Its different types are commonly known as Gram or Bengal Gram, Kala Chana, Kabuli Chana, Brown Chana, Garbanzo or Garbanzo Bean or Egyptian Pea. Bengal gram is a byproduct of Chickpeas. It is used as whole (Chole or Split Dal Tadka) and Flour (Besan) for a variety of snack preparations like Khaman, Dhokla, Faafda, Pakoda, etc. and consumed across India. Chickpea seeds are high in Protein and are considered as rich in both soluble and insoluble Fiber.
The varieties of Chickpeas or Chana are separated based on the seed size, color and taste. There are two types of Chickpeas – Bengal Gram, also called Desi Chana, which is produced majorly in India, Iran, Ethiopia and Mexico. The second one is Garbanzo Beans also known as Kabuli or Safed Chana in India.
100g of Chickpea contains Approx.25g of Protein.
ETG Agro Chickpeas available qualities –
1. Bengal Gram
2. Garbanzo Beans (Kabuli Chana)
30kg and 50kg bulk bag sizes
200g, 500g and 1kg consumer pack sizes