HOSDAP International Inc.

Grocery

Grocery
Our Grocery Items

We are engaged in the exporting of high quality Pulses, Oil Seeds, Cereals, Oats, Rice, Wheat and other food products. Known for our supreme grade and qualitative range of food products, the company has established itself as a brand name in the Food and Agricultural Products sector worldwide. The team of procurement agents ensures that only pure, natural and fresh food products.

Rice

We are leading Manufacturer & Exporter of finest quality of Basmati Rice, Non Basmati Rice and Non Pesticides Rice in India. Basmati is a long grained rice, often a few shades darker than white. It’s known for its distinct nutty taste and aroma. When cooked, grains usually elongate to twice their original raw size, and have a soft and fluffy texture when cooked properly. We ship their rice all around the -world and are relabelled into wellknown brands. In Australia there are a few major rice companies but only a few sell basmati. it is the fifth largest rice food exporter in the world, making it a large buyer of rice from India and America. Basmati Rice grade is known worldwide for its long length, excellent cooking qualities, unique aroma, special sweet taste and high nutritional value.

Sugar

We are one of the major suppliers & exporters of Indian. Double refined sugar is made to undergo another level of refining so that it dissolves easily and quickly and gives a smooth texture to the food as well. Sugar like white refined double refined, brown, raw, M-30, 31 processed sugar at domestic and international level. Sugar exporting & supplying is our forte, characterized by large volume trade in domestic sugar market. India, is one of the largest producer, consumers & exporter of Sugar. The product we can also be packed in customized packaging. Double Refined Sugar is produced from superior, high purity raw cane sugar. It’s a two-stage process, first the Raw Sugar is manufactured then it is processed to produce double refined sugar using latest DRP & Ion Exchange technology in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. If you are looking for Double refined sugar import from India, Contact Ohviq company now!

Toor Dal / Arhar dal

The Arhar dal also known as tur , red gram, or gungo peas in Jamaica is a perennial legume from the family Fabaceae. Since its domestication in the Indian subcontinent at least 3,500 years ago, its seeds have become a common food in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. It is consumed on a large scale in South Asia and is a major source of protein for the population of the Indian subcontinent. It is the primary accompaniment to rice or roti (flat bread) and has the status of staple food throughout the length and breadth of India. To ensure that the inherent qualities and the nutritional value of Arhar Dal are never compromised. This gives us all the health benefits that we are looking for. Arhar Dals thus help you maintain your health and keeps you fit. We also emphasize on maintaining the consistency of taste. With our advanced facility,
processing is done without any human interference.

Urad Dal

Urad Dal Mostly grown in the southern regions of South Asia, Urad Dal is extensively used while preparing Indian cuisine. From basic recipes like idly and dosa. Out very own “Langar wali Dal” is everyone’s favourite. No formal dinner is complete without our exotic dal makhani. Loved by kids as well as the elderly- this dal is a wholesome food in itself. The aromatic SouthIndian tempering is incomplete without a dash of Urad dal which turns crunchy on frying. This tempering is drizzled on chutney, rice, sabzis etc.
Urad Dal Benefits are :-
Goodness of protein, iron, molybdenum, and fatty acids
Excellent for people with diabetes
Urad dal is rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, and phosphorus

Moong Dal

Packed with protein and low on carbs, The different type of moong dal (also known as green gram) is one of the most recommended vegetarian superfoods. An integral part of the Indian diet, it is extremely light and easy to digest. Moong dal refers to moong beans that have been skinned and split, so that they’re flat, yellow, and quick-cooking. They’re relatively easy to digest. They can be made into moong bean paste by de-hulling, cooking, and pulverizing the beans to the consistency of a dry paste. The paste is sweetened and is similar in texture to red bean paste though the smell is slightly more bean-like. Moong Dal Benefits are Aids Weight Loss, Improves Heart Health, Rich in Nutrients, Helps Prevent Diabetes, Improves Digestive Health, Boosts Blood Circulation.

Chickpeas / Chana Dals

Chana dal is baby chickpeas that has been split and polished. It looks and tastes like small kernels of sweet corn, and is one of the most popular ingredients in Indian cuisine. Chana dal is a rich source of dietary fibres and contains very less amount of polyunsaturated fats. Chana dal is delicious, nutritious and easily digested. Apart from being used in soups, salads, curries, dal preparations, savouries, sweets and rice dishes, the legumes are also roasted and powdered into chickpea flour (besan), another ingredient that is widely used in almost every province of India. Dried dal can be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dark place of your kitchen for up to 12 months. Once cooked, they can be stored in the refrigerator for a day. It is better to use it up soon.

Fresh Paneer

Paneer is prepared by adding food acid, such as lemon juice, vinegar, citric acid or dahi (yogurt), to hot milk to separate the curds from the whey. The curds are drained in muslin or cheesecloth and the excess water is pressed out. The resulting paneer is dipped in chilled water for 2–3 hours to improve its texture and appearance. From this point, the preparation of paneer diverges based on its use and regional tradition. Paneer is the most common type of cheese used in traditional cuisines from the Indian subcontinent. It is sometimes wrapped in dough and deep-fried or served with either spinach (palak paneer) or peas (mattar paneer). Paneer is used in main dishes as well as desserts and snacks.

Indian Oil

We use Mustard Oil for cooking, Hair Oiling and other purposes. Mustard oil has a strong sinus-irritating aroma, a hot nutty taste, and is the choicest cooking medium in most parts of India. Mustard oil is an important item of our daily food. We cannot cook fish, meat or vegetables without it. The edible oil is produced in the following way. Mustard seeds are collected from market. They are properly cleaned and dried in the sun. The oil makes up about 30% – 34% of the mustard seeds. It can be produced from black mustard though production from brown Indian mustard is mostly undertaken as it yields higher pungency suited to the Indian palate. Since the oil extracted may contain impurities, the oil is meticulously cleaned by means of sedimentation and double filtration. The purified oil is then packaged under careful supervision in a controlled environment in clean and hygienic containers. Each package is sealed and cushion packed into cardboard boxes such that it reaches you in the same condition as it left us. 

Soybean / Tofu Paneer

Soybeans are certainly one of the most important crops grown around the world, contributing protein and oil to the world. In America the soybean is often known as the “golden bean” or “miracle bean”. Soybeans originated in Southeast Asia. Soya are used for food products for humans, as well as animals. Some of the foods include: soy sauce, soy milk, soy yogurt, tempeh, oil, and tofu. Tofu is made from soybean curd. Though today soy is commonly used in food products, it was initially utilized for its nitrogen-fixing abilities in order to counteract rice’s tendency to strip soil of much of its needed nitrogen. The estrogen-like properties of soy known as isoflavones are thought by many to be the reason for soy’s supposed health benefits, and for this reason, we will refer to soy intake in terms of isoflavone milligrams. If you are looking for fresh Tofu and Soybeans import from India, Contact Ohviq company now!

Snacks

A nutritious little midmorning or afternoon munch can provide the fuel top-off you need to stay focused until it’s time to clock out. A good snack is also kind of like a mini-break for your mind and treat for your senses. Generally, an energizing and sustaining snack is going to have some nutritional staying power in the form of protein, fat, and/or fiber. Choose two (or three!) from this list for a more filling combination snack, and mix it up so you get a nice variety of nutrients, flavors, and textures—protein and carbs, salty and sweet, creamy and crunchy—to keep your snack game fresh. Keep them within arm’s reach of your home (or office) workspace, or in the kitchen as an excuse to get up and stretch your legs for a minute. We are provided different type of snacks like branded and non branded, home made(chips, biscuits, namkeen etc.)