THAILAND LARGEST EXPORTERS OF AGRO PRODUCTS

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  • Nonpareil: The premium snack nut with the widest range of uses among the marketing categories, Nonpareils are readily blanched and cut for processed forms. A thin outer shell and smooth kernel allow for fewer chips and scratches during processing. As a result, Nonpareils are used anywhere an attractive appearance is needed.

    Carmel: Actually a member of the California type varieties, the Carmel has become popular enough to warrant its own classification. A softshell variety, Carmel almonds are often used for blanching and roasting. They are uniform in shape and color often used as a substitute for Nonpareil.

    California Group: This classification includes a number of varieties, all of which are blanchable, and used primarily in manufactured products. Shells are of medium thickness, and their skins are normally darker than the Nonpareil. The California variety is quite adaptable and well suited for nearly any process or application. Shape and color may vary.

    Mission: Mission variety almonds have a thick, stout shell and wrinkled kernel. The skin of a Mission almond has a deep brownish hue. The Mission is unsuitable for blanching but its robust flavor and skin texture make it an ideal choice for roasting and to hold seasonings.

  • Apricot is a moderate, light, or strong orange to strong orange yellow colored edible fruit of the Prunus armeniaca – a deciduous Asian tree, which have alternate leaves and clusters of usually white flowers. The fleshy fruit encloses a hard nut surrounding a droplet-shaped, reddish-brown seed or pit. Its’ size ranges from small (about 25–30 g per fruit) to large (100–130 g).

    Their flavor is almost musky, with a faint tartness that is more pronounced when the fruit is dried. Some people think of the flavor as being somewhere between a peach and a plum, fruits to which they’re closely related.

  • DON THAI TRADING is one of the prime sources for Betel Nut / Areca Nut from Thailand. We source and procure good quality Betel Nut from reliable vendors and farmers strengthened by a strong sourcing network which ensures timely delivery across the nation.

  • It is a large tree, reaching 30–45 metres (100–150 ft) tall and 1–2 metres (3–6.5 ft) trunk diameter, among the largest of trees in the Thailand.
    It may live for 500 years or more, and according to some authorities often reaches an age of 1,000 years. The stem is straight and commonly unbranched for well over half the tree’s height, with a large emergent crown of long branches above the surrounding canopy of other trees.
    The bark is grayish and smooth. The leaves are dry-season deciduous, alternate, simple, entire or crenate, oblong, 20–35 centimetre long and 10–15 centimetres broad. The flowers are small, greenish-white, in panicles 5–10 centimetres long; each flower has a two-parted, deciduous calyx, six unequal cream-colored petals, and numerous stamens united into a broad, hood-shaped mass.

  • The offered cashew nuts are known for their freshness and nutritional value. They are also available in various grades such as white whole grade and scorched whole grade (slightly darkened kernels while roasting). Our cashew nuts are highly acknowledged for their rich protein content and are extensively used in various cuisines. The cashew nuts we supply are completely free from infestation, insect damage and rancidity. We pack the nuts in vacuum packed tins.We export fine quality Cashew Nuts in the global market that are known for their freshness and nutritional value.

    We bring forth the nutritious quality of Cashew Nuts. Our company is considered as a reliable Cashew Nuts Supplier and Exporter in Thailand &abroad. We make sure that the Cashew Nuts that we supply are delivered in properly packaged food-grade material, so that their quality is retained forever. Clients can avail different varieties of Cashew Nuts from us at very reasonable prices.

  • Our Premium range of chestnuts, available in our trademark pink packaging are the result of careful selection of only the best varieties available.In particular, the Premium Range of chestnuts have been chosen for their superior flavour and ease of peeling. Many of the varieties in our premium range are exclusive to Premium Chestnuts Thailand.

  • Chickpeas is a good source of zinc, folate and protein. They are also very high in dietary fibre and thus are a healthy food source, especially as a source of carbohydrates for people with insulin sensitivity or diabetes. They are low in fat, and most of the fat content is polyunsaturated. It is known in names such as Bengal Gram, Dalia, Kabuli Chana predominantly.

    One hundred grams of mature boiled grams contains 164 calories, 2.6 grams of fat (of which only 0.27 gram is saturated), 7.6 grams of dietary fiber, and 8.9 grams of protein.

