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Canadian Green Lentils

Canadian Split Red Lentils

Persian Rice

Indian Rice

Whole Green Canadian Lentils

Most lentil varieties grown in Canada have green seed coats and yellow cotyledons (seed leaves). Canada Green lentils are divided into three market classes: 

Large Green(Laird) 
Medium Green(Richlea)
Small Green(Eston)

Canadian Split Red Lentils

Lentils are designated into two classes, Red Lentils and Lentils other than red. The method of determining the class of a lentil is by seed coat color. 
Canada Split red lentil, also known as Masoor Dal, are made from splitting the whole red lentil.
The skin is removed and the remaining reddish-orange seed is then split into two halves resulting in a product that is faster cooking.

Persian Domsiah Rice

Persian Domsiah is an Iranian variety of rice. It is a long grain rice, which is cultivated mainly in the Gilan province of Iran.
Domsiah is especially valued for its aroma, which is more expressed than other Basmati-type of rices, and for its ability to end up as a fluffy, flaky and very light but tasty substance as basis for other ingredients of a meal.

1121 Indian Basmati Rice

Basmati is a variety of long, slender-grained aromatic rice which is traditionally from the Indian subcontinent. India's total Basmati production for the July 2011–June 2012 crop year was 5 million tonnes.

In India, Haryana is the major basmati rice cultivating state, producing more than 60 percent of the total basmati rice produced in India.