call
CALL US
(+91) 6282635144
Mustard
Mustard

Mustard seed, which is yellowish in colour, is obtained from the mustard plant. It is mainly used as spice. The by-products from the seed are oil and oil cake.

The production and consumption of Mustard seeds in India is rising year by year.

In India, Mustard is mainly grown during October- November as a rabi crop. The flowering period of the plant is during November to February and it is harvested during February to March.

Popular India names for Mustard Seeds are Kadugu in Malayalam and Tamil, Raii in Gujarati, Mohri in Marathi, Aavalu in Telugu. Mustard seed oil is mainly used in preserving pickles.


Mustard seed is mainly used for various cuisines and it is also made into sauce around the world. Mustard sauce is a globally preferred product.

Mustard seed is rich in Vitamin B complex, Vitamin B 3, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin E and Calcium. However large quantity usage will cause gastric irritation, intestinal mucosa etc.

Major Mustard Seed producing states in India are Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, West Bengal, Bihar and Punjab.

Major Mustard seed producing countries are Canada, Nepal, Myanmar, Russia, Ukraine, China, United States, France, Czech Republic and Germany..

Canada, Germany and Kenya are the major Mustard seed exporting countries.

Tanzania, Fiji, Mauritius, United Kingdom Germany, Brazil and Greece are the major Mustard seed importing countries.


Commodity Arrivals Rate
Mustard Oil 1 9000.00
Coconut Oil 2 17350.00
Arecanut 15 24500.00
Sugar 462 3312.00

More

facebook
twitter
google
@ 2016 commodityonline.com. All Rights Reserved