Mung Bean Suppliers

Wholesale Mung Bean Trading & Distribution

We work with mung bean suppliers, traders and producers to help address the growing demand for this popular legume – also known as green gram, maash, moong, and munggo – in markets throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the Americas.

Our Pulses team‘s experience in agricultural commodity trading, transportation, storage and distribution enables us to connect mung bean suppliers to consumers in markets around the world. For more information about our wholesale green mung bean products & services, contact our pulses trading desk today.

 

About This Product

The mung bean is a plant species in the legume family, mainly grown and consumed in East Asia, Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent, where it has been domesticated for over 5,000 years. Mung beans feature prominently in the cuisines of China, Thailand, Japan, Korea, Vietnam and India. In Europe and the Americas, mung bean producers primarily are primarily grown to make bean sprouts.

The mung bean is an annual crop, cultivated mostly during the summer months with an optimal temperature range for growth between 27 °C and 30 °C. It bears a similar appearance to the garden bean.

Product Sustainability

The mung bean is a valuable plant for sustainable agriculture due to its ability to use atmospheric nitrogen, which in turn creates a reduced need for fertilizers. In addition, the short growth cycle of mung beans means they’ll require less water than many other crops.

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has stated that legume crops (like mung beans) help decrease greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) stemming from farming activities.

 

Global Pulse Confederation

Global Pulse Confederation (GPC)

The Global Pulse Confederation (GPC, formerly known as CICILS IPTIC) represents all segments of the pulse industry value chain from growers, researchers, logistics suppliers, traders, exporters and importers to government bodies, multilateral organizations, processors, canners and consumers.

India Pulses and Grains Association

India Pulses and Grains Association (IPGA)

India Pulses and Grains Association (IPGA), is the apex body of India’s pulses and grains industry & trade and its membership encompasses market participants along the value chain. The association has a pan India reach of over 10,000 stake holders involved in the farming, processing, warehousing and import business of Pulses across the entire value chain.

Canadian Special Crops Association

Canadian Special Crops Association (CSCA)

Established in 1987, the Canadian Special Crops Association is a non-profit alliance of over 100 processors, exporters and service providers engaged in the production and trade of Canadian pulses and special crops – including peas, lentils, chickpeas, beans, mustard, canaryseed, sunflower and buckwheat. CSCA members include individuals, partnerships, corporations and other legal entities engaged in the growing, export, merchandising, brokerage and supply of pulses.

Pulse Canada

Pulse Canada

Pulse Canada is the national association representing pulse suppliers & traders, as well as the growers and processors of Canadian pulses including dry peas, beans, lentils and chickpeas. The organization is focused on creating efficiencies through the elemination of pulse trade barriers by ensuring continued market access in key regions, keeping crop protection products available to growers and advocating for the improvement of domestic grain transportation.

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