Sesame Seeds (Hulled)

Hulled sesame seeds are what remain after the removal of outer skin or husk of the natural seeds. We are one of leading processors and exporter of hulled sesame seeds. The process involves mechanically separating and drying the de-husked seed in a plant. After removal of the skin, the seeds look almost white in color. Hulled seeds are softer, delicious and nutritious compared to natural seeds, as what remains after removal of skin is the pure product, absent of any micro foreign particles, germs and impurities accumulated on the skin during the stages of harvesting, storing and handling.

We carry out hulling process in the most hygienic and controlled conditions in the most modern mechanical plant and use different machines to sort, clean, hull and dry the seeds.

Our Hulled Sesame Seeds Product Range

  • Mechanically hulled and dried color Sortex premium quality with purity 99.97 to 99.98%
  • Mechanically hulled and dried color Sortex premium quality with purity 99.95%
  • Mechanically hulled and dried non-Sortex with purity 99.90%

We guarantee the following specifications in Hulled Sesame Seeds.

Specifications Varieties / Grades
Auto Dried Primium QLT With Salmoniya Loadubg Port Pass Condition As Per EU Standard Auto Dried (Also called Mech. Dried.)
Purity 99.97% 99.95% Min
Dark Color Seeds 0.03% MAX 0.05% Max
Moisture 5% Max 5% Max
FFA 2% Max 2% Max

Sesame Seed (Natural)

Origins and cultivation

Sesame is a crop of African origin, now also common in tropical and sub-tropical Asia extending to the Mediterranean area. There is an archeological evidence dating c. 2000 BC of use of sesame seeds in the Indus Valley.


Also called 'sim-sim' in East Africa, 'benniseed' in West Africa and 'til' in India, sesame is a small, oval oil seed with a nutty flavor and a slight crunch containing 45-55 per cent oil. Sesame seeds come in a variety of colors, from creamy-white to black. The largest producing countries in order of importance are India, China, Myanmar and the African countries like Sudan and Nigeria. It is an annual, propagated by seed and takes 3-5 months to mature. In harvesting, farmers cut the whole plants stack them in upright position. As they dry, the seed capsules split open and the farmers then turn the plants upside down and shake them to release and collect the seeds on a cloth.


Sesame seeds find use in human diet in various ways, the major use being extracted oil used in cooking, salad dressing and margarine making. In Asian countries, the seeds are used to make sweetmeats. In India, people mix sesame seeds with fennel seeds and salt and heat the mixture over mild flame to prepare an after meal mouth freshener. Many tropical families stew the seeds whole and add them to breads and bun tops.

Nutritional value

Sesame seeds are rich in minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium and copper and vitamins B1 and E. Its medicinal benefits include pytoestrogens having anti cancer and antioxidant properties. The sesame cake left after extraction of oil is an important protein-rich stock feed.

Our Natural Sesame Seeds Product Range

Natural white sesame seed

  • Natural whitish 99/1, purity 99.90%, Sortex cleaned
  • Natural whitish 99/1, purity 99.50%, machine cleaned
  • Natural whitish 99/1/1, purity 99%
  • Natural whitish 98/2/2
  • Crushing quality sesame seed (for oil extraction) natural and hulled

Natural black sesame seed

  • Black, Sortex cleaned, 99.95% purity
  • Black, machine cleaned, 99.50% purity
  • Black 99/1/1
  • Black 98/2/2

We guarantee the following specifications in Natural Sesame Seeds.

Specifications Varities / Grades
99/1 – 99.90 99/1/1 98/2/2
Sortex Cleaned
White Seeds 99.90% Min 99% Min 98% Min
Dark Color Seeds 0.10% Max 1% Max 2% Max
Purity 0.10% Max 1% Max 2% Max
FFA 2% Max 2% Max 2% Max
Moisture 6% Max 6% Max 6% Max
Oil Content 48% Min 48% Min 48% Min