    Nutrition Facts on Chickpeas

    • Chickpeas is a significant source of calcium (190 mg/100 g). Some sources quote it as equal to yogurt and close to milk
    • The fibre in chickpeas helps to decrease blood cholesterol levels.
    • Consumption of chickpeas may help preventing diabetes.
    • Chickpeas are a very good source of folic acid, fiber, and manganese

    We do provide Roasted Chickpeas or Fried Gram whole as well.

  • Hazelnut is also called filbert. It is the edible nut of a hazel, having a hard smooth brown shell. These nuts grow in bunch on the tree in temperate zones around the world. The fuzzy outer husk opens as the nut ripens, revealing a hard, smooth shell.

    Hazel nut is cultivated in orchards in Europe, Turkey, Iran and Caucasus. In fact, the name “hazelnut” applies to the nuts of any of the species of the genus Corylus. This hazelnut or cobnut, the kernel of the seed, is edible and used raw or roasted, or ground into a paste. The seed has a thin, dark brown skin which has a bitter flavor and is sometimes removed before cooking.

    • In appearance; creamy, light golden kernels
    • In texture; firm and crunchy
    • Intact (for whole kernels only); however, slight superficial damage is not considered as a defect
    • Sound; produce affected by rotting or deterioration such as to make it unfit for human consumption is excluded.
    • Clean; practically free of any visible foreign matter.
    • Whole kernels are sufficiently developed; no shrunken or shrivelled kernels which are extremely flat and wrinkled, or with dehydrated, dried out or tough portions affecting more than 25 per cent of the kernel (per kernel).
    • Free from blemishes, areas of discolouration or spread stains in pronounced contrast with the rest of the kernel/pieces.  For whole kernels this should not affect in aggregate more than 25 per cent of the kernel (per kernel).
    • Well formed.
    • Free from living pests, whatever stage of development.
    • Free from damage caused by pests, including the presence of dead insects and/or mites, their debris or excreta.
    • Free from mould filaments visible to the naked eye.
    • Free from rancidity
    • Free from abnormal external moisture
    • Free of foreign smell and/or taste.
  • We export 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 Thailand, Western and Eastern cooking. They impart a nutty aroma to the food and enhance flavours.

    We also supply raw as well as salted peanuts as per the requirement of our clients. The peanuts are dark pink in colour and are used in the oil manufacturing industry, medical industry and food industry. We supply both kind of groundnut with running type of count.

    The peanut varieties we export are
    • Bold peanuts
    • Java peanuts
    • Blanched Bold peanuts
    • Blanched Java peanuts
    • Peanuts in shell Bold
    • Peanuts in shell Java
    • Peanuts splits
  • Pecan is a smooth, thin-shelled oval nut of a commercially important deciduous tree – Carya illinoinensis – native to central and southern United States. It is a member of the hickory family. The nut’s smooth, tan shell averages about 1 inch in length and, though hard, is relatively thin. The buttery-rich kernel is golden-brown on the outside and beige inside. Chopped or halved shelled pecans are available year-round in cellophane packages, cans and jars. Though unshelled pecans are also available throughout the year, their peak season is during the autumn months.

    Pecans contain different forms of vitamin E, which protects blood lipids from oxidation. Oxidation of lipids in the body – a process akin to rusting – is detrimental to health. When the “bad” (LDL) cholesterol becomes oxidized, it is more likely to build up and result in clogged arteries. Thus just adding just a handful of pecans to one’s diet each day may help inhibit unwanted oxidation of blood lipids, thus helping prevent coronary heart disease.

    Pecans can aid in weight loss and maintenance. According to this study/research peacan consumption may increase metabolic rates and enhance satiety. When used in conjunction with a healthy low-fat

  • Pine Nuts are the edible seeds of certain pines, such as the pinon. The seeds vary in size – are found enclosed in the cone which take 3 to 4 years to mature. The seed are cylindrical in shape and can be up to 2,5 cm in length. One tree can bear about 25 cones, each producing about 100 seeds.The two main kinds are the triangular Chinese pine and the slender Italian Pine nuts.

    Pine nut oil extracted from the edible seeds of several species of pine, has a delicate, nutty taste and is used as a flavoring agent. The oil’s rich flavor makes it a good choice for marinades, for use on vegetables, or in salad dressings. Since pine nut oil has a relatively low smoke point, it is therefore not generally used during cooking.