Kapitan Trading::Suppliers of quality rice, maize, flour, legumes and lentils to South Africa
Kapitan Trading::Suppliers of quality rice, maize, flour, legumes and lentils to South Africa
Kapitan Trading::Suppliers of quality rice, maize, flour, legumes and lentils to South Africa
Kapitan Trading::Suppliers of quality rice, maize, flour, legumes and lentils to South Africa
Lentils, Pulses, Legumes, Beans, Rice & Maize Suppliers

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SUPERIOR CROP SUGAR BEANS
PACKAGING SIZE BARCODE BALE SIZE BALE BARCODE
200gm 6004266000211 20X200gm 16004266000218
    50x200gm 26004266000215
500gm 6004266000228 10x500gm 16004266000225
    20X500gm 26004266000222
    40x500gm 36004266000229
1kg 6004266000235 10x1kg 16004266000232
    20x1kg 26004266000239
2kg 6004266000242 5x2kg 16004266000249
    10x2kg 26004266000246
5kg 6004266000259    
10kg 6004266000266    
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By Kapitan Product Type: Beans | Rice | Lentils | Maize
37 Kruisrivier Road
Uitenhage
South Africa

Tel:  + 27 (0) 41 922 0103
Fax: + 27 (0) 41 922 0595

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Pulses are one of the sources of protein for the diet, other than meat. For vegetarians pulses are a vital part of the diet. For non vegetarians, pulses offer an alternative source of protein without the fat but with a lot of fibre. Also beans and lentils are rich in complex carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.
PROTEIN RICH FOOD SOURCE
'Pulses' are the edible seeds of legumes, such as lentils, beans, peas and chickpeas. Each of these pulse crops come in a wide range of colours and sizes. The name pulse is derived from the Latin puls meaning thick soup or potage.
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