Food Commodities

canola leaf

Food Commodities

leaf of canola

The ingredients you might need for preparing food depend on the origin of the specific recipe. Use our product catalogue as a simple guide to particularly help you create your own beginner’s pantry. In addition, the pictures will help decrypt some of the food commodities named in your cookbooks.

We supply globally to our customers.

CEREALS

Cereals are the grains/seeds of grass. They are harvested in order to acquire the greatest bounty of their fruits (seeds). They consist of endosperm, germ, and bran. Essential food commodities cereals include barley, rye, millets, wheat, rice, maize, oat, and sorghum. We follow threefold steps in essence to ensure quality. Firstly, we form partnerships with primary processors who collect grains directly from the contact growers/farmers. Secondly, we ensure all grains are processed, cleaned, and graded in highly automated industries in Canada, Argentina, and Brazil. Lastly, we perform quality checks to ensure that the product safety and quality standards of the cereals are maintained.

Types of Cereals we sell

Whole wheat grains

Wheat

Whole grains are filled with nutrition such as proteins, Vitamin B group, trace elements (copper, iron, zinc, and magnesium), and antioxidants. A diet abundant in whole wheat has been shown to mitigate the risk of cardiovascular diseases. For instance: obesity, type 2 diabetes, and some kinds of cancer. Varieties Available: Durum, Hard Red Spring, Soft White, Hard White Spring, Red and White Winter.

Barley

Barley

Conventional barley bundles a great nutrition punch. Therefore, it is also a good source of dietary fibre, magnesium, niacin, selenium, and Vitamin B1. The water and milk of barley have long been the traditional healers for a host of diseases. Varieties Available:


Pearled and Pot, Hulless, Malt.

Oats

Oats

Oats are indeed a gluten-free whole grain. They are a treasure chest vitamins, minerals, fibres and antioxidants. Oatmeal and oats have multiple physical benefits. These include as losing weight, reducing blood sugar levels and minimising the risk of heart failure. In conclusion, oats are one of the healthiest grains on the planet.Varieties Available: Milled, Pony Oats, Oat Groats, Oat Flakes, Steel Cut Oats, Hulless

PULSES

In an effort to bridge the gap between suppliers and consumers, we ship and export a wide variety of pulses globally . We procure our pulses from primary processors. Our processors collect them directly from a wide range of quality-assured contact growers and farmers. We are involved in the export and shipment of food commodities to a plethora of international markets at highly favourable rates. Canada remains our key sourcing market. Here, we collaborate with primary processors that use the latest state-of-the-art technology. We also source pulses from Turkey and Australia, among other countries.

Types of Pulses we sell

Lentils

Lentils

Considered the gold standard of lentils, these tiny, red or deep olive green and black speckled lentils add a thrilling accent to every dish. Conveniently seasoned, they bring an earthy, zesty taste that complements rich sauces and stocks. Varieties Available: Red and Green (Robin and Crimson type). We supply Whole, Football type & Split lentils.

Peas

PEAS

Like all other legumes, peas have a high nutritious value. They are are high in fibre and have a low glycemic content, making them incredibly healthy. Varieties Available: Yellow peas and Green peas. We supply Whole and Split Peas.

Chickpeas

Chickpeas

Chickpeas typically contain polyunsaturated fats. They reduce the amount of bad cholesterol (LDL) in the blood. Kabuli Chana is a fantastic source of protein and fiber. It's a wonderful source of phosphorus, insoluble and soluble dietary fibers, iron, folate, that helps avoid gastrointestinal problems. Varieties Available: Kabuli and Desi

Beans

Beans

Beans are a very strong source of fiber. Fiber keeps you healthy and protects you from cardiovascular disease, elevated cholesterol, hypertension, and gastrointestinal issues. Navy beans are around 19 grams of fiber/cup. Add some broccoli, onions, smoked turkey, and carrots to make a creamy soup. Varieties Available: Black Beans and Pinto Beans

OILSEEDS

Oilseeds are highly valuable food commodities used in processed edible oil products. As a result of the growing world population, the market demand for high-quality oilseeds continues to expand. Oilseeds can be utilized for direct use, oil drilling, animal feed protein and other foodstuffs. HST Ltd. is a multinational organization engaged in the sourcing and selling of a wide variety of high-value agricultural products, building materials and other household items worldwide.

Types of Oilseeds we sell

Mustard seeds

MUSTARDS

Canada produces 3 styles of mustard seeds which are oriental, black and brown. HST Inc. ships Brown, Oriental and Yellow Mustard Seeds of the highest quality. Lastly, HST Inc. provides reliable sourcing of this product. Varieties Available: Yellow, Brown, and Oriental.

Canola Grain

Canola

Canola has been one of the world's most popular oilseeds and one of Canada's leading crops in just a few decades. The Canola meal is made from the solid sections of canola seed, and is an excellent protein source for dairy herds, livestock, poultry, and fish. Varieties Available: GMO & Non - GMO

Flaxseed

Flax

Flaxseed also stands out among all other whole grains because of its fiber mixture. However, instead of having huge quantities of one form of fiber, flax seed contains a high amount of both insoluble and soluble fiber varieties. Varieties Available: (Brown and Yellow) - Whole Seeds, Milled, Meal, Oil

Soyabean

Soya Beans

Soyabeans are a kind of legume cultivated for their edible bean. Soyabeans are high in protein. It can be used to produce tofu, soymilk, and a variety of dairy and meat substitutes. They are also used to make fermented foods such as miso and tempeh. It is the world's most prevalent bean in terms of economic importance, supplying vegetable protein to millions of people and finally, ingredients for hundreds of chemical products.

Hemp

HEMP

Why should you incorporate hemp into the formulations of your products? It's easy: fiber, protein, omega, and finally, a wonderful nutty flavour. Hemp is a dietary powerhouse comprising all 9 necessary amino acids, making it a complete plant-based protein. In conclusion, Hemp has more protein per gram than eggs, cheese, beef, chicken, or almonds. Varieties Available: Meal, Whole Seeds, and Oil

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