Very nutritious Abd full of protein.

Beaten Rice/Poha

It is also known as poha and is a famous Indian breakfast recipe. It is made from beaten rice and contains essential nutrients. Can be eaten by those who are on diet.

Field beans

It can be soaked well and is used to make usal, dal, rice, soups, beans curry, snacks etc. you can enjoy a variety of dishes from these beans.

Urad dal split

It is a healthy and balanced food. Rich in protein and fiber and low in carbs. Used in making dal tadka, dal fry, Sambhar and other dal preparations.

Urad dal gota

It is commonly used in Indian kitchen. Easy to cook and is used in making dosa, vada and idli batter. It is also used to make chutneys and dessert as well.

Turkish gram/moth bean

These are small brown colored beans and are loaded with vitamins, minerals and protein. Its a must have in Maharashtrian cuisine in the dishes like missal pav and usal.

Whole masoor

It has immeasurable benefits. It can fulfill the nutritional and dietary requirements of an entire meal. It has a reddish orange color in dried form but turn yellow when cooked. It is used as a base for curries such as sambhar, dal etc.

Moong Dal

Moong dal is a nutrient-rich food. It is enriched with minerals like potassium, magnesium, iron, and copper. In addition to this, it also contains folate, fibre, and vitamin B6. Rich in B-complex vitamins, this yellow dal helps break down carbohydrates into glucose and produce usable energy for your body.