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Chilli

Pakistan is one of the major red chilli pepper importing countries in the world. There are many varieties of red chilli pepper grown across the country. Each of these varieties differs from each other in pungency and color. The naga jolokia and the birds eye chillies are among the hottest chillies in the world and the bydagi chillies are known for their bright red color. Please refer to the pungency and color value chart for comparison of the different varieties of red chilli peppers.

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Dry Coconut

Raheel Impex is one of the topmost fresh coconut importers in Pakistan. We supply fresh, semi-husked coconuts. Our semi-husked coconuts can be easily broken and are enriched with coconut water. The coconuts are fully mature and light brown in colour. While packing the coconuts, we make sure that the fresh coconuts remain intact.

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Popcorn

Eating popcorn is one of the healthiest snacking habits. Replete with the richness of wholesome ingredients, popcorns fill you with fibre and contain more antioxidants than fruits and vegetables.

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Coriander Seeds

Coriander is an important seed spice crop having a prime position in flavouring food. Fruit/seed has delicate fragrance. The seeds are pale white to light brown in colour also locally known as Dhana. The seeds are widely used as condiments with or without roasting in the preparation of curry powders, sausages and seasonings.

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Peanuts

We import various varieties including bold peanuts, java peanuts, blanched bold peanuts, blanched java peanuts, peanuts in shell bold, peanuts splits and peanuts shell java. Peanuts are popularly used in Pakistan, Western and Eastern cooking. They impart a nutty aroma to the food and enhance flavours.

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Cumin Seeds

Cumin is the dried, white fruit/seed with greyish brown colour of a small slender annual herb. In Hindi it is known as Jeera or Jira. The aromatic seed like fruit is mildly bitter and has a warm flavour. It is used as a condiment, and is an ingredient in curry powders, seasonings of breads, cakes and cheese. Cumin seed oil is used in perfumery and for flavouring liqueurs and cordials.

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Roasted Gram

Roasted Gram are typically eaten as a snack in Pakistan. The nutritional data proves chana to be an amazing source of minerals and fatty acids.

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Bay Leaf

Tejpatta (Cinnamomum tamala ) is a small to moderately sized ever green tree. The leaves of this tree is the spice having clove like taste and a faintly pepper like odour. The leaves are mainly used for flavouring food.

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Chickpeas

Chickpeas, also called gram or Bengal gram, annual plant of the pea family (Fabaceae) is a rich source of protein, carbohydrates and minerals. The chickpea is important in Pakistan, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. We offer two types of chickpeas; the white-seeded "Kabuli" and the brown coloured "Desi".

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Tamarind

Tamarind is extensively found in Pakistan. De-fiberred and seedless ripe fruit of tamarind tree is used as a condiment. Tamarind pulp is also used in numerous culinary preparations. Best quality processed tamarind (de-fiberred and de-seeded) supplied in bulk quantity.

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Kalonji

The kalonji, or Nigella seeds, is an interesting spice – when used for tempering, it adds a beautiful aroma to the dishes, and a hint of flavour that you can’t quite nail. In Pakistan, dry roasted kalonji is used for flavouring curries, dal, stir-fried vegetables, and even savouries such as samosa, papdis and kachoriamong others. Flavour and aroma aside, the tiny black seed comes with a whole lot of health benefits. It’s loaded with trace elements, vitamins, crystalline nigellone, amino acids, saponin, crude fiber, proteins and fatty acids like linolenic and oleic acids, volatile oils, alkaloids, iron, sodium, potassium and calcium. It keeps your heart healthy, addresses breathing problem, lubricates your joints, and is known to have anti-carcinogenic properties.

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Fennel

Fennel is a biennial aromatic plant belongs to family Apiaceae. The ripe fruit (seed) is commercial part having agreeable aroma. In Hindi it is known as Saunf or Sonp. Dried seeds have fragrant odour and pleasant aromatic taste and therefore used as a masticatory. They are also used for flavouring soups, meat dishes, sauces, pastries, confectionaries and liquors.

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