Moong Dal

Moong dal, also known as mung bean dal or split green gram, is a popular pulse in Indian cuisine. Here's a simplified breakdown of its contents:

  1. Protein: Moong dal is a good source of plant-based protein, making it valuable for vegetarians and vegans.
  2. Carbohydrates: It contains carbohydrates, providing energy for the body.
  3. Dietary Fiber: Moong dal is high in dietary fiber, including both soluble and insoluble fiber. This fiber aids digestion, promotes satiety, and helps regulate blood sugar levels.
  4. Vitamins: It provides various vitamins, particularly B vitamins such as folate (B9), thiamine (B1), niacin (B3), and vitamin B6. These vitamins are essential for metabolism, energy production, and nervous system function.
  5. Minerals: Moong dal is rich in minerals like iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc, crucial for bone health, muscle function, and immune support.
  6. Antioxidants: It contains antioxidants such as flavonoids and phenolic compounds, which help protect the body from oxidative stress and inflammation.
  7. Low in Fat: Moong dal is naturally low in fat, particularly saturated fat and cholesterol.
  8. Calories: It provides moderate calories, offering sustenance without contributing excessive caloric intake.

Moong dal is used in various dishes such as dal tadka, khichdi, soups, and salads, providing both nutritional value and flavor to meals.


Available in exciting packs.

  • 500 Gram
  • 1Kg
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Nutritional information (Approx value per 100 gm of product)
Energy390 Kcal Sugar0 g
Fat1 g Iron6 mg
Vitamin – A0 mcg Total carbohydrate88 g
Protein7 g Calcium22 mg
Vitamin – C1 mg

Pure & Fresh

Fresh from the farm to your plate

Weight Management

Very light yet fulling.

Blood Sugar & fresh

Helps maintain blood sugar levels.