Frozen Green Peas

The company supplies bulk quantities of only high quality individually quick frozen (IQF) peas which are harvested at the right maturity level. Our team of high level professionals impose the industry's highest quality standards and ensure that only supreme quality frozen green peas are supplied. Select the package that is right for your needs.

Standard packs

30 kg 5 kg 1 kg 500 gm 200 gm

Our standard packs are 30 kg (loose/bulk), 5 kg, 1 kg, 500 grams, 200 grams.

  • Packings can also be provided as per buyer's need.
  • We can also provide the facility of packing in your own brand with a nominal actual labour cost.
  • All the above packings shall be available in standard 30 kg HDPE bags.
  • We can also supply combination of above packings as per the order.
  • Frozen peas are natural and contain no preservative or additives.

Shelf-life: 12 months from the date of manufacturing(if kept at -18°C or below).

We sell ex-factory Rajpura, Punjab (225 kms north-west to Delhi and very near to Shambhu barrier - Rajpura is first city and gateway of Punjab). Our loading point is just 15 kms from Ambala (Haryana) on National Highway (NH-1) (G.T. Road) towards Rajpura.

Peas' sugars turn into starch as soon as they are picked. After 24 hours, those sweet little green gems can be grainy and dull-tasting. Frozen peas, on the other hand, are picked and frozen at the peak of ripeness, halting the process of sugars turning to starch, so frozen peas are much better and will have the sweet taste you're looking for even after several months without any addition of preservatives! Plus, you don't have to do any podding! [1] [2]

Fresh peas with pods have approximately 35% to 40% recovery i.e. for every 1 kg of pea pod you buy you will get only about 350 to 400 grams of peas so buying 1 kg of frozen peas is equivalent to buying 2.5 kg of peas with pods. This means that the cost and effort of using frozen peas is very less! [2]

As long ago as 1959, sales of frozen peas in Britain overtook sales of pods, despite the fact that very few households owned a freezer at this point. [2]

In India, still only about 10% of the peas consumption is of frozen peas and 90% of peas are consumed fresh. This is primarily due to unawareness in Indian consumers that frozen peas are as healthy, nutritious and sweet as freshly picked peas. Also they are much cheaper than peas with pods during off-season and don't require any podding.

Contact person:
Arun Bansal
P: +91-9316861087

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