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What is lentil
The lentil (Lens culinaris or Lens esculenta) is an edible legume. It is an annual plant known for its lens-shaped seeds. It is about 40 cm (16 in) tall, and the seeds grow in pods, usually with two seeds in each. 
As a food crop, the majority of world production comes from Canada (33%) and India (25%), producing 58% combined of the world total.

In cuisines of the Indian subcontinent, where lentils are a staple, split lentils (often with their hulls removed) known as daal are often cooked into a thick curry/gravy that is usually eaten with rice or rotis.

Name
Many different names in different parts of the world are used for the crop lentil. The first use of the word lens to designate a specific genus was in the 16th century by the botanist Tournefort. The word "lens" for the lentil is of classical Roman/Latin origin: McGee points out that a prominent Roman family took the name "Lentulus", just as the family name "Cicero" was derived from the chickpea, Cicer arietinum, or "Fabia" (as in Quintus Fabius Maximus) from the fava bean (Vicia faba).

Types
Types can be classified according to their size, whether they are split or whole, or shelled or unshelled. Seed coats can range from light green to deep purple, as well as being tan, grey, brown, black or mottled. Shelled lentils show the colour of the cotyledon which can be yellow, orange, red, or green.

Red-cotyledon types:

  • Nipper (Australia)
  • Northfield (Australia)
  • Cobber (Australia)
  • Digger (Australia)
  • Nugget (Australia)
  • Aldinga (Australia)
  • Masoor daal (unshelled lentils with a brown seed coat and an orange-red cotyledon)
  • Petite crimson (shelled Masoor lentils)
  • Red Chief (light tan seed coat and red cotyledon)


Small green/brown-seed coat types:

  • Eston Green
  • Pardina (Spain)
  • Verdina (Spain)


Medium green/brown-seed coat types:

  • Avondale (USA)
  • Matilda (Australia)
  • Richlea


Large green/brown-seed coat types:

  • Boomer (Australia)
  • Brewer's: a large brown lentil which is often considered the "regular" lentil in the United States
  • Castellana (Spanish)
  • Laird: the commercial standard for large green lentils in western Canada
  • Mason
  • Merrit
  • Mosa (Spain)
  • Naslada (Bulgaria)
  • Pennell (USA)
  • Riveland (USA)


Other types:

  • Beluga: black, bead-like, lens-shaped, almost spherical, named for resemblance to beluga caviar. Called Indianhead in Canada.
  • Macachiados: big yellow Mexican lentils
  • Puy lentils (var. puyensis): Small dark speckled blue-green lentil from France with a Protected Designation of Origin name
  • Alb-Leisa three traditional genotypes of lentils native to the Swabian Jura (Alps) in Germany and protected by the producers' association Öko-Erzeugergemeinschaft Alb-Leisa (engl. "Eco-producer association Alb-Leisa")


Production
In 2020, global production of lentils was 6.5 million tonnes, led by Canada with 45% and India with 18% of the world total. Saskatchewan is the most productive growing region in Canada, producing 95% of the national total. In India, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh are largest producers, both producing more than 70% of the total. Other major producers include West Bengal and Bihar.

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The prices listed on the website are approximate prices.
If you want to order selected products wholesale, get to know the current wholesale and retail prices, current availability, technical specification of the product and you want to negotiate with us the terms of purchase and delivery, write to us: contact@pbbulk.com
We are a company registered in the EU, we provide EU VAT invoices.
Shipment of goods in a package up to 30 kg - DHL / DPD / FedEx / UPS, 100% prepayment, shipping after receiving the payment.
Shipment of goods on a pallet - conditions to be negotiated together.

Private label & Contract production

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