PREM INDUSTRIES Manufacturer's & Exporters of Guar Gum Splits & Traders of Maize, Barley,

Millet, Groundnut & other cereals

Guar Plant
Guar (Cyamopsls tetraonolobus) is an annual plant belonging to the vast family of the Leguminose. The choice of guar as a tropical plant presents a real potential development that springs from its seeds whose average composition is Hydrocolloids 23%, Fats 40% and Proteins 34%........... more>>

Millet Plant
Millet is one of the most nutritious and easily digested of all grains; and it is high in starch, making it a good high-energy food. However, like other grains, it is low in calcium, Vitamins A, C, D, and B12, but high in phosphorus, other B vitamins, and iron which is higher in millet than any other grain with the exception of amaranth and quinoa (not members of the Grass Family). Millet is very rich in amino acids....... more>>

Groundnut Plant
Groundnut, an important cash crop, is an annual legume. Its seeds are a rich source of edible oil (43-55%) and protein (25-28%). About two thirds of world production is crushed for oil and the remaining one third is consumed as food. Its cake is used as feed or for making other food products and haulms provide quality fodder........ more>>

Maize Plant

Maize is one of the world's leading crops cultivated over an area of about 139 million hectares with a production of about 600 million tonnes of grain .Maize is a warm weather plant. It grows from sea level to 3000 metre altitudes. It can be grown under diverse conditions. It is grown in many parts of the country throughout the year. Kharif (monsoon) season is the main growing season in northern India. In the south, however, maize may be sown any time from April to October, as the climate is warm even in the winter......more>>

Barley Plant
Barley (Hordeum vulgare) is an annual cereal grain, which serves as a major animal feed crop, with smaller amounts used for malting and in health food. It is a member of the grass family Poaceae.Barley can be divided by the number of kernel rows in the head. Three forms have been cultivated; two-row barley (traditionally known as Hordeum distichum), four-row (Hordeum tetrastichum) and six-row barley (Hordeum vulgare)........ more>>